Father’s Day Ford treat

Father’s Day Ford treat

Famous hot rod Coffee Grinder is at Beaulieu’s Hot Rod & Custom Drive-In Day on  Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16. The super-smooth 1930 Ford Model A roadster, customised in America in the late 1950s, imported to England by celebrated pop-artist Gerald Laing, was...
Petitioners fight for city’s alternative family venue

Petitioners fight for city’s alternative family venue

I’m writing to support Louella Adamson, who created @home, an amazing community space, a social place that brings everyone together to exchange skills, with people from all backgrounds who wish to learn and experience something new and different. At the festival...
Fame for Framer

Fame for Framer

Salisbury picture framer Jules Wright of Fisherton Framing has won an award at the Fine Art Trade Guild’s annual Art and Framing Industry Awards 2019 in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The studio in Fisherton Mill entered the Computer Mount Cutter category.  Each entrant had the...
Sunday dinner on the street

Sunday dinner on the street

Street Food Sunday promises an alternative to roast Sunday dinner. Aromas will float around Salisbury Market Place on Sunday, July 28, from 11am until 4pm, when street food specialists display their menus. Food demonstrations are free as well as exciting workshops...
Rural eye in the sky drones on

Rural eye in the sky drones on

Wiltshire Police’s Rural Crime team launched its new drone today. The Mavic 2 drone will be used to tackle rural crime around the county’s farms and villages, funded by the National Farmers Union and Historic England. As 80% of Wiltshire’s land is farmed and away from...
City council supports Maltings plan

City council supports Maltings plan

Architects have listened to public concerns expressed in the consultation period and have improved the design of the building, including increasing the size of the Library. Residents can look forward to a modern, fit-for-purpose library for all ages in Salisbury,...
Rings on Cathedral Tower tots

Rings on Cathedral Tower tots

Four peregrine chicks were ringed just after 10am , June 10, at the base of the Cathedral’s Spire. The chicks, about  25 days old, were weighed, measured and ringed by Ed Drewitt from the British Trust for Ornithology, assisted by Phil Sheldrake, RSPB Conservation...
Music in the Park returns

Music in the Park returns

Acts to suit a variety of ages and tastes over four Sunday afternoons in July and August and hosted by Salisbury City Council, make up the Music in the Park this summer in Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury. The concerts are FREE to attend and run from 2pm until 4pm....
Mum demands justice for daughter’s death

Mum demands justice for daughter’s death

A distraught mother has demanded ‘justice’ after her ‘only daughter’ was found dead in the early hours in a top psychiatric hospital. Agnes Rozario said the big question was why she died. Voluntary patient Anna Rozario, 24, was confirmed dead just before 6am by...

Watch: Play to learn is the motto

By Viktor Berg The Garden Montessori is the only nursery using the Montessori method of education in North Dorset. The method uses the key words: “follow the child.” With a range of self-educating and self-correcting activities, the children have access to practical...
Laverstock Ladies hold open training

Laverstock Ladies hold open training

Looking to join a football team? Now is the perfect time to do so as Laverstock and Ford Ladies FC will hold an open training session on Tuesday, June 25. In the upcoming season, the team will play in the South West Women’s League. See information below. The...
Opinion: Put the options to the democratic test

Opinion: Put the options to the democratic test

In the South West, the biggest story of the Euro-election results was the unexpected surge of the pro-remain vote. 49% of the votes were cast for a party unequivocally supporting a People’s Vote on Brexit and only 41% were for leaving the EU. Cross-party groups like...

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