Sue Hunter

So proud

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 9:56pm Thursday 9th May 2013

We are so much more than a tourist attraction

Sue Hunter

Not On The Net

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Posted on 4:33pm Sunday 3rd February 2013

Fight to survive has never been so true, as it is for shop keepers at this point in time.

Sue Hunter

Good Job Gritters

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Posted on 5:46am Tuesday 22nd January 2013

Salisbury Gritting team kept me on the road.

Sue Hunter

A Brighter Future

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Posted on 12:00pm Sunday 9th December 2012

There is no doubt that it has had a positive effect on the market place

Sue Hunter

Something nice to say

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 3:37pm Saturday 10th November 2012

Excellent service from the hospital

Sue Hunter

Free Christmas Parking?

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 6:31pm Thursday 18th October 2012

To call it free is not really correct either as you have to pay for an hour to get an hour free, the bonus being you can use it as much as you want in that week, wow!!

Sue Hunter

Can I afford the parking for the Christmas Market?

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 6:38am Friday 5th October 2012

I will go to the market but only for two hours.

Sue Hunter

Good customer relations from Brokers Wood and The Kicking Donkey.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 3:32pm Sunday 23rd September 2012

Pubs have to now think more of being family eateries as they are in Europe, where they welcome children with open arms.

Sue Hunter

Autumn has arrived and the foraging begins.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 8:44pm Wednesday 12th September 2012

Along with the leaves turning to spectacular shades of reds and oranges, the hedgerows are filling with natures free goodies for us all.

Sue Hunter

Food Festival here I come.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 8:23pm Wednesday 5th September 2012

Festival market has 72 stalls this year, so lots of choice.

Sue Hunter

We need to be creative.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 1:19pm Monday 27th August 2012

Internet shopping is here to stay, so our High Streets have to become more creative to survive.

Sue Hunter

Travelzoo worked for me.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 7:36pm Monday 20th August 2012

I have spent more on an evening out than this weekend cost me.

Sue Hunter

Salisbury hosts the Italian Market

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:54am Monday 13th August 2012

The vibrant flags of Italy were flying in Salisbury and we enjoyed their Italian fare.

Sue Hunter

A wake up call! Real care.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 2:45pm Saturday 4th August 2012

I have only known professional care, now I know real care.

Sue Hunter

Italian Market coming to Salisbury

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 11:36am Sunday 29th July 2012

Positive annoucements this week, Italian Market to visit salisbury and also H&M moving in, got to be winners.

Sue Hunter

Social Networking, another era

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 10:49am Sunday 22nd July 2012

Lost without my iphone.

Sue Hunter

Raising Independent Children

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 8:24pm Wednesday 11th July 2012

Parents have become a 24/7 cash machine.

Sue Hunter

Support Salisbury's Small Businesses

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 1:29pm Sunday 1st July 2012

We need the council to start supporting the traders.

Sue Hunter

Good for the soul and the pocket.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 6:09pm Wednesday 27th June 2012

Save money, grow your own fruit and veg, rent an allotment.

Sue Hunter

Saraum Academy, Mud Sticks!

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 12:08pm Sunday 24th June 2012

Let Sarum Academy rise like a pheonix but with a clean slate.

Sue Hunter

Surviing recession.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 12:35pm Sunday 21st February 2010

Are we heading backwards, are our values falling, we need people who can really make decisions. Have we to many managers and not enough workers, how do we turn things around?

Sue Hunter

Leave Christmas alone.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 8:57pm Tuesday 3rd November 2009

Somethings must still be sacred, so don't mess with Christmas.

Sue Hunter

Double standards

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:47pm Tuesday 8th September 2009

Now surely that is discrimination and ageism the two things that the government say they fight against

Sue Hunter

18 till I die

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 9:33pm Tuesday 4th August 2009

I don’t much care what people think as long as I hurt no one with my fashion sense, which sometimes could damage the eyes,

Sue Hunter

Phone Tax and Child Labour, we need help.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 12:37pm Thursday 18th June 2009

Was it not Tony Blair about 4 years ago who stated he wanted every child to have Internet access, yes let them have it, so the government purse can rattle again.

Sue Hunter

A lot to think about.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 8:42pm Monday 8th June 2009

Afghanistan or the like, not for the glory of his country, but for the ability to have a driving licence.

Sue Hunter

Haven No! Money pit yes.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:47pm Sunday 17th May 2009

Haven is not what it should be, they are money eating sites.

Sue Hunter

Misunderstandings

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:45pm Saturday 25th April 2009

Misunderstandings within the NHS.

Sue Hunter

The Good,the Bad and the Ugly.

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:12pm Friday 10th April 2009

The perfect reason to meet up for coffee and a gossip.

Sue Hunter

Values & Budgets

Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:04pm Saturday 4th April 2009

It would be great to bring back the good old Sunday lunch tradition, families all got together, ate together, talked together and no TV. I can hear the shrieks of horror now from kids who have withdrawal symptoms if the tele goes off.

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