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ON Thursday, I had the pleasure of admiring the prospect of our new market square on a beautiful sunny day, with its trees just coming into leaf; the ample provision of new seating; new lighting and many people sitting outside cafés enjoying the day.
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READERS may remember that over a year ago I raised the matter of Wiltshire Council’s new main contractor, Balfour Beatty Living Places’ (BBLP), performance on grass cutting, potholes, street cleaning, etc.
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LAST year, on May 15, I fell off a ladder and landed headfirst, which caused me to have a slight bleed in my head. Because of this I had a few fits in the ambulance on the way to Southampton General Hospital.
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THE welcome fall in inflation rates recently does not seem to have had an impact on Wiltshire Council, which has seen fit to increase court fees for squash and badminton at Five Rivers by, in some cases, 59 per cent.
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FOR 20 years as a professional Blue Badge tourist guide I have been talking about the delights of Salisbury, its exuberant history, its fine architecture and its vibrant modern lifestyle on city walks that start at the information centre in the Guildhall.
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I HAVE been meaning to write to the Journal for some time about the proposed building of a Sainsbury’s store in Southampton Road, and was delighted to read the letters sent in by Sylvia Barnard and Jenny Gee in last week’s edition.
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I write to thank all those who contributed to our recent collection outside Sainsbury’s supermarket on Saturday March 22 . We raised the wonderful sum of £130.60 which will all be sent to Dogs for the Disabled to train more dogs to help other disabled adults and children.
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IN mid-July Wiltshire Council signed over to Stanhope developers to create a retail-led design for the large area of land encompassing the coach park, central car park, the library and Maltings through to the City Hall.
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I WAS disappointed to see John Glen use his View from the Commons (Journal, February 27), to respond to the chorus of criticism from church leaders about government welfare reform without actually addressing any of the issues raised.