Tools stolen from trade vans

Salisbury Journal:

1:06pm Monday 22nd September 2014

TOOLS worth more than £13,000 were stolen from three trade vans in Quidhampton on September 13.

Councillor tells story of First World War soldier

Salisbury Journal:

12:43pm Monday 22nd September 2014

THE story of a Wilton soldier, who died 100 years ago this weekend while serving in the First World War, has been discovered by a Wiltshire councillor.

Sun shines upon Food & Drink Festival

Salisbury Journal:

11:52am Monday 22nd September 2014

THE sun shone upon the crowds that flocked to the Salisbury Food & Drink Festival yesterday at the market square.

People asked to get involed in upcyling project

Salisbury Journal:

10:00am Sunday 21st September 2014

YOUNG people are being asked to get involved with a new project to build a large scale public sculpture made out of skate, bike and scooter parts.

Salisbury apprentices recognised at awards ceremony

Salisbury Journal:

9:00am Sunday 21st September 2014

APPRENTICES and Employers from across the county will be celebrated at the annual Wiltshire College Apprenticeship Awards.

Wiltshire council signs up to reduce carbon emissions

Salisbury Journal: "The Government should be doing all it can to support innovative UK businesses in their efforts to access the growing global market for low-carbon goods and services," says The Energy and Climate Change Committee.

7:00am Sunday 21st September 2014

WILTSHIRE Council have signed up to a government initiative that will re-affirm the council’s commitment to tackling climate change.

Update: Winterslow man found after help from the public

Salisbury Journal:

5:38pm Friday 19th September 2014

A WINTERSLOW man that went missing yesterday afternoon has been found safe and well following a community effort to find him.

Local band reform for one more gig in memory of Jake Allen

Salisbury Journal:

9:38am Saturday 20th September 2014

A LOCAL band will reform for one night only on Saturday, October 11 in memory of a teenager from Salisbury who recently died from cystic fibrosis.

Military careers day to take place in Tidworth

Salisbury Journal:

12:16pm Saturday 20th September 2014

A MILITARY careers faire is taking place in Tidworth on Thursday, October 2 to help armed forces personnel who are looking for a new career.

New exhibition to open at the Arts Centre

Salisbury Journal:

10:45am Saturday 20th September 2014

A NEW exhibition will take place at the Salisbury Arts Centre from Thursday, October 2 until Sunday, November 9 which will feature 35 artists from across the country.

Suicide verdict for stepfather of Prince Harry's girlfriend

Salisbury Journal:

12:42pm Friday 19th September 2014

THE stepfather of Prince Harry's on-off girlfriend took an overdose after “extensively” researching suicide and euthanasia online, an inquest in Salisbury heard.

Heavy overnight rain causes transport problems

Salisbury Journal:

10:20am Friday 19th September 2014

WILTSHIRE Council worked hard overnight to deal with issues caused by heavy rain that affected transport across the county.

Wiltshire Police open new call centre

Salisbury Journal:

5:26pm Friday 19th September 2014

WILTSHIRE Police opened a new £1.8 million call centre on Thursday as part of a move to streamline the emergency call service provided by the force.

Clearance sale at pub

Salisbury Journal:

3:17pm Friday 19th September 2014

THE Greyhound Inn in Wilton is holding a clearance sale on Saturday ahead of an extensive renovation.

Celebrations as Salisbury Sixth College opens its doors for the first time

Salisbury Journal:

5:26pm Thursday 18th September 2014

STAFF and students celebrated the official opening of Salisbury Sixth Form College (S6C) today.

Traders make a stand over ‘unjust’ city tax

Salisbury Journal:

6:40am Thursday 18th September 2014

BUSINESSES in Salisbury who voted against the city’s Business Improvement District (BID) are challenging the payments of hundreds of pounds they have to make in contributions to the project.

Revealed – where grammar schools’ students come from

Salisbury Journal:

6:20am Thursday 18th September 2014

SALISBURY’S prestigious grammar schools have released figures revealing which primary schools their Year 7 intake came from, following a Freedom of Information Act request by the Journal.

Castledown radio are looking for recruits

Salisbury Journal:

10:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

ANYONE who has ever fancied working in radio can find out more at Castledown Radio’s recruitment open evening on Tuesday, September 30 from 7pm to 9pm.

Civic honour for market trader Sid Lewis

Salisbury Journal:

10:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

A MARKET trader who has earned the slogan “what a fair man” is celebrating 60 years in business.

Connecting Wiltshire website celebrates first birthday

Salisbury Journal:

8:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

WILTSHIRE Council’s travel information service Connecting Wiltshire is celebrating its first birthday.

Residents’ planning views ‘not being aired’

Salisbury Journal:

7:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

SALISBURY City Council’s planning committee members have only spoken at five of the last 19 southern area planning meetings, the Journal has discovered.

What BID has done so far for Salisbury

Salisbury Journal:

6:30am Thursday 18th September 2014

After recent outrage by some traders in Salisbury, due to what they see as the excessive cost of the BID, the Journal takes a look at the work they have done for the city. Since they launched in April they have:

Inspection raises serious concerns about Mental Health Partnership

Salisbury Journal: Care Quality Commission

6:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

MENTAL health patients are being put at risk in Wiltshire, says the chief inspector of hospitals.

Brave police dog starts retirement

Salisbury Journal:

11:13am Thursday 18th September 2014

HE has sniffed out criminals and followed up plenty of leads.

Chinese sky lanterns face council land ban

Salisbury Journal:

6:00pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE use of Chinese-style paper sky lanterns could be banned on all Hampshire County Council-owned land in the future.

Campaigners' fear over new homes plan

Salisbury Journal:

12:47pm Thursday 18th September 2014

WORRIED campaigners say they fear plans for 175 new homes won’t be looked at by the Secretary of State before being built, leading to flooding and traffic congestion.

Call for unused footwear

Salisbury Journal:

12:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

UNWANTED footwear is needed to help a Hampshire charity save lives.

Martin Music Festival hits the right notes

Salisbury Journal:

12:22pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TOE-TAPPING music lovers attended the Martin Music Festival on Saturday for 12 hours of back-to-back live performances.

Face paint fundraiser in aid of dog charity

Salisbury Journal:

12:17pm Thursday 18th September 2014

SPECSAVERS in Ringwood is getting into the carnival spirit and will be raising money for Happy Dogs Rescue on Saturday, September 20.

Green houses set to open their doors to the public

Salisbury Journal:

12:09pm Thursday 18th September 2014

GROUPS can attend an East Dorset Community Lunch at Potterne Park in Verwood on Tuesday, October 7 from 9.30am to 1.30pm.

Group to mark 75th anniversary of war

Salisbury Journal:

12:01pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE Friends of the New Forest Airfields are set to mark the 75th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War this month.

Cyclist’s church fundraiser

Salisbury Journal:

11:51am Thursday 18th September 2014

A FAMILIAR face in the forest has raised funds for an African church from pedal power and the generosity of her supporters.

Taking in the sights on twinning cycle ride

Salisbury Journal:

11:54am Thursday 18th September 2014

FORDINGBRIDGE Twinning Association member Peter Adams undertook the annual twinning cycle ride, organised by Michel Geslin, president of the Vimoutiers Twinning Committee.

Artist claims top award

Salisbury Journal:

12:03pm Thursday 18th September 2014

RINGWOOD artist Lindsey Cole has been awarded Wildlife Artist of the Year 2014 by the Society of all Artists for ‘Camera Shy’.

New headteacher arrives

Salisbury Journal:

11:54am Thursday 18th September 2014

INDEPENDENT school Moyles Court is welcoming a new headteacher.

Midwife’s farewell

Salisbury Journal:

11:48am Thursday 18th September 2014

A NURSE who has cared for thousands of babies in the 40 years she has been working in Dorset has retired.

Food education programme

Salisbury Journal: Profits at Morrisons supermarket dived by more than half after the supermarket chain's sales were savaged in the industry's ongoing price war.

11:27am Thursday 18th September 2014

MORRISONS is launching the Academy of Food in Verwood, a free education programme designed to help children understand where good food comes from.

Business crime strategy help

Salisbury Journal: L-R: Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council leader Cllr Clive Sanders, Chief Constable Andy Marsh and Chief Inspector Simon Dodds

11:20am Thursday 18th September 2014

BUSINESSES in Hampshire are being asked for their input for a new business crime strategy.

A31 roadworks to be extended

Salisbury Journal: Traffic backs up on the Wessex Way at Springbourne after a crash northbound on the Spur Road between the Cooper Dean and Blackwater junctions. Picture: Richard Crease.

11:19am Thursday 18th September 2014

OVERNIGHT work on a notorious stretch on the A31 around Ringwood has been extended into this week due to delays.

Teens’ skate ramp project

Salisbury Journal: Rodney Clarke will launch series of skateboarding masterclasses at Pioneer

12:02pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TEENAGE skaters and BMX cyclists in Ringwood are campaigning to replace “hazardous” skate ramps at their park.

Town gets ready for extravaganza

Salisbury Journal:

11:59am Thursday 18th September 2014

RINGWOOD is gearing up to host one of the biggest volunteer-run carnivals in the country on Saturday.

New defibrillator can be a lifesaver

Salisbury Journal:

11:58am Thursday 18th September 2014

THE first community-access defibrillator has been installed in Bransgore.

Consultation over sites for travellers

Salisbury Journal:

11:52am Thursday 18th September 2014

THREE Dorset councils were set to consult on proposed Gypsy and traveller sites on Monday, September 15.

Brass band seeks aid to cover costs

Salisbury Journal:

11:46am Thursday 18th September 2014

A SUCCESSFUL brass band is appealing for sponsors to help with the costs of attending several prestigious events.

Walk in aid of poorly animals

Salisbury Journal:

11:32am Thursday 18th September 2014

A POPULAR annual fundraiser for starving and poorly hounds takes place this weekend.

School looking back over four decades

Salisbury Journal:

11:25am Thursday 18th September 2014

FORDINGBRIDGE Junior School is marking 40 years since it moved into its current building.

Councils claim planning grant

Salisbury Journal: Cllr Ian Monks

11:23am Thursday 18th September 2014

CHRISTCHURCH and East Dorset councils have been awarded a £160,000 grant towards a joint planning system.

Vicar’s war tribute

Salisbury Journal:

11:14am Thursday 18th September 2014

A FORDINGBRIDGE vicar is paying tribute to each man from the town who died in the First World War, on the 100th anniversary of their deaths.

Band’s stirring concert

Salisbury Journal:

11:36am Thursday 18th September 2014

FORDINGBRIDGE-based Hyde Band, right, will be joined by guest soprano soloist Elizabeth Ferrie for an evening of traditional proms music, flag waving and audience participation.

Council chairman launches prize draw

Salisbury Journal:

11:17am Thursday 18th September 2014

A PRIZE draw to win a silk artwork has been launched by Robin Cook, chairman of East Dorset District Council, to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society and The Friends of Victoria Hospital, Wimborne.


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