Polo day in Tidworth

Salisbury Journal: Polo day in Tidworth

4:40pm Saturday 19th April 2014

A FOURTH showcase polo day has been announced by the organisers of The Best of British Polo, and some of the hottest young polo talent in the country will be back in action on Sunday, June 1 at Tidworth Polo Club.

Bluebells flower in time for Easter

12:20pm Saturday 19th April 2014

BLUEBELLS are flowering much earlier than in last year's cold spring, the Woodland Trust said today.

Pet rabbits found in Amesbury

10:41am Saturday 19th April 2014

TWO pet rabbits have been found by police in Amesbury and are being cared for by police.

Peregrines nest at cathedral for first time in 50 years

Salisbury Journal: Clerk of works Gary Price with the nesting box

10:36am Saturday 19th April 2014

PEREGRINES are nesting at Salisbury Cathedral for the first time in more than 50 years.

Murder investigation launched after death of woman in Durrington

Salisbury Journal: Man arrested after death of woman in Durrington

5:34pm Friday 18th April 2014

A MAN has been arrested following the death of a woman in Durrington.

New poker league

Salisbury Journal: New poker league

11:48am Friday 18th April 2014

POKER fans in Salisbury are to have their own league, run on a not-for-profit basis.

Fine send off for Ken

Salisbury Journal: Ken Edwards

11:45am Friday 18th April 2014

WHEN Ken Edwards leaves his job with outfitters Chas H Baker this summer, he’ll be going out in style.

Celebrating Easter at Odstock Day Nursery

Salisbury Journal: Celebrating Easter at Odstock Day Nursery

7:40am Friday 18th April 2014

THE newly formed Odstock Day Nursery celebrated Easter with an egg challenge undertaken by children and staff in their Easter bonnets.

Family cookery course

Salisbury Journal: Family cookery course

5:03pm Thursday 17th April 2014

FAMILIES in Salisbury can learn how to cook tastier and cheaper meals thanks to free workshops organised by housing and care provider Radian.

Rising costs force disabled swimming club to cut sessions

4:18pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A SWIMMING group for people with disabilities and learning difficulties has to cut its sessions by half due to rising costs.

Man cycling to raise cash for docs who saved his life

Salisbury Journal: Chris West, who owes his life to the BASICS doctors service, is going on a fundraising bike ride

4:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A MAN whose life was saved by emergency doctors is fundraising for the charity that rescued him.

Man arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure

3:09pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A MAN aged 27 has been arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure following an incident in Salisbury on Friday, April 4.

Easter pharmacy opening hours

11:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

PEOPLE who feel under the weather over the bank holiday weekend are being advised to consult a pharmacist when their doctor’s practice is closed.

UKLF site gets go-ahead

10:31am Thursday 17th April 2014

A PLAN to transform the old UKLF headquarters in Wilton has been approved by Wiltshire Council’s strategic planning committee.

Sheep do their bit for flood repair in Porton

Salisbury Journal: Sheep do their bit for flood repair in Porton

9:10am Thursday 17th April 2014

A FLOCK of sheep are doing their bit for the village of Porton in the wake of recent floods.

Plan for 500 more homes

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

MORE than 500 new homes will have to be built in south Wiltshire in addition to thousands already agreed.

Lost war badge is returned

Salisbury Journal: Jonathan Brooks and Sarah Buggle

5:30pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

A LONG lost war badge belonging to a First World War soldier has been discovered near Salisbury and returned to his relatives.

Don't 'rescue' ducklings says animal charity

Salisbury Journal: Don't 'rescue' ducklings says animal charity

4:01pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

A WILDLIFE rescue centre in Salisbury is urging members of the public not to attempt to rescue ducklings which appear to be stranded away from their mothers.

Downton mosaic installed at Wessex Gallery

Salisbury Journal: Downton mosaic installed at Wessex Gallery

1:20pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

A RARE Roman mosaic is being installed at the new Wessex Gallery of Archaeology at Salisbury Museum.

Wargaming event in Salisbury

1:20pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

ORGANISERS of a wargaming event hope it will open up the hobby to more people in Salisbury.

Transition movement may head to city

12:59pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

A CAMPAIGN is under way to turn Salisbury into a Transition City.

Taking on the London Marathon

Salisbury Journal: Sally Orange with Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai

12:54pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Annie Riddle catches up with some of south Wiltshire London Marathon runners.

Number of people in food poverty soars

12:40pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

MORE than 5,000 people in Salisbury have been given three days’ worth of emergency food supplies from the Trussell Trust’s foodbank over the last year.

Scout event to mark St George's Day

11:20am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A THOUSAND members of the Scouting movement will descend on Salisbury Arts Centre grounds on Sunday April 27 to celebrate England’s patron saint, St George.

Gypsy given permission to stay on land

10:02am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A GYPSY has been allowed to keep his home in East Grimstead after an inspector overturned Wiltshire Council’s decision to refuse him planning permission to stay.

Police appeal after shed break-ins

9:30am Wednesday 16th April 2014

POLICE are appealing for information following two break-ins in Salisbury.

Woman hit by bus in Castle Street

9:05am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A WOMAN has been hit by a bus in Castle Street, Salisbury, this morning.

Sign up for Wiltshire Challenge

8:30am Wednesday 16th April 2014

PEOPLE are being encouraged to take part in this year’s Wiltshire Challenge.

Parking fears over new homes plan

8:56am Wednesday 16th April 2014

PLANS to turn an office building in Salisbury city centre into 78 flats have been met with objections from residents.

Book launch is 40 years in the making

Salisbury Journal: Book launch is 40 years in the making

7:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

AN author who started his novel in 1973 has finally finished it more than 40 years later.

Swimathon raises more than £10,000

Salisbury Journal: Swimathon raises more than £10,000

9:11am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A SWIMATHON hosted by the Rotary Club of Salisbury on Saturday is expected to have raised more than £10,000 for local causes.

Football programme at Sarum Academy

Salisbury Journal: Football programmed at Sarum Academy

5:44pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

TALENTED footballers can take part in a new community outreach programme from September.

Author Wilcox to sign copies of latest book

Salisbury Journal: Author Wilcox to sign copies of latest book

5:20pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

HISTORICAL fiction author John Wilcox will be signing copies of his latest book on Saturday.

New Sainsbury's plan is submitted

5:15pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

DEVELOPERS have submitted a new planning application for a Sainsbury’s store off Southampton Road.

Beavers get arty at cathedral

Salisbury Journal: Beavers get arty at cathedral

4:29pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

BEAVERS got creative as they used their artistic skills to sum up what Salisbury Cathedral means to them.

Eye clinic expands

Salisbury Journal: eye clinic expands

4:06pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE eye clinic at Salisbury District Hospital has doubled in size. New clinic rooms have been added, with equipment networked to the main clinics.

Palm Sunday procession

Salisbury Journal: Palm Sunday procession

3:50pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

A DONKEY joined a procession through Salisbury at the weekend to mark Palm Sunday.

Woman spared jail term for brandishing knife

2:00pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

A DRUG addict who went to the home of a man she believed had burgled her house armed with two knives and an air rifle has been spared a jail term.

Theatre conference at Playhouse

Salisbury Journal: Theare conference at Playhouse

2:48pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

THEATRE professionals from across the south west attended a conference at Salisbury Playhouse on Saturday.

Amnesty hold event in city centre

Salisbury Journal: Amnesty hold event in city centre

1:29pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE Salisbury group of Amnesty International held an event to mark the birthday of the late leader of North Korea, Kim il-Sung in the city this morning.

Nature Day at Langford Lakes

Salisbury Journal: Nature Day at Langford Lakes

1:24pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

EASTER eggs, fluffy chicks and brilliant provided a fun as well as educational time for children and adults alike at Langford Lakes Nature Reserve at the weekend.

Five Rivers sports hall to close for campus work

1:03pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE sports hall at Five Rivers Leisure Centre is to be closed for three months over the summer while work gets under way on developing Salisbury’s new community campus.

Man jailed for sex with girl, 13

Salisbury Journal: Hanifi Sahin

12:41pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

A TURKISH man living illegally in Amesbury has been sent to prison for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.

A garden for Mia

Salisbury Journal: A garden for Mia

11:50am Tuesday 15th April 2014

A COUPLE have created a special garden at the hospital unit that formed a “protective bubble” around them as they coped with the stillbirth of their daughter.

Woman assaulted in Bishopdown

10:37am Tuesday 15th April 2014

POLICE are appealing for information after a woman reported being assaulted.

Learn to play day at Musicroom

Salisbury Journal: Learn to play dat at Musicroom

9:40am Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE sounds of flutes, recorders saxophones and all manner of other instruments filled the air at a Salisbury shop at the weekend as people of all ages tried out their musical skills.

MP answers questions at Milford House

Salisbury Journal: MP answers questions at Milford House

8:20am Tuesday 15th April 2014

RESIDENTS at Milford House care home in Salisbury had the chance to put their MP on the spot on Friday.

New shelter opened at schools' site

Salisbury Journal: New shelter opened at schools' site

7:00am Tuesday 15th April 2014

CHILDREN, staff and parents at three Salisbury schools ended the spring term in style with the opening of the second phase of an innovative community project.

Help for parents of children with special needs

6:11pm Monday 14th April 2014

FREE help is available for parents of children with special educational needs in south Wiltshire.

Streetz rally Race for Life support

Salisbury Journal: Streetz rally Race for Life support

5:58pm Monday 14th April 2014

CHEERLEADERS were rallying support for this year’s Cancer Research UK Race for life at the weekend.








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