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A round-up of this weeks letters...

A round-up of this weeks letters...

Clean up city

10:57am Thursday 23 March 2017

Now you can see city in a new light

TAKE a visitor on a tour of Salisbury and the sights are well-known. The Cathedral. The Market Square. St Thomas’s and its Doom Painting. The Haunch and its hand. The Great Hall in the Boston Tea Party where Shakespeare wrote Hamlet or something.

9:59am Thursday 23 March 2017

Now the sites of Salisbury can be enjoyed anywhere in the world

Salisbury cathedral

TAKE a visitor on a tour of Salisbury and the sights are well-known. The Cathedral. The Market Square. St Thomas’s and its Doom Painting. The Haunch and its hand. The Great Hall in the Boston Tea Party where Shakespeare wrote Hamlet or something.

10:07am Thursday 23 March 2017

Livingstone says "don't let terrorists win" ahead of Salisbury visit

Livingstone says "don't let terrorists win" ahead of Salisbury visit

KEN Livingstone, the former Mayor of London, and close ally of the Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has been speaking out in the wake of the terrorist attack in the Capital City this week and on the eve of visiting Salisbury.

8:35pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Claridge swoops for attacking double in time for Hereford showdown

Team Solent's Jesse Waller-Lassen.

TWO 24 year olds have been added to Salisbury's squad ahead of their crucial promotion showdown with unstoppable leaders Hereford on Saturday (3pm).

2:09pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Politics, history and more at Speakers Festival

Tony Little.

A WHOLE host of prominent speakers are heading to the city to discuss topics from British and Russian politics to the history of the Spitfire and more.

2:00pm Thursday 23 March 2017

'Make right use of funding and make run even better'

Salisbury parkrun, Churchill Gardens

CHURCHILL Gardens is the venue for the hugely popular and still-growing Salisbury parkrun (not to be confused with current Parkour plans) and was launched in June 2015. It now attracts 500 or so participants and many volunteer supporters every week.

10:47am Thursday 23 March 2017

TICKET UPDATE: Two days left for fans to snap up ticket for hotly-anticipated clash

Steve Walker scored the opener in last year's FA Vase semi-final second leg at the Ray Mac.

11:23am Thursday 23 March 2017

'The proposed funding formula for schools is complex'

John Glen, Conservative MP for Salisbury

I CONTINUE to be concerned about the implications of the proposed new funding formula for schools. Although Wiltshire will see a welcome overall uplift (2.6 per cent), the specific distribution of the extra money stands to leave some of our best…

10:14am Thursday 23 March 2017

Motorbike well alight

Motorbike well alight

A MOTORBIKE was well alight in Highbury Avenue, Salisbury last night, 

10:00am Thursday 23 March 2017
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