• Matchday volunteers wanted

    SALISBURY City are appealing for volunteers to help behind the scenes at the Ray Mac on match days throughout the 2007/08 season. Help is required on turnstiles and with stand transfers and matchday programme sales. All volunteers must be over 18 years

  • Working party appeal

    ANY supporters able to assist the club in another spring-cleaning exercise at the Ray Mac are invited to join Micky Western's team of helpers next weekend. Micky is asking for any dedicated DIY-ers to give up a few hours of their time on Saturday,

  • Flooding forecasted for wet weekend

    SOUTH Wiltshire is bracing itself for a weekend of heavy rain as forecasters warn of two days of wet, wet, wet. The Salisbury area has so far escaped the flooding that is devastating the Midlands and North of the country, but low-lying areas of the district

  • OBE honour for broadcast chief

    A STANDLYNCH resident and co-founder of Salisbury's Spire FM Radio paid a visit to Buckingham Palace to collect an OBE for his services to the broadcasting industry. Robert Stiby was awarded the medal after a successful broadcasting career, which began

  • Solstice leads to bus row

    COUNTLESS bus passengers across Salisbury were stranded at bus stops last week after Wilts and Dorset struggled to cope with the crowds leaving Stonehenge after the summer solstice celebrations. The event attracted more than 20,000 people to Stonehenge

  • New role for Trust couple

    FOUNDERS of the Trussell Trust Paddy and Carol Henderson have moved into new roles after ten years of running the Salisbury based charity. The couple has seen the charity grow into a flourishing organisation which has helped many thousands of deprived

  • 'Deeply upset' widow has to fight for payout

    A GRIEVING widow who lost her husband in a fatal road collision in January says she has spent almost six months trying to claim bereavement allowance she is entitled to. Not only is Pauline Haywood trying to come to terms with the loss of her husband