Salisbury Charter Market won't go ahead tomorrow due to blustery weather conditions.

The twice-weekly event won't return to the Market Place on Saturday November 27 as strong winds and rain are forecast.

It has been cancelled as a precaution.

The news comes as Storm Arwen is set to hit Salisbury and the rest of the UK this weekend, bringing gales of up to 65mph.

A yellow weather warning is in place in Salisbury for most of tomorrow.

Read more: Met Office issues yellow weather warning for Salisbury

In other parts of the country, including areas north of Salisbury, snow is also expected.

A yellow weather warning for snow will be in place for Tidworth.

Read more: Tidworth may see some snow this weekend, Met Office predicts

As a result of bad weather, forecasters are warning of disruption to travel, possible power cuts and potential damage to trees and properties.

Rail services around Salisbury are set to impacted by planned engineering works this weekend - storm Arwen is likely to cause extra delays and cancellations.

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