Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall will be paying a special visit to pupils at Marlborough St Mary’s C.E. School this month when she officially opens the school. HRH will visit the school on Tuesday 30 January and will meet the Headteacher Anne Schwodler and Governors Mark Thomas (Chair) and Amanda Carver before enjoying […]
Celebrities and renowned artists are amongst those participating in the Secret Postcard Sale at Messums, Wiltshire. Royal favourite landscape and racehorse painter Charles Church, portrait painter Jemma Phipps and local artist Tom Hoar will be creating artworks for the sale, which will be held at Messums Wiltshire on February 17, 2018. Celebrities including Hollywood director […]
Photos of Slade at Salisbury City Hall, 14 December 2017
Soul II Soul at Salisbury City Hall with support from Feelgood Experiment
Wiltshire clubs and voluntary organisations can sign up to enjoy military sporting facilities across the south of the county as part of a special initiative between Wiltshire Council and the Ministry of Defence (MOD). Clubs and organisations can arrange to use the impressive range of facilities at Bulford, Tidworth, Perham Down and Larkhill. The sharing […]
What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than by signing up for the Julia’s House Santa fun run in Devizes on Sunday, 10th December. The sponsored run in aid the of the children’s hospice charity sets off from Hillworth Park at 10am with a choice of three routes – 1.5km, 3km or 5km […]
Lulu at Salisbury City Hall, supported by Chloe Reynolds and Darren Hodson, 19th October 2017.
Longleat’s hugely successful Festival of Light will brighten up even the darkest of wintry days . It’s on from November 5 2017 to 7 January 2018. The Wiltshire estate was the first place in the UK to hold such an event back in 2014 and remains the biggest; with thousands of giant Chinese lanterns transforming […]
WW1 experience day at Salisbury Cathedral to mark 100 years since The Battle of Passchendaele. The battle took place on the Western Front in Ypres between July and November 1917.