The Secret Spitfires Memorial has been unveiled in Salisbury. The life-sized replica MK-9 Spitfire honours civilians that built the plane in World War Two. It’s been sited near a former factory on the site of the current rugby club. The event was marked by a flypast by a Spitfire and the ribbon was officially cut […]
Light of Hope by Peter Walker is now on for the duration of this lockdown
Today (Tuesday 29 April) Salisbury Cathedral are toasting their first chick which hatched at around 08.14 this morning. It’s no easy job hatching – the whole process takes around 72 hours from pip (when the shell is first broken) to hatch. Generally that happens around 32 days after incubation begins – and incubation begins when […]
The light and sound spectacular, Sarum Lights, is the opening event of Salisbury 2020, City on the move
Residents and local businesses are being asked for their views on two important projects in Salisbury.
“Can an unstable world be made safer?” Lord Robertson of Port Ellen is set to host an evening of speech and discussion at Salisbury Guildhall. The event has been organised by Arundells and is taking place on 20 November. Lord Robertson is speaking as a distinguished expert in the field of politics and international relations […]
Plans to mark the 800th anniversary of the founding of Salisbury Cathedral and the development of modern Salisbury have been announced.
The revised planning application for a hotel, gym and library in Salisbury’s Maltings has been unanimously approved
Have your say on the future of Salisbury city centre
Salisbury will welcome Britain’s best teams and riders once again