Salisbury will welcome Britain’s best teams and riders once again
The Antiques Roadshow team will be in the grounds of Salisbury Cathedral on Tuesday 14 May, 2019.
Salisbury has been declared free from the nerve agent Novichok
The time has finally come to remove Salisbury Cathedral’s Father Willis organ for restoration.
Shoppers and visitors can enjoy the unique shops and attractions that Salisbury and Amesbury have to offer throughout early 2019, as free parking after 3pm and free park and ride have been extended until Easter 2019.
Gravity Jet Suit demonstration against the stunning backdrop of Salisbury’s 13th century Cathedral.
On 13 November a permanent war memorial marking the centenary of the end of World War 1 was unveiled at HMP Erlestoke. The memorial, which was designed by prisoners and carved by Salisbury Cathedral’s stonemasons, sits on a lawn within the visitors’ area of the prison. The four-foot high memorial, a four-sided pyramid-shape, was dedicated […]
Two more community meetings have been arranged in Salisbury and Amesbury to provide an update on the ongoing incident. Representatives from local and national agencies will be in attendance to provide people with the latest information on the incident and answer any questions they may have. The meetings will take place on: Tuesday 24 July […]
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Salisbury on Friday 22 June to support the recovery programme underway in the city following the nerve agent attack earlier in the year. Their Royal Highnesses will meet local businesses and people in the city centre before joining a reception in the Guildhall to […]
Following the nerve agent attack almost two months ago, the city of Salisbury has been shortlisted as a potential host of the Armed Forces Day National Event 2019. A bid was submitted by Wiltshire Council and Salisbury City Council as a fitting event to thank the military personnel and emergency services that have supported the […]