Salisbury City News
The latest updates and news related to the city of Salisbury and the council.
09 December 2013
A By-election is due to take place on Thursday 9 January 2014 to fill the current vacancy for a ward councillor in the St Martin’s and Cathedral area of Salisbury. For more information please follow the link.
09 December 2013
The City of Salisbury has been awarded the prestigious Purple Flag status for the second year running.
The Purple Flag is similar to the Blue Flag for beaches, and is awarded to towns and city centres in recognition of somewhere people can go to have a great and safe night out. It is backed by the government, police and businesses.
Salisbury has once again proven it is welcoming to everyone, offers safe ways for visitors to travel home and provides a good mix of venues.
04 December 2013
Salisbury City Council has agreed to subsidise Sunday Parking in the City during the festive season and is delighted to announce that all Wiltshire Council managed car parks in the City Centre will be FREE to use on Sundays during December and up to 5 January 2014.
FREE Sunday parking is available at the following car parks in the City: Central Car Park, Salt Lane, Lush House, Brown Street, Southampton Road, Culver Street and College Street.
Salisbury City Council are also delighted to confirm that the Park & Ride sites around the City will also be free to use on Saturday 7, 14 and 21 December.
03 December 2013
Children from the Bemerton St. John Primary School joined Salisbury City Council’s Parks team to plant a brand new Community Orchard in Lower Bemerton last week.
The orchard is the third planted by Salisbury City Council, and is part of a new Wiltshire Wildlife Trust initiative to plant more orchards in Wiltshire.
27 November 2013
Local residents are invited to line the streets and welcome back 4 Rifles on Monday 9 December 2013.
The Battalion, who are based in Bulford, have safely returned this month from Afghanistan and the regiment have had no fatalities or loss of limbs during this current deployment.
The Commanding Officer Colonel Tom Bewick said, “The Rifles have always received a magnificent response from the City of Salisbury and we are all looking forward to the homecoming parade.”