Salisbury City News
The latest updates and news related to the city of Salisbury and the council.
26 March 2014
Salisbury City Council is delighted to announce that the City will celebrate St. George’s Day on Sunday 27 April from 11am – 3pm in the Market Place, Guildhall Square and Guildhall – plus additional activities in The Maltings and Old George Mall.
21 March 2014
Salisbury’s first Teenage Market takes place on Sunday 30 March 11am – 3pm in the Market Place. Young people under the age of 30 from across Salisbury and the surrounding area will come together to trade their creative goods. From hand-made leather jackets, lampshades and jewellery to clothes, knitted crafts and baked foods. The market will provide an eclectic retail mix for all tastes, ages and budgets.
Teenage Markets have proven popular in the North West and Salisbury’s young people have been inspired to get involved with this new venture.
21 March 2014
Salisbury Information Centre in Fish Row will celebrate English Tourism Week from the 29 March – 6 April 2014. English Tourism Week celebrates the quality and vibrancy of England’s visitor experiences, and the value the tourism industry brings to our nation, in a week-long celebration of events to kick start the tourism season.
19 March 2014
With spring finally here Salisbury City Council would like to invite residents to enter the Council’s annual City Gardens & Scarecrow competition.
City Council Parks Assistant, Polly Mason said, “This year we have revamped the competitions and this means that gardens can be awarded bronze, silver or gold awards in line with the Royal Horticultural Societies judging system. Salisbury’s gardens are all very different from each other and this new judging system means that gardeners are not competing against other larger or smaller gardens – just against themselves.”
14 March 2014
Salisbury City Council will reopen the doors to the Information Centre in Fish Row on Monday 24 March at 9am following an extensive 6 week revamp.
The Information Centre was taken over by the City Council in April 2012 and has since become the place for all Council enquiries as well as the focal point for residents and visitors who require information on local events and attractions; need to book theatre and rail tickets and much more.