Salisbury City News
The latest updates and news related to the city of Salisbury and the council.
18 July 2014
Salisbury City Council is seeking to engage a contractor to refurbish a council owned property in readiness for the rental market.
The Contractor will have the expertise to deliver electrical, plumbing, stud walls, decorating, kitchen & bathroom fitting, external decorating and other works to include fencing.
The property is a three bed roomed house situated at the bottom of the drive leading to Salisbury Crematorium.
If you require any further information or wish to express an interest please phone Cathy Titcombe on 01722 342 860 or email
15 July 2014
Eventive Funtime Ltd will be showcasing two star attraction rides in the Guildhall Square from Friday 18 July until Sunday 3 August.
The rides - a Reverse Bungee and Star Flyer – will open daily from 1pm until 10pm and will offer residents and visitors the chance to see Salisbury from a whole new perspective.
03 July 2014
Salisbury City Council’s fun-packed and lively summer activities return to Manor Fields Primary School in Salisbury running weekdays from 28 July until 1 August and 11 August – 22 August 2014.
These action packed days for children aged 5 – 11, offer a great mixture of activities including ultimate Frisbee, cricket, table tennis, football, badminton, tag rugby, dodge ball and athletics.
03 July 2014
After its initial success earlier this year, Salisbury’s Teenage Market returns on Sunday 13 July from 11am – 3pm in the Market Place. Offering over 40 unique stalls and a mixture of live entertainment, food and refreshments, the market is set to be even bigger and better than the last.
Young people under the age of 30 from across Salisbury and the surrounding area will come together to trade their creative goods. From beautifully hand crafted jewellery, cards and leather accessories to homemade dog treats, up-cycled furniture and baked foods, this market will provide a diverse retail mix for all tastes, ages and budgets.
19 June 2014
To celebrate the national Big Lunch on Sunday 1 June, Salisbury City Council in partnership with Wiltshire Council, Spurgeons and local residents hosted its first community lunch at the Friary Community Centre.
The Big Lunch is a very simple idea from the Eden Project. The aim is to get as many people as possible across the whole of the UK to have lunch with their neighbours in a simple act of community, friendship and fun.