Salisbury City News
The latest updates and news related to the city of Salisbury and the council.
17 October 2014
Salisbury City Council and The Unit are excited to announce the return of the popular Teenage Market onto Salisbury’s Market Place on Sunday 26 October from 11am – 3pm. With stalls and performances by local young people, the Teenage Market is an exciting opportunity for all the community with the chance to purchase amazing one off pieces, sample delicious foods, take part in workshops and watch the latest up and coming new talent in the city.
Stall holders will be selling everything from home baked delicious treats, intricately designed T-shirts, hand crafted bags, lamp shades and exquisite jewellery to beautifully illustrated prints and lots more.
13 October 2014
Salisbury’s third annual Apple Day celebration will be held on Sunday 19th October from 10am – 12.30pm at the Community Orchard, Fisherton.
This free event will include family activities for all ages: from making new labels for the trees with local artist Charlotte Moreton to wildlife workshops with the Bees Knees Pop Up Bug School. Entertainment will be provided by the effervescent Mrs Apples as well.
10 October 2014
Salisbury’s annual Charter Fair will return to the City from Sunday 19 October until Wednesday 22 October.
The funfair this year will officially open on Sunday evening at 7pm as a celebration of 125 years of the Showmen’s Guild Western Section. It will then continue daily from 11am until late showcasing traditional and modern rides, stalls and attractions.
08 October 2014
There is still time to get involved in Salisbury’s illuminated carnival on Friday 24 October at 7.30pm.
02 October 2014
Salisbury gardeners were recognised on 17 September at Salisbury City Council’s annual awards ceremony for its Allotment, Gardens and Scarecrow competitions.
The Mayor of Salisbury, Councillor Mrs Jo Broom, was delighted to present certificates to winners of all the competitions starting with the Scarecrow competition which she herself judged. The winning scarecrow was entered by Robert and Matthew Short and was praised for its inventive design that even included bird feeders for legs!