Salisbury City News
The latest updates and news related to the city of Salisbury and the council.
20 August 2014
On Sunday 7 September from 11am until 3.30pm, The Guildhall - Salisbury will host its second wedding fair of the year. The event showcases over thirty local suppliers who offer everything a bride or groom to be will need for their big day.
15 August 2014
To celebrate the national Playday on Wednesday 6 August, Salisbury City Council in partnership with local residents hosted its first Family Playday event at the Friary Community Centre and surrounding grounds and then on Thursday 7 August hosted the annual Playday at Wyndham Park.
On Playday thousands of children and their families get out to play at hundreds of community events across the UK.
13 August 2014
The skatepark in Churchill Gardens has re-opened ahead of schedule, with work now complete on the improvements to the park. The skatepark, which is owned by Salisbury City Council, has undergone major improvements this summer, with specialist skatepark company Maverick Industries constructing a variety of new features, including a new half-pipe, jump box and manual pad.
04 August 2014
We are in the process of deep cleaning our public conveniences in our parks and cemeteries. Please note the following closure times and locations:
Wednesday 6 August
AM - Victoria Park
PM - Lush House in Queen Elizabeth Gardens
Thursday 7 August
AM - Churchill Gardens (Southampton Road)
PM - Lower Bemerton
Friday 8 August
Fisherton Recreation Ground
London Road Cemetery
Devizes Road Cemetery
We apologise for any inconvenience.
04 August 2014
Work is now complete on the new boardwalk along the River Avon in Salisbury, as thousands of pieces of recycled plastic timber have been screwed and bolted together to create a path along the riverbank, offering fantastic views of the river, the reed bed and the floodplain meadows, as well as the opportunity to see a variety of different habitats and plenty of wildlife.