Calling all street entertainers and buskers…

Thursday, 11 June 2020

As the shops begin to re-open around our city centre on 15 June the shopping streets in Salisbury will be a different place as social distancing measures are implemented meaning that we may have to queue to enter shops. In order to create some atmosphere and help you pass the time as you wait Salisbury City Council are asking for help to show how vibrant the City can be when the shops reopen.

3 Cheers for Volunteers!

Tuesday, 02 June 2020

Normally Wessex Community Action and Salisbury City Council supports Volunteers' Week which takes place 1 - 7 June every year. It’s time to take the opportunity to celebrate and say thank you for the contribution volunteers make in our communities across Wiltshire.

Salisbury Charter Market to open this Saturday

Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Salisbury City Council has made the decision to open the Charter Market, as a trial this Saturday (16 May 2020) in Salisbury Market Place for food and other essential items.  This will feel very different to the usual Market as stalls will be re-arranged to allow social distancing as public safety is paramount.

Salisbury City Council Science Packs: Bringing the classroom into your home

Monday, 11 May 2020

Salisbury City Council understands that during this time, it can be difficult to keep your children engaged with Science. We are pleased to announce that we have designed Science Packs which will contain all the equipment and instructions to enable your child to create five different practical experiments from the safety of your own home. Ideal for those aged 7-11, create your own hovercrafts, oboes, rockets and more with our simple, easy to follow instructions.

Salisbury Guildhall celebrates VE Day in style

Monday, 11 May 2020

Salisbury Guildhall was dramatically lit up this evening by a spectacular projection in celebration of  VE day 75 years ago. As Salisbury residents celebrated the occasion by holding stay at home celebrations and enjoying tunes and shout outs by Spire FM. However, one local generous resident wanted to help the town celebrate in grand style! Peachy Productions owner Philip French offered to illuminate the Guildhall as one very big Union Jack. Philip’s generous offer has helped Salisbury City Council really show its gratitude to all those brave men and women in WW2.