Increase in Trains from Salisbury

South Western Railway has announced changes to its timetable as Britain continues to emerge from the coronavirus lockdown. The train operator will re-introduce some services from Monday 7th September. Frequency on some routes will also be increased along with increasing capacity during peak travel times to help social distancing. On weekdays, additional trains will be introduced on the West of…

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Bus Services Looking More Normal

As the world starts to return back to normal, Salisbury Red’s are really looking forward to welcoming you back on board! Their timetables are changing from Sunday 30th August They are looking forward to welcoming you back on board to visit your favourite spaces and workplaces. Please remember to adhere to government advice when travelling. Don’t forget your face covering…

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Salisbury FC League Fixtures Announced

The long-awaited announcement of fixtures for the upcoming season has been made and gives the Whites a home game against Hendon on 19 September. The Bank Holiday games throw up the following clashes: Christmas/New Year games: 26 December: Wimborne Town (away) 2 January: Yate Town (home) Easter Games: 3 April: Swindon Supermarine (away) 5 April: Wimborne Town (home) The season ends…

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Secret Spitfire Girls

As part of this year’s Salisbury History festival, you are being invited to vote on five women, all connected with Salisbury, to find your favourite. Five essays will be published to assist you in making your decision. To find out more about this years Salisbury History Festival, please visit their website –  www.salisburyhistoryfestival.co.uk THE SALISBURY FIVE – VOTES FOR WOMEN.…

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Salisbury FC 3 – Andover Town 0

Salisbury FC 3 Andover Town FC 0 Pre-season friendly Tuesday, 25 August 2020 By Alec Hayter It was good to welcome back fans into the well-managed and safe environment of the Ray Mac, and in an evening where they could show their support in more than one important way they took every opportunity to do so, from an attendance of…

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Virtual Cycling a Huge Success for Salisbury Hospice

VIRTUAL My Prudential Ride Salisbury was a huge success raising over £7,000 for Salisbury Hospice. Over the past two weekends, Salisbury Hospice Charity supporters took to the roads as part of the first-ever virtual edition of the My Prudential Ride London and have raised over £7000 for Salisbury Hospice. Salisbury Hospice Charity, like many other charities, has been hugely impacted…

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Walk the Test Another Way

Join Salisbury Hospice Charity this year for the long-running event ‘Walk the Test Another Way’. They usually have many walkers taking part in this stunning walk raising much-needed income, but, due to the current Coronavirus situation, this year’s event is being put on with a twist, where you can walk it where you are! It’s a great opportunity for people…

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‘Litterbug’ Signs to be Installed

A new ‘litterbug’ sign is to be installed at litter hotspots in the city following a delightful letter to the Mayor of Salisbury, Cllr John Walsh from a 10 year old named Grace. In her letter, Grace reported on the increase of litter in the city’s rivers, bushes and paths and designed a fantastic ‘litterbug’ sign which she asked Salisbury…

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