Salisbury Radio Hits DAB Across the Area

Salisbury’s local radio station will be available on digital radio across south Wiltshire and west Hampshire from Monday. Salisbury Radio launches officially at 5 pm on Monday, as the Mayor of Salisbury cuts the ribbon on their broadcasting studios on Endless Street. The station which has been broadcasting online and via smart speakers since the demise of Spire FM will…

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Local DAB to Launch in Salisbury Today

Salisbury’s long-awaited local DAB service finally launches today at 5 pm, although you can already rescan your radio and find a list of stations. The service, which was first awarded the licence to operate over a year ago, will finally bring a host of new stations and improved DAB coverage across Salisbury and the surrounding area. Salisbury’s DAB coverage is…

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Waste and Recycling Collections to Return to Normal

Hills Municipal Collections and GMB Union have confirmed they have reached an agreement, which means the waste collection strike has now concluded with immediate effect, and kerbside recycling collections will resume as normal from Monday 21 March. The council’s contractor Hills Municipal Collections has confirmed those workers that were on strike will return to work on Friday 18 March. The returning…

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Salisbury Grab Away Win in Devon

Salisbury’s strange season continued on Tuesday evening with a 3-1 win against long-standing rivals Truro City. The White’s away form has been good this season, winning 6 of their 14 league fixtures away from the Ray Mac and added a 7th at Bolitho Park after a long trip down to Plymouth. It was Salisbury who started the stronger of the…

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Salisbury Suffer Back to Back Defeats

Salisbury slipped to their second loss in four days as they were put to the sword by Tiverton Town on Tuesday evening at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium. Tiverton began the game lower in the table than Steve Claridge’s side before kick-off but finished the game comfortable winners. The defeat comes on the back of a good performance against promotion hopefuls…

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Temporary Suspension of Recycling Collection Services

Due to the impact of ongoing industrial action, Wiltshire Council and Hills Municipal Waste have made the decision to temporarily suspend recycling services in the county for two weeks, in order to prioritise household residual waste collections. The current industrial action has impacted the county’s waste collection services. This has had a knock-on effect for other collections during the coming…

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Over £41,000 Raised for Salisbury Hospice Charity by Local Businesses

In January of 2021 Salisbury Hospice Charity launched its 40-4-40 club initiative, inviting local businesses to jointly raise £40,000 in support of Salisbury Hospice’s 40th-year celebrations. 33 big-hearted businesses signed up to the club and individually fundraised in a variety of different ways. This included challenge events such as physical and virtual walks, a plane pull and treks. Other businesses…

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