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Victim Support needs new volunteers

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Every day across England and Wales, Victim Support volunteers generously give their time to help people move beyond crime.  We are currently recruiting new volunteers to our amazing local team, so please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you! For further information about our next Awareness event, please call: 01380 738878  or read more…

Cancer Research Annual Carol Concert

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The Salisbury branch of Cancer Research annual carol concert takes place on Sunday 17th December at 2 pm in St Thomas’s Church, featuring Amici Choir, Shrewton Steel Band, Coombe Bissett Primary School and more, free entry with retiring collection, enquiries 01722 415880 Ali Theobald.

A Ted Talk to back up our work on health and wellbeing in Salisbury

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For the last year or so now, the Salisbury Area Board and all who work in it, from residents, charities, schools, councillors, young people, old people, and so on, have been focusing on the priority of health and wellbeing.  We have grants available for projects aiming to improve our health and wellbeing, we have monthly sub group read more…

Oddfellows cheese and wine event – 25 November

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Come along for a taste of the Oddfellows, at a cheese and wine event on the 25th November, 6pm at Hale Hall, School Lane, Salisbury, SP1 3YA.  Tickets cost £5 by calling Angela Hamilton on 07999 836038 or email   For over 200 years the Oddfellows has helped its members forge friendships and offered read more…

Help shape Wiltshire’s plans to 2036 : Wiltshire Local Plan Review

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          Help shape Wiltshire’s plans to 2036 : Wiltshire Local Plan Review Wiltshire Council has a statutory duty to plan for the new homes, jobs and infrastructure needed to support Wiltshire’s communities while protecting the local environment and quality of life and to keep it’s plans up to date. The Council read more…

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