Salisbury’s reputation for innovation and inspiration has been at the heart of the community for 800 years. The originality, spirit and invention continues to this day and is showcased through the news and stories we have to tell.
The Cathedral and Canterbury Press will be celebrating the launch of a new book by The Revd Nicholas Papadopulos, Dean of Salisbury, with an hour of conversation and questions, music by Wiltshire harpist and former chorister Katie Salomon, and a special book signing afterwards.
With the support of the Underpasses Working Group in collaboration with Salisbury City Council and Wiltshire County Council, a group of local young people from Splash Wiltshire, supported by local artist Fred Fieber have created a colourful mural in the Exeter Street underpass.
Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) and Henderson's Artisan Bakery are delighted to announce the lucky winner of their joint Indies Month competition!
One hundred named and numbered bears are hiding in Salisbury shop windows, and families have all of the school holidays to find them!
Join Salisbury BID in supporting Independent Businesses throughout July: Celebrate Salisbury’s Rich Retail Tapestry with Indies Week 2023
"A dream come true" for Horatio's Garden, as they're awarded 'Best in Show' at the 2023 Chelsea Flower Show.
Three new plaques have been installed at Salisbury War Memorial to remember those who died whilst serving in World War II.