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Friday 23 February 2024

An exciting new addition to Salisbury’s Guildhall Square this Christmas

Salisbury City Council in partnership with Mynt Image Ltd, are excited for a brand-new Gift Fayre located in Salisbury’s Guildhall Square this year. Read Me

Tuesday 13 February 2024

Tender Opportunity – Cleaning Services

Salisbury City Council is seeking to appoint a contractor to carry out cleaning services within its facilities. Read Me

Friday 09 February 2024

Youth Bursaries Grants Scheme from Salisbury City Council opens for 2024

A small grant to help organisations widen access to their fantastic provision for young people. Read Me

Tuesday 06 February 2024

A new Chief Executive Officer for Salisbury City Council

Salisbury City Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Asa Thorpe as its new Chief Executive Officer. Read Me

Friday 02 February 2024

LGBTQ+ youth group finds a new venue

Salisbury’s LGBTQ+ youth group, led by a member of the LGBTQi+ community and supported by Salisbury City Council staff and other professionals, is MOVING to a new safe space. Read Me

Wednesday 24 January 2024

Local writers help Salisbury to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2024

On Saturday 27 January, from 10am at Salisbury Guildhall, representatives from across the Salisbury Community including Councillors, faith leaders, students, local historians and interested members of the public will join people from families with lived history of the Holocaust to remember genocides from across the globe. Read Me

Tuesday 09 January 2024

Full Council meeting – Monday 22 January 2024

Residents of Salisbury are invited to attend the first Full Council meeting of the year on Monday 22 January 2024. Read Me

Thursday 04 January 2024

Tender Opportunity – Aboricultural Services Contract

Salisbury City Council are responsible for over 12,000 trees across the parish. They are now inviting companies to tender for the opportunity to carry out Aboricultural services on their behalf. Read Me

Tuesday 02 January 2024

Holocaust Memorial Day Event at the Guildhall focused on the Fragility of Freedom

Last year, Salisbury City Council led its first Holocaust Memorial event, opening a Book of Remembrance, which will now be open each year on the 27th of January. In 2023 the event was a fitting reminder of the horrors of the past that we might learn from them and was embraced by the people of Salisbury. In 2024 the Council are once again reaching out to the community to make Salisbury’s Holocaust Memorial Day a response from the city itself to this year’s theme – “The Fragility of Freedom”. Read Me

Tuesday 19 December 2023

Christmas Opening Times

Some of the opening times of our services may be different over the Christmas period. Read Me