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Thursday 10 August 2023

More ways to donate to Salisbury Pantry

Salisbury Pantry is your local social supermarket. Run by the Salisbury City Council Communities Team for people in the city of Salisbury area who need access to low-cost food. With two part time Managers and a fantastic team of volunteers, this social supermarket was created as a sustainable way to take action on food poverty. This local good cause has had amazing support from local businesses including Tesco Extra, Waitrose, Nicholas and Harris and Tesco Express and from local groups and organisations like Radio Odstock, Harnham Harvest Table and The F3 growing project, which grows food for the pantry shop. Read Me

Wednesday 02 August 2023

City Council Launches Budget Consultation

The City Council is launching a consultation during August and September to hear your views before the budget is decided for next year. The Leaders of all political groups have come together to agree a consultation programme during the summer months to understand what the public is thinking. Read Me

Thursday 13 July 2023

TASTE Salisbury 2023: The Gastronomic Delight Returns for Its Third Year

Get ready to indulge in a feast for the senses as TASTE Salisbury, our historic city's premier food and drink festival, returns for its third year from 28th September to 1st October 2023. With a line-up of exciting events and renowned personalities, this year's festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Read Me

Tuesday 11 July 2023

We Love Where We Live! – Fun Days for all this summer

Join Salisbury City Council’s Communities Team and their community partners as they celebrate locations around the city with 4 collaborative ‘We Love’ Fun Days this summer. Read Me

Wednesday 05 July 2023

The popular Fayre on the Square is returning later this month

We are excited to announce that the popular summer pop up event Fayre on the Square will be returning to Salisbury Guildhall Square later this month. Read Me

At a meeting of its Full Council on Mon 26 Jun 2023, Cllr Annie Riddle, on behalf of the Leaders of the Council, gave an update on recent Council activity. This included the Council’s delight in seeing the beautiful Churchill Gardens used to such good effect as a backdrop for Wiltshire Creative’s stunning production of The Tempest. The City Council’s own events were also celebrated from the Coronation weekend to the recent Motor Show. She also spoke about the challenge of grass cutting following ideal spring grass growing conditions. Read Me

Salisbury City Council Councillors are putting civility and respect at the top of their agenda. Read Me

Friday 30 June 2023

City Council to broadcast its meetings

Starting next week, City Council meetings will be recorded. If you wish to watch the meeting, you will be able to join via a Microsoft Teams link which is shown on the council’s website. If you watch the meeting at a different time, the recording will be available on the Council’s YouTube channel. The first meeting to be recorded in this way will be the Environment and Climate (E&C) Committee at 6.30pm on Monday 3 July 2023. Read Me

Friday 30 June 2023

Salisbury City Council signs the PCC Safety at Night Charter

Salisbury City Council is delighted to have signed the Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) Safety at Night Charter. Read Me

Thursday 29 June 2023

City Council led LGBTQ+ youth groups find a new venue

During this Pride month, Salisbury City Council’s Communities Team are delighted to announce the re-launch for the LGBTQ+ youth groups at a new venue – The George and Dragon, Castle Street Salisbury – re-starting on Thursday 13th July 2023 4.30pm – 6.00pm (ages 11 – under 16) and 6.30pm – 8.00pm (ages 16+) Read Me