Street Food Sunday

Held in Market Place ( Salisbury ) on July 28th, 11am -4pm, there will be street food from around the world, food demonstrations and workshops, together with live music.

https://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk/s/street-food-event

Salisbury Artisan Market

Held on the first Sunday of each month, March –October from 10 am to 4 pm, there is a wide range of stalls and street food for all tastes.

http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk/a/artisan-markets

Firsdown Music Festival 2019

The annual Firsdown Music Festival takes place on 2nd & 3rd August. More details here: http://www.firsfest.co.uk/

Notice of consultation on the Salisbury Central Area Framework

Wiltshire Council is consulting on developing proposals for an exciting future for Salisbury, which they are calling the Salisbury Central Area Framework. This consultation will inform the development proposals for the city centre and are asking for your feedback on what you’d like the city centre to look like in the future.

When completed, the Salisbury Central Area Framework will set out a strategy that will be deliverable and will bring positive change to create a more vibrant city centre. As part of this, they want to ensure that the traditional aspects of heritage, green space and community are enhanced and encouraged. The Salisbury Central Area Framework will build upon previous consultations and bring together many different projects and initiatives under one single document. This will form an important part of the evidence base to inform the emerging Wiltshire Local Plan Review and Salisbury Neighbourhood Plan.

Consultation documents

 

Information about the Salisbury Central Area Framework will be published on Thursday 27th June 2019 via the Wiltshire Council website at:

www.wiltshire.gov.uk/salisbury-future

Paper copies of these documents will also be available during normal opening hours at:

  • Salisbury Library
  • Wilton Library
  • Downton Library
  • Amesbury Library
  • Durrington Library
  • Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Salisbury
  • Wiltshire Council offices in Salisbury (Bourne Hill)
  • Wiltshire Council offices in Trowbridge (County Hall)

How to comment

Comments are invited on the Salisbury Central Area Framework from 9:00am Thursday 27th June until 5:00pm Friday 9th August 2019. Comments can be made:

 

  • Visiting the venues above and filling out a paper survey to be sent by post to:

Major Projects, Wiltshire Council, The Council House, Bourne Hill, Salisbury, SP1 3UZ.

 

Public exhibition

A public exhibition will be held on Tuesday 2nd July 2019 from 9:30am – 6:45pm in the Salisbury Guildhall Square. Wiltshire Council officers and members of the consultant team will be available during this time to answer questions about the Salisbury Central Area Framework.

 

Next steps and further information

All comments received during the consultation period will be taken into consideration before a final version of the Salisbury Central Area Framework is produced.

Should you require further information on the consultation, please email: FutureSalisbury@wiltshire.gov.uk or telephone 01225 718430

 

Temporary Closure of: A30 London Road (Part), Firsdown and Winterslow (16/07/19 – 17/07/19)

Temporary Closure of A30 London Road (Part), Firsdown and Winterslow (Ref: TTRO 6072)
Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic:
A30 London Road (Part), Firsdown and Winterslow; from its junction with Thorneydown Road to its junction with Winterslow Road East.
To enable: Eurovia to carry out carriageway patching, reconstruction, surface dressing, road markings, and associated works.
Alternative route: Via A30 (unaffected length) – A338 – A303 – A343 – A30 (unaffected length) and vice versa.

Attachments

Total Attachments: 2

Download: Notice 3 Recommencement (65 KB) Download: Indicative Plan (2 MB)

Defibrillator Training

Defibrillator Training

 

The defibrillator that has been installed in the telephone kiosk in Firs Rd can be used by anyone without training, under the guidance of the 999 emergency operator. However, the Community Heartbeat Trust does run short information and training sessions in conjunction with the local ambulance service to inform the community and to create awareness of the issues surrounding treating a patient in the community. It is not a formal classroom course but designed to answer questions, give basic instruction, be interactive and create confidence.

 

The Parish Council would like to run such a training session but need to gauge the level of interest within Firsdown. The training session is likely to be an evening or weekend event. If you are interested in taking part, please use the “contact us” link on the website to register your interest and state whether you would prefer an evening or weekend session.

 

Community Policing

Local Policing

 

The attachment from the Alderbury Rural Beat provides an update on local policing issues. The crime summary shows that much of the reported crime in South Wiltshire is opportune, and simple measures such as not leaving valuables on show in parked cars, and keeping garden tools and machinery in locked sheds, will hopefully act as a deterrent.

 

Attachments

Total Attachments: 1

Download: Alderbury rural Parish report June19 (3) (190 KB)

Armed Forces Day National Event 2019

Salisbury has been chosen to host this event for 2019, with 3 days of events and activities taking place 28-30th June at Hudson’s field and the city centre.

http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk/a/armed-forces-day

http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/salisbury-afd