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Clone town

I spend a lot of time in Salisbury, it’s a place I really like. It’s also convenient as I live very nearby. However, as I walk around the town I get the increasing sense that it is a place that is almost decaying. 397 more words

Job: PR & Communications Officer (maternity cover) Salisbury Playhouse

PR & Communications Officer (maternity cover)
Salisbury Playhouse

Fixed term (maternity cover) – 10 months

Salisbury Playhouse is looking for a PR & Communications Officer to join the busy Communications Team, working on campaigns for a range of home-produced, co-produced and touring work. 56 more words

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July meeting minutes

The minutes of the July meeting are available, with thanks to Karen.  Remember all recent minutes are posted on the About us tab.

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Obama to Report Widening of Initiative for Black and Latino Boys by MOTOKO RICH


Some of the nation’s largest school districts have joined the My Brother’s Keeper program.

Published: July 21, 2014 at 4:00AM

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Ted Gilkey

Another Satisfied Customer

A special shout out to Branden Thomas with his new Chevrolet Trailblazer. We hope you had a great experience here and your vehicle gives you many miles of satisfaction!

Dusty Feet

The Dusty Feet exhibition opens to the public in the Young Gallery at Salisbury Library today.

This delightful, quirky and interactive exhibition is about text in all its forms and signs. 268 more words


Inside Salisbury Cathedral

I was once asked to sum up Salisbury in as few words as possible. ‘Interesting rocks and a big pointy church!’ I replied.

Now, I often post about Stonehenge, the ‘interesting rocks’ … I work there as a volunteer one day a week … but the ‘big pointy church’, I’ve only seen from the outside, until recently. 222 more words