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The amazing story of Francis Makemie, a Ramelton man, and the founder of American dissent
The bishops' victory resulted in the Scots-Irish exodus to America at the beginning of the 18th century.
All the fun of the fete in Alderbury
THERE was plenty of family fun at Alderbury and West Grimstead Primary School on Saturday as the school held its annual summer fete.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
BHF needs donations
THE British Heart Foundation is appealing to the Salisbury community to help make its new furniture and electrical store a success.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Search is under way for city's best dressed cyclist
A SEARCH is underway to find Salisbury's best dressed cyclist as part of an initiative to boost cycling in the city.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
United Kingdom: Director of Studies
COURSES FOR CHARITY WORK? "I specifically want to teach English as part of charity work overseas.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Men jailed for 800,000 fraud
THREE men have been jailed for defrauding 43 companies of more than A 800,000, including a Salisbury auction house.
Silver Star bus workers reunited
A REUNION for former staff of the Silver Star bus service in Salisbury was held on Saturday to mark 50 years since the closure of the company.
Fri May 31, 2013
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival gets underway
WORLD, European and UK premieres and more than 100 other spectacular shows which could be attended by up to a million arts lovers: The 42nd annual Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival boasts a stunning array of events.
Thu May 30, 2013
Numbers of destitute Britons soar, food banks struggle
A UK food bank network says the number of hungry Britons repeatedly coming in for meals has more than doubled over the past year, a situation it blames on a weakened economy and cuts to welfare.
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Food bank network sees surge in hungry Britons
A U.K. food bank network says the number of hungry Britons repeatedly coming in for meals has more than doubled over the past year, a surge it blames on a bad economy and welfare reforms.
Sun May 26, 2013
This is Dorset
Dorset archaeologists building houses at Stonehenge
A team of Dorset archaeologists have been brought in to help with the A 27million project to transform the visitor experience at Stonehenge.
Sat May 25, 2013
Councillors inspecting pavements
A GROUP of city councillors are out pounding the streets today try to identify the worst paving in Salisbury in order to prioritise what needs to be fixed.
Thu May 23, 2013
Show your support for armed forces
PEOPLE are being invited to show their support for services personnel at this year's Armed Forces Day next month.
Wed May 22, 2013
Brigade praised for Ten Tors work
THE 53rd Ten Tors Challenge, organised by Tidworth-based 43 Brigade, took place on Dartmoor over the weekend of May 10 to 12 in some of the worst conditions seen in recent years.
Children go on cathedral pilgrimage
CHILDREN from several primary schools learned about important values on a pilgrimage from Old Sarum to Salisbury Cathedral on Tuesday.
Police hunt after object hurled at train
POLICE officers are appealing for information after a train driver was left with a cut and bruised face when an object was thrown at the windscreen he was standing behind.
Mon May 20, 2013
Plans to bring firefighters back to Amesbury
Since 2007 the town has relied on retained firefighters and cover from full-time firefighters based in Salisbury and other surrounding towns.