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Salisbury Journal
  1. AN AMESBURY man has received another award for his bravery at a ceremony in Salisbury.
  2. STUDENTS from Wiltshire College and University Centre will be collaborating with leading organisations in developing Salisbury's visual identity.
  3. Ned is a very handsome, five-year-old greyhound, who is looking for his special forever home. He's a sensitive chap who likes to get outside for quiet walks away from the everyday hustle and bustle of busy roads and traffic.
  4. HUNDREDS of book worms came together at the weekend for the third annual Salisbury Literary Festival.
  5. A DURRINGTON park is to be closed after 15 years after the town council could not come to an agreement with its owners.
  6. MAJOR road works have returned to Amesbury as Wiltshire Council finish a job that started earlier this year.
  7. A PUMPKIN patch has opened in time for Halloween, after damages to a mannequin, Portaloo and pumpkins.
  8. A BID has been put forwarded to get Purple Flag status for the city’s evening and night-time economy.
  9. RECYCLING coffee pods, crisp packets and toothbrushes has raised more than £11,000 for Wiltshire Air Ambulance in just six months.
  10. A VOLUNTEER has been recognised for his contribution to Wiltshire Police and his local community in Mere.


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