News and events

Ladders of Light: A new constitution for the UK

18 February 2019

New installation by poet Lemn Sissay and artist Mary Branson responds to Brexit

Voices from the Cloister

18 February 2019

Downside Abbey possesses an outstanding collection of medieval manuscripts, vestments, and reliquaries of great historic importance.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is hiring – communications team

18 February 2019

​Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is looking for an ambitious, motivated and highly literate Communications Manager and Communications Assistant, to form the new Communications team at an exciting time in the development of the Wildlife Trusts movement.

Downside Abbey Great War Photo Preservation

14 February 2019

Downside Abbey ​Great War Photo Preservation project.

Salisbury Conversations

13 February 2019

​The Salisbury Conversations 2019: Crossing Divides are a series of three public discussions exploring topical issues in front of an audience.

Lord Henley has been appointed Ministerial Champion for Salisbury

13 February 2019

Lord Henley has been appointed Ministerial Champion for Salisbury

Video: The Greyhound, Bromham

11 February 2019

​It was a real joy to step inside the warmth of the pub to be welcomed by the friendly staff and not just one but several roaring fires...

Pound Arts Centre, Corsham, hopes to raise £50,000 to start work on renovation project

11 February 2019

The Pound Arts Centre in Corsham is hoping to raise an additional £50,000

Swindon songwriter wins independent song competition

08 February 2019

Paul Lappin, a Swindon songwriter has become the first winner of a competition run by Earthworm Recording Studio.

All Bloody Facts, No Bloody Vision : Growing up with Harold Wilson'

05 February 2019

​Professor Robin Wilson (the son of former Prime Minister, Harold Wilson) is coming to Salisbury in March to give a talk in support of Arundells. Using many family photographs, Robin's light-hearted talk will cover his childhood at home, and his father's time in office.​