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Hundreds expected at inquiry into Gypsy site

7:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Travellers' plan sparks fears of encampment

HUNDREDS of people from Fordingbridge and the surrounding areas are expected to attend a planning inquiry this Tuesday, after a Gypsy family launched an appeal to live on agricultural land.

Fond farewell to Greentrees caretaker

4:56pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Fond farewell to Greentrees caretaker

CHILDREN and staff at Greentrees have said goodbye to a man who has been a familiar face at the Salisbury primary school since it opened 12 years ago.

Symposium to mark war centenary

4:54pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Symposium to mark war centenary

THE Fovant Badges stand over the south Wiltshire countryside as a permanent reminder of the First World War.

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Sport

Whites on course for setting new points record

5:00am Thursday 24th April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Whites on course for setting new points record

MIKEY Harris’s young guns are striving to achieve the highest points total Salisbury City have ever gained in the Conference Premier with victory at relegation worriers Chester FC on Saturday in front of the cameras.

Victoria Park doubles pair do it again

8:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Victoria Park doubles pair do it again

VICTORIA Park’s Richard Hamshaw and Diane Wilson were crowned champions of the Sarum League Tournament for a second time.

Triple wins for Bemerton over fraught Robins

4:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Salisbury Journal: Jack Slade

THREE goals in the first half-an-hour saw Bemerton Heath Harlequins post an impressive 3-1 scoreline over relegation-wounded Downton for the third time.

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