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The Salisbury Civic Society is a community-based organisation, made up of a group of volunteers carrying out activities and campaigns that improve the environment and enrich our  quality of life in Salisbury and South Wiltshire.  For members, we host meetings and forums to stimulate debate, providing information through publications and social media. We monitor and comment on local planning applications & development proposals, run a prestigious annual awards scheme for new buildings and conservation projects, and maintain a programme of commissioning historical blue plaques.

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Latest News

  • Phil Harding talks on his life in Archaeology

    We were lucky to have the celebrated archaeologist Phil Harding give an insight into his life in archaeology with an entertaining talk after the AGM on Wednesday 15 June. Phil began his career as a field archaeologist more than 50 years ago, and has worked for Wessex Archaeology since 1979, including many sites in and around […]

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  • Salisbury River Park Project

    The Salisbury River Park is the centrepiece of the Salisbury Central Area Framework and is a collaborative project between Wiltshire Council and the Environment Agency to reduce flood risk to various areas in the city, to provide environmental improvements and opportunities for biodiversity, to improve leisure and recreation and to support the regeneration of the […]

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  • FUTURE HIGH STREETS FUND SALISBURY (Proposals for the development of the station forecourt and Fisherton Street)

    As promised, we are letting members know how they can find out the details of the proposed major expenditure by Wiltshire Council on the railway station forecourt, and the Fisherton Gateway, using money from the government’s Future High Streets Fund.  The objectives of the FHSF are to increase vibrancy within the city centre, to support ‘experience’ visits, encourage […]

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