Celebrating our Heritage Enhancing our Environment Shaping our Future


Patron:  Dame Rosemary Spencer DCMG
President:  Brigadier Alastair Clark
Vice President:  Mr Ken Wiltshire
Vice President: Peter Dunbar
Chair:  Stephanie Siddons Deighton
Vice Chair:  Richard Deane

Executive:   The governing body of the Society,  responsible for overall policy and activities of the Society, and its financial management, meeting in Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec.  SCS members interested in attending a meeting please contact  Rosemary Pemberton rosemary.pemberton@hotmail.co.uk
Secretary: Rosemary Pemberton
Treasurer: Adrian Harris
Comms & Outreach:  Vacant
Acting Membership Secretary: Richard Deane
Chair of GPC: Judy Howles

Development:  Concerned with the maintenance and improvement of our environment, responding to planning applications in Salisbury District and encouraging architectural projects of quality through its Conservation and New Buildings Awards.  It also encourages debate of current issues through the annual Planning Forum and Open Meeting. Meetings are monthly, SCS members interested in attending a meeting should contact Richard Deane rdeane@madasafish.com
Paul Stevens (Acting Chair)
Richard Deane (Secretary)
Nicola Lipscombe
Leslie Lipscombe
Elaine Milton
Louise Rendell
Melanie Latham
David Gregory
James Salman
Hans-Dieter Scholz
Lynne Pearson
John Comparelli
Steve Sims

General Purpose:   Arrange events, talks and visits, commission plaques to prominent people or places of local significance and organise the Society’s contribution to the national Heritage Open Days scheme, meeting in Jan, March, May, July, Sept, Nov. Contact Judy Howles  howles@ntlworld.com
Judy Howles (Chair)
Lis Woods (Secretary)
James Woods
Brenda Hunt (Visits)
Janet Patch (Blue Plaques)
Cathy Chalk (BluePlaques)
Hadrian Cook
Jamie Hobson (Lectures)
Frogg Moody

The work of the Society is supported entirely by the subscriptions of the membership and all its officers are unpaid.

The Society is registered with Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement in England.  Charity Registration No 293143