Following the recent unprecedented incident in Salisbury, below is the current business support available from Wiltshire Council and other Salisbury leaders.
22.03.2018: Salisbury BID is committed to the improvement of the city, helping make Salisbury a cleaner, greener and safer place for people to do businesses, as well as for residents and tourists. Our Waste Charter meets all of these ambitions.
21.03.2018: Wiltshire Council have announced FREE parking for shoppers and visitors in Salisbury city centre car parks all day every day from Saturday 24th March 2018 until further notice.
15.03.2018: Prime Minister Theresa May visited Salisbury today and heard straight from Salisbury BID directors and members about the actions businesses want to see.
15.03.2018: Salisbury BID has opened an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the event delivery of the 2018 Salisbury Christmas Market.
13.03.2018: Salisbury’s business leaders, Salisbury BID, have confirmed they are working hard behind the scenes to develop strategic activities for the city following the recent incident.
07.03.2018: While an investigation into the possible poisoning of a former Russian spy continues, Salisbury BID is calling on people to continue to come into the city centre as normal and support local businesses.
28.02.2018: VisitWiltshire alongside Salisbury BID and Salisbury City Council have launched Salisbury Residents Week to celebrate what Salisbury and the surrounding area has to offer.
With discounts and special rates for residents, now is the perfect opportunity to explore what's on your doorstep.
19.02.2018: Salisbury BID has appointed its first marketing and communications manager.
Kara Rogers has joined the business-led organisation dedicated to boosting the city’s economy and business environment. She is responsible for managing and delivering the BID’s marketing strategy as the business-funded group enters its fifth year.
13.02.2018: Despite the rain, the 6th International Salisbury Pancake Race was flipping good fun.
The event was planned to take place on the High Street, but was relocated to the Cloisters at Salisbury Cathedral due to the persistent rain.