With recent global events including the coronavirus pandemic, it is important to make sure the strategy is relevant for the environment into which the city is emerging in 2023.
They want to hear from local residents, local businesses, health, education and people who care about arts and culture, to better understand how a strategic approach to delivering creativity could make Salisbury an even better place to visit, live, work and play.
What makes Salisbury different? What is it good at? What challenges are you facing? How do you want to be involved in delivering the strategy?
Salisbury Place Partnership would be very grateful if you could find 10 minutes to complete this survey
The organisation will be running a few open sessions between the 2nd & 3rd May and they invite you to come and tell them what you think about the future of culture in Salisbury. They will also be running future sessions for the business, health and education sectors in due course.
DROP-IN SESSION SALISBURY LIBRARY (Market Place, Salisbury, SP1 1BL)
Tues 2nd May
10AM - 1PM
This is an informal drop-in session, come and meet us for a cup of tea and a chat. Children and young people welcome! No RSVP necessary.
WORKSHOPS IN SALISBURY GUILDHALL (The Market Place, Salisbury, SP1 1JH)
Weds 3rd May
10AM - 12PM - Workshop for arts & culture organisations and freelancers.
2PM - 4PM - Workshop for community & heritage organisations and freelancers.
These 2-hour workshops will be held at The Guildhall. Please RSVP to email@example.com
Salisbury Place Partnership would be very grateful if you could find 10 minutes to complete this survey.
In partnership with VisitWiltshire, Salisbury BID co-fund the Visit Salisbury website to promote the city to visitors. The Visit Salisbury website has a full events calendar for Salisbury.