Hear about long-term recovery plans
An update on the longer-term recovery programme for Salisbury and Amesbury will be given at the Amesbury area board meeting, on 22 November at 7pm in Amesbury Library.
Free business advice and support
Free business advice and support is available to businesses in Amesbury and Salisbury. For details of drop-in sessions, please see below. If you have any concerns about your business, you can access emergency support here.Close
You can get drop-in business advice and support at the following locations:
- Salisbury, Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
- Antrobus House, Amesbury, 10am-12 noon, Monday and Wednesday
- Amesbury Library, 10am-12 noon, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Download an application form for financial support. Please complete this form then arrange an appointment or drop in at The Old Fire Station. You will need to provide trading figures to show how your business has been impacted.Close
Free parking and local events
There's always lots of events and activities on in the Salisbury and Amesbury areas.
- Visit Wiltshire
- City Hall
- Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre
- Salisbury City Council
- Spire FM
- Salisbury Cathedral
- Salisbury Playhouse
- Salisbury Arts Centre
- Salisbury Museum
- Salisbury Journal
- Old George Mall
- Odeon Salisbury
- Salisbury gig guide
- Destination Salisbury
- Mompesson House
Public health advice
Due to the ongoing investigation into the major incident in Salisbury and Amesbury, and following the current advice of Public Health England (PHE), we recommend that any planned community litter picks in the Salisbury and Amesbury community areas are postponed until further notice.
As a precaution, PHE's advice to everyone in the Salisbury and Amesbury area is that nobody should pick up any foreign object that does not belong to them.
These could contain (or could have previously contained) liquid or gel.
This means people should not pick up:
- Or similar objects, made of materials such as metal, plastic or glass.
The message is: if you didn't drop it, don't pick it upTo report any litter you find to us, please use My Wiltshire online reporting.
We really appreciate and welcome people's enthusiasm to carry out clean-ups and litter picks in their local communities and we hope that we can recommend these continuing, as soon as possible.
PHE's current advice, based on the small number of casualties affected following the recent incident, is that the risk to the public remains low. They will keep this assessment under constant review as further information becomes known.Close