Shoppers and visitors are being encouraged to come to Salisbury and Amesbury this autumn and in the build-up to this year’s festive period.
National Cycle Network route 24 from the Bath Arms entrance to the front of Longleat House will be closed
Salisbury Co-Cars will be displaying an electric car on Saturday 30th June in the Guildhall Square Salisbury.
From Monday 14 May Wiltshire Council-run car parks in Salisbury will change to free from midday on weekdays, and continue to be free all day on Saturday and Sunday. The five park and ride sites that serve the city will continue to be free.
Salisbury will be hosting the exciting finals of the elite OVO Energy Tour Series cycling on Thursday May 31.
Options which involve charging high-emission vehicles to drive into the centre of Bath are under review.
Great Western Railway (GWR) launches mobile ticketing across its network this week.
Between 17 March and 2 April, if you park your car at one of the Salisbury Park & Ride sites, you will be able to travel to/from the City Centre free of charge on the Park & Ride buses.
The Helping Hand accessibility card allows passengers who need some assistance to communicate with the driver, without having to verbally explain their disability.
You can now cycle or walk safely between Bulford and Amesbury after the final phase of a new shared pedestrian and cycle path was completed.