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Car Boot Sales Fire Station Charity Car Boot Sale
Charity Car Boot Sale (now in its 31st year) at Salisbury Fire Station and opposite on Ashley Green / Open Space. This popular Car Boot Sale, although subject to weather (and sometimes ground conditions) takes place with sellers arriving at 07:30 to set up and advertised to the public and buyers as 9-11am. Profits are in aid of the Fire Fighters Charity

On: 08:30 Sun 7th May 2017
Repeating: The first Sunday of each month
Address: Salisbury Fire Station, Ashley Road, Salisbury Wiltshire, SP2 7TN
Contact name: Ludo Macaulay
Phone number: 01722 332211
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.salisburyfirestation.info
Outdoor Events Five Rivers Fostering @ Chippenham Rugby Club
Formed in 1989, Five Rivers Child Care is a Social Enterprise specialising in the care of Looked After Children through Residential Care and Foster Care.

We're currently recruiting Foster Carers in Chippenham and the surrounding areas.

For those who don't know, Fostering involves children and young people being cared for by a person or people who are not members of their own birth family.

For more information, why not come & see us at Chippenham Rugby Club? Our knowledgable team will be able to answer any questions which you may have.

Five Rivers Fostering can offer you:

• 24 hour support from a local team near you
• An exciting new direction
• Professional & highly competitive fees
• Core & advanced training

On: 9am Sun 7th May 2017
Address: Chippenham Rugby Club, Allington Fields, Frogwell, Chippenham, SN10 0YZ
Website: http://www.five-rivers.org
Outdoor Events Amesbury Festival of Youth
A celebration of the contribution made by youth organisations to the life of Amesbury. A parade through Amesbury followed by a short non-denominational service then a series of information stands and activities at the rear of the Church showing what youth organisations are available and what they offer.

On: 1400 Sun 7th May 2017
Address: Amesbury street parade through Salisbury Street to rear of St Mary and St Melor Church SP4 7EU
Contact name: Alice Membery - Deputy Town Clerk, Amesbury
Phone number: 01980 622999
Contact email: email
2 Hour Baby & Child Emergency First Aid Class
The award winning 2 hour baby & child first aid class covers CPR, Choking, Bumps, Burns, Breaks, Bleeding, Febrile Seizures & Meningitis Awareness.

The class is suitable for parents, grandparents and carers and costs just £20pp.

Pre-crawling babies are welcome to come along too!

On: 7pm Mon 8th May 2017
Until: 9pm Mon 8th May 2017
Address: 19 Campbell Road, Salisbury, SP1 3BQ
Contact name: Sue Fisher
Phone number: 07890400461
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.minifirstaid.co.uk
Nadder Community Energy: First Green Drinks evening
Nadder Community Energy welcomes you to our first Green Drinks.

Come along for an informal chat and meet like-minded people who share an interest in the environment and renewable energy.

We want to start local conversations about what we can do to address the impacts of climate change and promote environmental issues in the Nadder Valley. NCE had a successful share offer at the end of 2015 to install Solar PV on commercial and agricultural buildings in the Nadder Valley but there’s still much more we can do as a community.

We have started to think about how we could promote energy efficiency, address fuel poverty, work with schools and other local groups to raise awareness and much more. As a community enterprise it’s important that we work closely with local residents and organisations to act together in addressing the issues raised by climate change.

We look forward to seeing you and where these conversations take us.

The Benett Arms, Tisbury
8pm,Tuesday 10th May 2015
Then every second Tuesday of the month at the Benett Arms

For more information please contact nadderce@gmail.com

On: 8pm Tue 9th May 2017
Repeating: The second Tuesday of each month
Address: The Benett Arms, High St, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6HD
Website: http://www.naddercommunityenergy.org.uk
Exhibitions Men At Work – The Tentmakers of Cairo
Although the demand for the opulent tented palaces of past Sultans has long gone, the skills needed to decorate these tents live on and are now being used by Egyptian craftsmen to create stunning works of textile art, a selection of which go on show at Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill this spring.

Ranging in size from an eye-catching 2-metre-tall wall hanging to a series of smaller panels, these textiles are worked with dramatic designs in applied blocks of cotton. Many depict the geometric patterns often associated with Islamic art, but the use of brilliant new colours and ever more complex designs have given them a decidedly contemporary twist.

Originally these hangings were made to decorate the inside of tents used for special occasions such as weddings and other ceremonial events. Gradually such tents fell out of fashion and the demand for the hangings declined accordingly, with the growing tourist market replacing the domestic market. The number of craftsmen or tentmakers declined too and now there are less than 100 working in Cairo, all based in the old tentmaking street Chariah El-Khiamiah. These remaining craftsmen – and following tradition they are all men rather than women – still work using the traditional techniques of handstitched appliqué, but have increasingly felt free to experiment with new designs and update their craft for the 21st century. The result is a series of textiles which retain their traditional handmade aesthetic while looking very much at home either in a contemporary house or gallery space.

In recent years the Tentmakers have built up an international reputation, with their breakthrough coming in 2011 at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham. Since then they have exhibited in Europe, Australia and the USA and later on this year their work will go on show in South Africa, but before then art lovers in Wiltshire have a chance to view their extraordinary examples of textile art. (And there will even be a chance to learn some of the skills and techniques involved in their creation as some of the Tentmakers will visit Fisherton Mill to host a series workshops on their craft)

Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, 9.30am-5.30pm

On: Tue 9th May 2017
Until: Tue 30th May 2017
Address: Fisherton Mill, 108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7QY
Website: http://www.fishertonmill.co.uk
RSPB South Wilts – From Pulborough Brooks to Ham Wall: A Photographic Tour of the South of England
James Fisher's talk takes us to the sites and reserves that many local group members will have visited. Over the last two years James has built a photographic collection that showcases the beauty and variety of birds and other wildlife that can be found within two hours drive of his home in Salisbury. From Nightingales and Adders at Pulborough Brooks, to Bitterns and Glossy Ibis at Ham Wall (and with many stops in between), we will take a journey through the south of England. Along the way, James will share his tips and thoughts on how to take great wildlife photographs.

There will also be refreshments and the usual Raffle, RSPB Sales Goods and Tombola with proceeds to RSPB Conservation Projects.

Doors open 7pm for 7.30 pm start
Group Members £5, non-members £6, under 16s free

On: 19.30 Tue 9th May 2017
Address: Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
Website: http://www.rspb.org.uk/groups/southwiltshire/
Persistent Heartburn?
A free public talk about heartburn, Barrett's oesophagus and oesophageal cancer by leading consultant gastroenterologists from Salisbury and Southampton, Dr Sam Vyas and dr Praful Patel, organised by Barrett's Wessex charity.

On: 18:00 Wed 10th May 2017
Address: The Bowman Centre, Shears Drive, Amesbury, Salisbury, SP4 7XT
Contact name: Barrett's Wessex charity (Chris Robinson)
Phone number: 07771567009
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.BarrettsSalisbury.org.uk
The Newbourne Players present "Lights, Camera...Murder"
Murder Mystery Evening
The British Newbourne Film Studio invites you to participate in this special event, sponsored by "Satin Chocolates, The Chocolate Choice of The Choosiest Stars" Visit our 1950's movie set (Conveniently located in the Glebe Hall) and watch as a blockbuster movie is made! Meet the stars over a free glass of bubbly and enjoy a two course buffet meal while you ponder the shocking crime which allegedly may happen...
Tickets are £16 each and tables will be set for six people, so why not bring a team?
~ Bar ~
~ Raffle ~
~ Dastardly Deeds! ~
11th, 12th and 13th May, 7 for 7.30pm, Tickets from Winterbourne Post Office

On: 7 for 7.30pm Thu 11th May 2017
Address: The Glebe Hall, Winterbourne Earls, SP4 6HA
Foodie Friday Markets
Salisbury Foodie Friday market provides a great excuse to ditch the boring lunch box and enjoy some fabulous street food from across the South West. There will also be stalls offering a variety of food and drink you can take home and enjoy at a later date.

Foodie Friday will take place on the following dates in 2017:
Date: 10 March / 7 April / 12 May / 9 June / 14 July / 11 August / 8 September / 13 October
9th June Foodie Friday will host Salisbury Live and run until 10pm

On: 10am Fri 12th May 2017
Repeating: The second Friday of each month
Address: Market Place, Salisbury, SP1 1JH
Website: http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk/f/foodie-friday-markets
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