Salisbury Recovery: Latest public meeting planned

City Hall in Salisbury with new branding - April 2018

Published by The Spire FM News Team at 1:55pm 17th April 2018.

There'll be another chance for us to ask questions about the clean-up process at City Hall on Thursday night (April 19th).

As we start to get more information about the clean-up operation in Salisbury following the spy poisoning incident, there'll be a chance to ask own questions to those leading it later this week (Thursday April 19th).

Another public meeting's been called by Wiltshire Council at City Hall in Salisbury for us to hear the latest about the decontamination process.

The Government's Environment department (Defra) has revealed that nine sites will need to be worked on, before they can fully reopen to the public after the nerve agent attack over six weeks ago.

There's details of where the clean-up's taking place can be found on our news page, with the highest concentration of the nerve agent being found at home of Sergei and Yulia Skripal.

Recovery Meeting Poster 19th April

This will be the fourth public meeting since the incident took place at the beginning of March.

As with the previous session, it's been planned for the evening to give more local people the opportunity to go along and put forward their questions and comments.

This meeting's also been called as more details are also revealed about the manner in which the nerve agent was administered to the Skripals.

Anyone's welcome to go along to the meeting in the main auditorium of Salisbury City Hall.

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