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Amesbury is situated 8 miles north of Salisbury, with Salisbury Plain further to the north. The town is surrounded by an ancient landscape. The parish boundary of Amesbury encompasses the Neolithic site of Stonehenge - a world heritage site which attracts over a million visitors a year.
Amesbury is steeped in history. It is an older settlement than Salisbury, founded in 979 when an Abbey was built.
Over the past 30 years the town has seen major housing developments to the south, with Kings Gate the most recent, still under construction.
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Closure of: A345 (Part), Salisbury and Durnford (Ref: TTRO5742)
Notice is hereby given that Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic:
A345 (Part), Salisbury and Durnford: from its junction with Portway for a distance of approximately 1,150 metres in a northerly direction.
To enable: Tarmac to carry out carriageway resurfacing, ironwork adjustments and road markings.
Alternative route: via A345 (unaffected length) - A303 - A360 - A36 and vice versa.
The closure and diversion route will be clearly indicated by traffic signs.
This Order will come into operation on 28 February and the closure will be required between 19:00 and 06:00 until 01 March 2019. It is anticipated that the works will take the stated duration to complete depending on weather conditions. Access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible, although delay are likely due to the nature of the works. The Order will have a maximum duration of 18 months.
For further information please contact Chris Jenkins (Atkins) on 01225 730360.
Sustainable Transport Group, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, BA14 8JN
21 February 2019Read more
Older person's standard Wiltshire concessionary bus pass
Information about renewal of bus passes.
From 1 January 2019, not all bus passes will be renewed automatically. This is because there are approximately 20,000 passes in circulation that have not been scanned on a bus prior to renewal, indicating that the pass has not been used. In theses cases the passes will not be automatically renewed.
If you pass is not automatically renewed bus you would still like to receive one to use in the future, please contact Wiltshire Council on 0300 456 0100 and we can arrange for your new pass to be issues.
Wiltshire Council regrets that any charges which may occur on bus journeys are non refundableRead more
Report from MoD Boscombe Down
Week commencing 7th January 2019 - MOD Boscombe Down will be commencing normal flying operations. This will include helicopter night flying from 1700 to Midnight.
You will appreciate that timings and plan do change but this is our current plan.
Further information on Military Low Flying can be found on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/low-flying-in-your-areaRead more
At the Annual Meeting of Amesbury Town Council held at Antrobus House on Tuesday 1st May, Councillor Margaret Strange was duly elected as Mayor of Amesbury for 2018/19. Councillor Fred Westmoreland was duly elected as Deputy Mayor.
Mayor of Amesbury 2018/19 - Councillor Margaret Strange with her consort Anne BennettRead more
Amesbury Youth Cafe
Redworth Club - Amesbury Sports Centre, 6pm to 9pm, Tuesday, Year 11+
Amesbury Baptist Church, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Thursdays, Years 8 to 11
Redworth Club - Amesbury Sports Centre, 6pm to 9pm, Friday, Year 11+
Meet like minded people, relax, set your own agenda, exchange ideas, play YOUR music, prepare for power and change your world
Low Price Menu
- Tea/Coffee/Toast, FREE
- Hot Dogs, 40p
See our Facebook page - Amesbury Youth Cafe, for details.Read more
Amesbury is located in southern Wiltshire, eight miles north of Salisbury on the A345. It sits in the River Avon valley on the southern fringes of Salisbury Plain.
" Recent discoveries confirm that Amesbury is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Britain and has been home to people since just after the end of the Ice Age."