Club News

Salisbury Library Display

As part of efforts to attract more local women to join the embryo Club, members of the Salisbury Satellite Group have mounted a display in the window of Salisbury Library for the month of February 2018.  

Skittles at the Swan

Members, partners and potential members and friends met up on Saturday 13 January to play pub skittles at the Swan at Stoford. The evening provided a great opportunity for members of the new Club to get to know each other … Continued

Salisbury Christmas Celebrations

Christmas gifts delivered to the ladies we support locally, Christmas tree back down from the  Christmas Tree Festival and Christmas Market Stall done, we decided it was time for us to kick back and enjoy ourselves. Our delicious Christmas meal … Continued

As seen on That’s Salisbury ….

Our Christmas Market stall appearance was filmed for That’s Salisbury, which is available locally on Freeview Channel 7, or via YouTube. See us here:  

Christmas Market Stall Sales

Salisbury Soroptimists had a very successful (if chilly) day at Salisbury Christmas Market where they sold Purple Community Fund items made by women in vulnerable communities in the Philippines and the UK. They also sold jams, marmalades and chutneys made … Continued

A new member for the Salisbury Satellite Group!

At our November meeting we were delighted to welcome Eleanor Evans into our fledgling Salisbury Soroptimist Group. Eleanor, who originally hails from Watford, has lived in the Salisbury area for more than twenty years. Eleanor, on the right of this … Continued


Salisbury Shoppers Help with National Survey

We were pleased with the response we received from the public passing though Salisbury’s Cheese Market to the UK wide survey carried out in early October to establish people’s knowledge of human trafficking and modern day slavery.   24% of … Continued

Working in Partnership

Salisbury members spent an enjoyable day networking with the Eve Appeal and other local cancer charities including Wessex Cancer Trust at the Fisherton Street Surgery. Specialist cancer nurses and public health specialists were on hand to chat to women about … Continued