Club News

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

New Members for Salisbury Satellite Group

  At the August meeting of the Salisbury Satellite Group three members were welcomed in to the club. All three of them have already been working on projects to support women and girls in the local community.     We … Continued

Coffee, cake and conversation!

Several potential new members joined us for coffee, cake and a bit of a chat on Sunday 4 June to learn more about the new Soroptimist Club we are starting in Salisbury. Irene kindly hosted the gathering and provided a … Continued

Christmas delivery for Salisbury Women’s Refuge

Salisbury Soroptimists gave Santa and his elves a helping hand in Christmas week when they put together a box of goodies for Salisbury Women’s Refuge. The women, who are working to set up a new Soroptimist Club in Salisbury, have … Continued

Coverage of our first Programme Action Project

We were pleased that our first project and first press release got a half page feature in this week’s Salisbury Journal. We hope other women in Salisbury will read it and join us to get involved!  Refuge Manager Sue tells … Continued

Screening of ‘He named me Malala’

  The film provides a look at the events leading up to the Taliban’s attack on Pakistani schoolgirl, Malala Yousafzai, for speaking out on girls’ education followed by the aftermath, including her speech to the United Nations. We believe that … Continued