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Quiz 2023

Call your friends and make a date to join us at Harnham Parish Hall for our annual quiz night. Fun rounds and supper included (fish n chips/chicken/veggie burger). Cash bar with a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available. Proceeds will be split between our

Mulling over the year

The last meeting of 2022 was a social gathering. We all brought a plate of nibbles to share which made for a delicious spread. Mulled wine was warmed for some and non-alcoholic drinks available for others. We were sorry that several members could not attend

Oranging Salisbury!

On Sunday 27 November members of the Club stood alongside members of  the Mothers’ Union, Diocese of Salisbury as part of the UN’s annual #Orangetheworld 16 Days of Activism on Violence Against Women.  United by a common desire to see an end to violence against

Patch for Peace

SI San Fernando are celebrating their 60th anniversary! They asked clubs around the world to contribute to a peace patchwork by creating a 12 inch square patch. Our member Annie Hotton stepped up to create this patch. The martisor represents our link to sisters in

National and Regional level representation

At our October meeting President Jenny Hair, congratulated Eleanor Evans on her election as SIGBI Assistant Programme Director People for 2022-2024. She presented her with a bouquet of flowers as recognition of this important role. Jenny also congratulated Lisa Scandling, who, next year, will become

Making our City Safer Event

Safety in Salisbury Our 'Safer Salisbury' project was launched with a conference last year. Since then a steering committee has taken the initiative forward, there have been streetlighting audits and a Schools' Forum. This time, we wanted to engage with the public and ask the

Recruiting new members

Fizz and Friendship Enticing new members should be fun, so we invited women to share some fizz and find out about Salisbury Soroptimists. The venue was a local bar which kindly hosted us. We had display boards to showcase our activities and projects. On the

Making our City Safer

Making our City Safer On 1st October 2022 we will be holding a free community event to update fellow citizens about our Safer Salisbury initiative. We hope that members of the public will come along to hear our guest speakers, watch demonstrations and visit the


Have you been wondering what happened to our fundraising to help the Ukranian refugees transiting or staying in Moldova earlier this year? The funds we sent helped our sister Soroptimists provide food parcels to local families hosting those who fled. They were also able to

What do 2500 bras look like?

Salisbury Soroptimists can answer this question: 24 black sacks and a box! Many thanks to everyone who kindly donated gently used bras for Afreebra. They are now all sorted and packed ready for transport to Africa. We will shortly be taking them to a warehouse