I visited Salisbury this afternoon.
It was free to park.
It’s only a very small part of the city that is cordoned off. 99% of the shops are open for business.
It was very quiet.
It’s a great shame for the business owners if their trade is badly damaged.
I bought a few books and things.
It’s also a lovely city to walk around with great architecture and very pleasant open spaces.
The police standing guard around the cordon looked pretty bored.
I really hope that things return to normal very soon.
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I must admit to a slight sinking feeling whenever the thick file of papers known as the Agenda and reports for the next District Council planning committee fall on my doormat.
The District Council formally decided to adopt new powers that will enable them to levy fines at the registered owners of vehicles, if any litter is thrown out, whether by the driver or a passenger.