3 months

Well it’s 3 months and 5 days since we last stepped on to the athletics track in Salisbury to train. From the club’s perspective life continues to be difficult, with the young, the vulnerable and those with disabilities the most adversely affected. But with every dark cloud comes a silver lining and we have realised… Read more


Club Response Statement 17/12/2017

Due to the disappointment over the school’s approach to the mediation process and their subsequent biased statement, I feel it is important to issue much more detail in our response than is customary as I feel you deserve to know the full extent of our current position. The mediation process was triggered, as I am… Read more

Letter From John Glen MP and Our Response

Below is a letter from John Glen MP in response to an earlier email enquiry from us.  Read our response underneath Thank you for your email about this concerning situation, which I first heard about last week and have since received a number of emails from individual club members and supporters. I am well aware… Read more

Running club hits back at school claims

Statement to Valley News from Lee Ness, chairman of City of Salisbury Athletics and Running Club 18 Nov ‘17 City of Salisbury Athletics and Running Club strongly refuted the claim by South Wilts Grammar that the school  is “working hard to maintain the valuable track agreement.” Or if it is, it certainly is no longer… Read more

Salisbury athletics club locked out from its home track

Amidst the biggest boom in running and athletics the city of Salisbury has ever seen, the running club at the heart of it has been locked out from the running track where it has built its success for the past 25years. The lock-out was instigated by South Wilts Grammar School for Girls, in response to… Read more