Help find missing elves in Salisbury city centre – and raise money for charity

A DOZEN cheeky elves have gone missing in Salisbury – and residents are being urged to find them.

The Stars Appeal, Salisbury Hospital’s Charity, is the selected charity for a special festive trail to find the missing elves, hiding in the city.

The 12 Elves of Christmas Elf Trail is part of Experience Salisbury’s ‘City of Stars’ – and challenges participants to find all the elves in shop windows around the city centre.

To get involved, people can pick up a trail sheet from Salisbury Information Centre on Fish Row, or the Five Rivers Leisure Centre.

The trail sheets cost £2 per child, with money raised for the Stars Appeal to support projects at the hospital.

One of the projects the charity is currently fundraising for is the provision of 20 specialist cots for newborn babies, which cost £1,900 each.

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The Elf Trail runs until the end of Saturday, December 23. Return completed trail sheets to the Information Centre by that date to be in with a chance of winning a children’s craft hamper worth over £50, which has been donated by The Works in Salisbury.

Find out more about the 12 Elves of Christmas Elf Trail by visiting

Meanwhile, the Stars Appeal will also have a stall at the Sunday Festive Markets, in the market square.

Visit for a full list of the different projects the appeal is fundraising for.

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