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Starting this Friday (29th November) and spread over 3 nights, this event is held in the Cathedral and is free, on first come basis.
Twilight tower tours
Tours of the cathedral tower, available 2-23rd December.
Pantomime – Puss in Boots
5,6,7th December at the Bemerton Heath community centre.
Ice Skating in Guildhall Square
From 30th November to 5th January.
BBC Wiltshire Carols
Held in the cathedral on Sunday 15th December 17-1800, with the recording transmitted on Christmas eve and Christmas day.
Carol Concert in aid of Help for Heroes and ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
Friday 20th December at 1930.
Imber Village Tours
The evacuated and abandoned village of Imber on the Salisbury Plain Training Area, is open to the public from Dec 27th to January 1st. Details here:
Takes place on 29th September, more details here: https://www.salisburyhalf.com/
Taking place on the evening of 18th September at The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum. Bring along your antiques for a valuation by specialists. Entrance is free, but a donation to the museum and for valuations is suggested. The museum artifacts will also be on display.
The award winning Horatio’s garden in Salisbury will be open to the public on Sunday 15th September. The charity provides gardens in NHS spinal injury centers to support all of those affected by a spinal injury.
A walk through the chalk grassland at Coombe Bisset with a guide from the Species Recovery Trust, to enable you to improve your flora and fauna identification skills.
Sunday 15th September.
As part of the Heritage Open Day event, Mompesson House in the cathedral close is open to the public on Saturday 14th September. Entrance is free.
The Salisbury Military History Society was founded in February and a number of its members live in the parish of Firsdown. Details of September and October meetings can be found using the link below
25th September – 1973 Yom Kippur War
23rd October – The Battle of Balaclava
Further details may be found on our website – https://salisburymilhist.com/e
Local Area Boards (Salisbury, Southern Wiltshire and South West Wiltshire) have each contributed funding to the 2019 Silver Sunday programme of events.
The programme, which is geared towards helping older people access local activities and groups, was first piloted in Salisbury last year, but the hope this year is that it can begin to build more activities for villages from the Southern Wiltshire and South West Wiltshire areas.
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