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This week in Salisbury history: 19th – 25th OctoberThis week in Salisbury and Stonehenge history: 18th – 25th October

This week in Salisbury history was fairly quiet, apart from the lion attack! 20th October 1816 – Lion attacks mail coach at Winterslow 22nd October 1822 – William Cobbett visits Salisbury, addresses 500 farmers 24th October 1800 – Birth of Richard Cockle Lucas 24th October 1978 – XTC play Salisbury …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history: 12th – 18th October
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This week in Salisbury history: 12th – 18th October

This week in Salisbury history: 14th October, 18th Century – Hops and Onions Fair 15th October – King Charles enters …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history: 5th – 11th October
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This week in Salisbury history: 5th – 11th October

This week in Salisbury and Stonehenge history: 5th October 2012 – second Milford Street Bridge mural unveiled 6th October 1651 …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history: 28th September – 4th October
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This week in Salisbury history: 28th September – 4th October

28th September 1625 – King Charles I visits Salisbury and Wilton 28th September 1998 – Baby Bird play the Arts …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 21st – 27th September
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This week in Salisbury History: 21st – 27th September

21st September 1915 – Cecil Chubb buys Stonehenge 22 September 1766 – Salisbury people force famers to sell at a …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 14th – 20th September
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This week in Salisbury History: 14th – 20th September

16th September – Saint Edith of Wilton’s Day 16th September 984 – death of Saint Edith of Wilton 17th September …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 7th – 13th September
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This week in Salisbury History: 7th – 13th September

7th September 1651 – birth of the younger Isaac Walton, builder of the Walton Canonry 7th September 1995 – Bill …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 31st August – 6th September
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This week in Salisbury History: 31st August – 6th September

2nd September 1896 – Marconi demonstrates radio on Salisbury Plain 3rd September 1939 – the Second World War is declared …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 23rd – 30th August
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This week in Salisbury History: 23rd – 30th August

27th August 2012 – Thor II filming at Stonehenge 28th August 2005 – Bad Manners play at the Chapel 29th …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 17th – 23rd August
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This week in Salisbury History: 17th – 23rd August

17th August 1792 – George III visits Salisbury 18 August 1983 – Black Sabbath’s Born Again tour opens 20th August …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 10th – 16th August
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This week in Salisbury History: 10th – 16th August

10th August 1901 – Miss Moberly meets Marie Antoinette August 10th 1871 – Crown Prince of Prussia, Victoria the Princess …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 27th July – 2nd August
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This week in Salisbury History: 27th July – 2nd August

27th July 1989 – last volunteers leave the Common Cold Research Unit 28th July 1849 – hero of the Salisbury …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury History: 20th – 26th July
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This week in Salisbury History: 20th – 26th July

20th July 1562 – first recorded tourist at Stonehenge. Possibly. 20th July 1654 – diarist John Evelyn visits Wilton and …Read the Rest

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