This Week in Salisbury History – 27th Jan to 2nd Feb
Week in Local History

This Week in Salisbury History – 27th Jan to 2nd Feb

This week in the mists of Salisbury’s past: 27th January 1847 – the first Salisbury Railway station opens at Milford …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history – 13th-19th January
Week in Local History

This week in Salisbury history – 13th-19th January

This week in Salisbury’s history: the UK was declared free of foot-and-mouth Sir Cecil Beaton was born the Rolling Stones …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history: 6th – 12th January
This Week In Salisbury History

This week in Salisbury history: 6th – 12th January

This week in Salisbury history…..a lot happened. Salisbury Cathedral was flooded. Bishop Poore died Sam Christer’s ‘Stonehenge Legacy’ was published. …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history: 30th December – 5th January
This Week In Salisbury History

This week in Salisbury history: 30th December – 5th January

This week in local history, two Stonehenge trilithons fell (in 1900 and 1797 respectively). The last film was shown at …Read the Rest

Stonehenge Winter Solstice 2013
Stonehenge

Stonehenge Winter Solstice 2013

Here’s some pictures from this morning’s ‘sunrise’ at Stonehenge. ‘Sunrise’ here is in quotes because we didn’t really see the …Read the Rest

Stonehenge Winter Solstice 2013
Stonehenge

Stonehenge Winter Solstice 2013

I’m looking forward, as ever, winter solstice at Stonehenge. Although I’m not sure what the weather forecast is, and I’m …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history
This Week In Salisbury History

This week in Salisbury history

During the course of this week (16th -23 December) in Salisbury’s history a non-conformist meeting was broken up in Castle …Read the Rest

This week in Salisbury history
General

This week in Salisbury history

The things that happened this week in Salisbury history were: 11th November – Saint Martins Day 12th November 1976 – …Read the Rest

Blog Action Day 2013: Human Rights
Salisbury News

Blog Action Day 2013: Human Rights

I’ve written this post in support of Blog Action Day which this year is focussing on Human Rights[1]. The struggle …Read the Rest

Fotherby Crescent, Salisbury
Street Names

Fotherby Crescent, Salisbury

Fotherby Crescent on Bishopdown is named after Martin Fortherby, who was Bishop of Salisbury from April 1618 until his death …Read the Rest

Those Were The Days My Friends
Things to do

Those Were The Days My Friends

This looks really interesting – an evening of old film of daily life in Salisbury and South Wiltshire next Friday …Read the Rest

Fowler’s Hill and Fowler’s Road, Salisbury
Street Names

Fowler’s Hill and Fowler’s Road, Salisbury

Fowler’s Hill is on the eastern edge of Salisbury It runs more or less parallel with Milford Hill, from Tollgate …Read the Rest

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