The megaliths, stone circles and chalk-cut hill figures that survive from Neolithic and Bronze Age times have been a continual inspiration to artists across the centuries. This new exhibition brings together many of these unique artistic responses to create a new discussion.
Great music, free entry and an unmistakable Festival vibe – Salisbury Live returns, offering four nights of gigs held in participating pubs and venues across the city. If you love music, Salisbury Live is a brilliant way to experience the Festival.
Why use the same few words to describe how you are feeling, when there are so many colourful alternatives to choose from? Aidan Moesby’s periodic table categorises an expanded vocabulary to describe our emotions.
Walk the ancient streets like a pilgrim in a bygone world of hardship and disease. Understand the fears that encouraged pilgrims to visit the City and St Osmund’s shrine at Salisbury Cathedral. Learn about Salisbury’s extraordinary relics, indulgences and pilgrim badges.
Starting at Coombe Bissett Village Hall, this circular walk follows the valley of the River Ebble and the drove tracks of the South Wiltshire Downs. Exploring an unspoilt area of Wiltshire farmland, the walk takes in small villages and views of the city beyond.