CANCELLED – Talk: Salisbury – New Cathedral, New City: What Happened 800 Years AgoWednesday 6th May 2020
In accordance with recent Government guidelines we have taken the decision to cancel this event. We are exploring the possibility of streaming this talk live and notification of a revised date will be put up as soon as this has been agreed.
Timed to coincide with the 800th anniversary celebrations, the Civic Society are hosting a talk on Salisbury Cathedral – ‘New Cathedral, New City: What Happened 800 Years Ago’, to be given by Tim Tatton-Brown. Tim will specifically cover the foundation of the Cathedral and the founding of the city of Salisbury up to the consecration of the eastern chapels in 1225.
Tim Tatton-Brown is a freelance archaeologist and architectural historian. He is consultant archaeologist to St George’s Chapel, Windsor and to Westminster School and Lambeth Palace. He was formerly consultant archaeologist to various cathedrals (Canterbury, Rochester, Chichester and Salisbury) and to Westminster Abbey. Tim has had a number of books published about the architectural history of the Cathedral
The talk will take place in the Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close, Salisbury SP1 2EY
Tickets: £7.00 – Details of availability to follow
Start time: 7.00pm