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  • Civic Day: Promoting our Heritage

    Event Date: Saturday 22nd June 2019

    The society is organising a Civic Day on 22 June 2019,  embracing  a new format,  exploring ways in which the area’s historic heritage can be best promoted. There will be three main talks, covering lessons from Heritage Open Days in Winchester, the Salisbury History Festival and using technology for public access to Salisbury’s heritage, followed by […]

  • Visit: Hampshire Collegiate School & Talk on Florence Nightingale

    Event Date: Friday 12th July 2019

    Hampshire Collegiate School have very kindly offered a visit to the school where we will  be given a tour of the building and a talk on Florence Nightingale on 12th July this year. The school was formerly known as Embley Park, and was the home of Florence  as a young girl and the home she […]

  • Walk: Salisbury’s Hidden Art History

    Event Date: Monday 5th August 2019

    A walk exploring Salisbury’s hidden art history will be led by David Richards on Monday 5th August.    The tour will start at 2.00pm, keep a look out for further details.

  • Talk: Updating the Wiltshire Pevsner – Julian Orbach

    Event Date: Thursday 19th September 2019

    Julian Orbach returns to update us on The Wiltshire Pevsner.    The evening will be held at our usual venue of The Methodist Church, St Edmund’s Church Street, Salisbury SP1 1EF.  Free to members, non-members £2.50. PLEASE NOTE the altered start time, the talk will begin at 7.00pm (Doors open at 6.30pm)

  • Heritage Open Days: Hidden Salisbury

    Event Date: 19th - 22nd September 2019

    A number of venues, normally hidden from public view will be available to visit over the weekend of 19th to 22nd September.   We will add the venues as they are confirmed,  together with booking details for the guided tours

  • Britain on Film:  PROTEST!

    Britain on Film: PROTEST!

    Event Date: Wednesday 16th October

    At a time of intense worldwide public activism, explore the fascinating history of public protest in the UK with rare archive footage of protests, large and small with the ICO’s new archive film programme: Britain on Film: PROTEST! Showing at: St John’s Place, Lower Road, Lower Bemerton, Salisbury SP2 9NT Date: Wednesday 16th October Doors […]

  • Talk: The History of Theatre & Cinema in Salisbury

    Event Date: Thursday 14th November 2019

    Frogg Moody will be taking us on an adventure through the history of cinema and theatre in Salisbury.  The evening  will take place at our usual venue The Methodist Church, St Edmund’s Church Street, Salisbury SP1 1EF.   The talk will begin at 6.30pm (Doors open at 6.00pm) and is free to members, non-members £2.50.