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  • CANCELLED – Walk – St George, Dragons and Medieval Salisbury

    Event Date: Thursday 6th August 2020

    In accordance with the Covid-19 guidance on social distancing and avoiding large groups we have reluctantly taken the decision to cancel this event.  David has kindly offered to  reschedule the walk  in 2021, the date to be confirmed. Blue Badge guide, David Richards will take an evening walk and talk, introducing us to  St George, […]

  • Cancelled – Talk by Julian Richards on Stonehenge: Old Rocks, New Theories

    Event Date: Thursday 17th September 2020

    We have reluctantly decided to cancel Julian Richards’ talk on Stonehenge:  Old Rocks, New Theories and hope to reschedule in 2021 Julian is a British television and radio presenter, writer and archaeologist with over 30 years experience of fieldwork and publication.  

  • Blue Plaque to Dorothy Brooke

    Event Date: Thursday 15th October 2020

    The installation of a Blue Plaque to Dorothy Brooke (1883 – 1955)  founder of the Old Warhorse Hospital in Cairo in the 1930s, (later renamed as the Brooke Hospital for Animals) will take place on 15th October 2020  when it will be placed on the wall of her home, Malmesbury House in the Close, which […]

  • Talk by Prof Caroline Dakers on Fonthill Houses

    Event Date: Thursday 19th November 2020

    Professor Caroline Dakers will be introducing us to Fonthill Houses: Lost, Recovered and Rebuilt, on Monday 19th November 2020. Professor Dakers has  been Professor of Cultural History at UAL since 1998, and established the BA Culture, Criticism and Curation degree at CSM in 2004. She now teaches on BA Culture, Criticism and Curation and MA Culture, […]

  • Blue Plaque to Herbert Ponting

    Event Date: Sunday 29th November 2020

    A blue plaque to Herbert Ponting, the photographer,  will be installed at No 21 Oatmeal Row, Salisbury on Sunday 29 November.   Herbert Ponting (1870 – 1935) born the son a successful banker in Salisbury  was the official photographer on Captain Scott’s ill-fated exploration of Antarctica in 1911, taking early videos, and later making a couple […]