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2022 Programme of Events

Our programme of events for 2022 is already filling up with a wide variety of interesting themes.  The year opens with an invitation from Arts Society Sarum to join their talk  on MAYHEM in the CATHEDRAL  followed by a generous offer to attend a lecture by Paul Hooley on the The life of WOLFE FRANK.

There will be a talk from Julian Richards in March on STONEHENGE to complement The World of Stonehenge exhibition at the British Museum.

The annual New Year party and Awards Evening now becomes a SPRING PARTY and AWARDS EVENING planned for 7 April.

The annual Planning Forum arranged by the Development group on the IMPACT of CLIMATE CHANGE on PLANNING and DESIGN will be held on the 28th April 2022 and PHIL HARDING has kindly agreed to speak at our AGM in June

Brenda Hunt is arranging tours with Gerald Steer on MATHEMATICAL TILING in the City, David Richards will conduct a TOUR of DINTON and a THEMED CITY TOUR, Richard Deane will lead an ARCHITECTURAL CITY TOUR,  and with luck  there may be another visit to the important and interesting  NORRINGTON MANOR.

Janet Patch and Cathy Chalk are researching the installation of blue plaques to ANTHONY TROLLOPE, CECIL BEATON and FRANCES HALE.

Plans for Autumn begin in September with our Heritage Open Days on the RIVERS & WATER COURSES of SALISBURY, this will include a series of walks, talks, exhibitions and other activities all based around the beautiful rivers and hidden water courses in and around the city.  For refreshing and modern inspiration, Jamie Hobson has invited MORAG MYERSCOUGH to talk about her installations and immersive spatial artworks transforming  places and championing community and public interaction.