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St Andrew's Church, Rollestone

A Church Owned by Religious Crusaders This tiny, charming church, which overlooks the River Till was built mainly in the 13th-century, of flint and stone chequerwork with two large Perpendicular windows. The little wooden bell-turret was added in the 19th-century. Ins... read more
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St George's Church, Orcheston

A Secluded Church in a Lush Valley One of two Medieval churches in a small village off the Salisbury to Devizes road, St George’s is attractively secluded in its lush valley. It is built of flint and stone with a Norma... read more
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St Leonard's Church, Berwick

Poignant Monuments to Lost Children The low tower and pretty porch of this tiny church are seen through trees from the road. Of 12th-century origin, an 1859 restoration by the owner of the local Fonthill estate saved it from co... read more
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St Mary and St Lawrence, Stratford Tony

Hidden... Down Lane, Across Stream, Up a Bank This Medieval church is reached down a narrow lane, over a footpath across a stream and up a steep bank, making the journey to reach it part of the adventure. Externally... read more
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St Mary's Church, Chute Forest

A Low Budget Church Standing remote in rural surroundings and designed by J L Pearson in 1875, St Mary’s is a fine example of low budget inventiveness. The church was erected at the expense of the Fowle family, whose mortal rema... read more
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St Mary's Church, Maddington

A Beautiful Church with Chequerboard Walls Set in a shady churchyard, this lovely church lies at the top of a long footpath. It has a low west tower, a long nave, chancel and south transept, presumably for a family pe... read more
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St Mary's Church, South Tidworth

An Extravagently Rich Interior Standing south of the garrison town of Tidworth, this fine steepled edifice surrounded by trees was designed in 1878 by John Johnson, the architect of London’s Alexandra Palace. However the quality of the exterior, considerable though i... read more
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St Mary's Old Church, Wilton

A Memorial to the People of Wilton On completion of Wyatt and Brandon’s 'Italianate’ church in 1845, this 'old' church in the Market Place was partially demolished, leaving only the chancel with one bay of the nave, and the ruins of the ar... read more
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Curious About Salisbury

Have fun discovering Salisbury with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Find answers to clues and match pictures whilst reading stories about this fabulous city – you’re guaranteed to spot things you’ve never noticed before. The two walks can be... read more
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Oxfam Art Gallery

The Oxfam Art Gallery at Salisbury Oxfam is the world's first, and so far only, Oxfam Gallery, based right in the heart of this picturesque cathedral city. We seek to provide a unique exhibition experience to all artists and visitors. ... read more
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