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WHAT HAPPENING IN 2014!

Salisbury Playhouse - One of Britains leading producing theatres with a National reputation for home-grown which attracts audiences ov over 100,000 a year! The Playhouse has a full programme again for 2014 - shows include; The Canterbury Tales, The Last Post, Happy Birthday Shakespear, Oh What a Lovely War and more.. Visit: www.salisburyplayhouse.com

Salisbury City Hall - Some fantastic live entertainment in store for 2014, in the form of shows, music, comedy and dance! The calandar of events includes; Jules Holland on 30th April 2014, Dirty Dancing on 13th June, Alan Davies on 16th October and much more.. Visit www.cityhallsalisbury.co.uk

Salisbury International Arts Festival - 23rd May - 7th June
The next Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival is set to be even better than the last! Booking opens to the general public at 10am Tuesday 4 March. See what's on: www.salisburyfestival.co.uk

Larmer Tree Festival - 16th-20th July 2014
Larmer Tree music festival has a great line up again this year.. Acts include; Tom Jones, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls. Larmer Tree Gardens, nr Salisbury, on the Wiltshire/Dorset border.
Visit: www.larmertreefestival.co.uk

Music in the Parks - Sunday 22nd June, 6th July, 20th July and 3rd August
Held in Queen Elizabeth Gardens between 2pm -4pm.

Salisbury Contemporary Craft & Heritage Fayre - 6th-7th September 2014
Salisbury’s Contemporary Craft & Heritage Fayre allows craft makers to showcase their skills and sell their works in the Cathedral Close. Our local heritage is also on show with practical workshops and interactive demonstrations available. Visit: www.salisburycraftfayre.org

Food and Drink Festival - 20-21st September 2014
Salisbury Food & Drink Festival is set to be a fantastic week of foodie events, family fun and gourmet produce, in and around the city. Opening with the annual Food & Drink Market Day on Sunday 8th September, local and regional stalls will fill the Market Square and spread into the Guildhall with fresh, local foods and locally made drinks.

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Salisbury Markets

The Salisbury Market Square has been refurbished and will be host to some new and exciting events in 2014!

Charter Markets - The Charter Market is a twice-weekly retail market held in Salisbury Market Place. Held every Tuesday and Saturday, the market is open from 8am until 4pm. The market comprises a wide range of approximately 90 stalls of various sizes, including 12 farmers' stalls!

Farmers Markets - Salisbury City Council is starting a new market for Salisbury bringing together the best of locally produced food, drink, plants and a wealth of artisan products. First Sunday of every month.  10am - 3pm in the Guildhall Square

Vintage Markets - This years Vintage Markets will take place on Friday 28th March, Friday 27th June and Friday 26th September 2014 from 11am-7pm each day.

Teenage Markets - The Teenage Market gives young people a chance to trade at their local market.  As well as a creative retail offer, The Teenage Market also includes a performance element giving a free platform for local performers and large community groups to showcase their skills and talents. Teenage markets are scheduled for Sunday 30th March, Sunday 13th July and Sunday 26th October.

International Market - Salisbury's International Market will take place this year on Sunday 25th and Monday 26th May 2014 from 10am - 6pm in the Guildhall Square and Market Place.

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Salisbury Attractions!

Salisbury Cathedral is a beautiful and historic medieval building, an international symbol of Christianity and a world class heritage attraction.
The Cathedral hosts regular classical, choral and contemporary concerts featuring English and visiting International choirs, and the renowned Organ Recital Series.  Morning Worship with Holy Communion and Choral Evensong services are held most days.   www.salisburycathedral.org.uk

Stonehenge is the world's best known Megalithic monument. Built around 3100BC, the huge stone circle is a World Heritage Site.  Stonehenge stands on Salisbury Plain, just 8 www.stonehenge.co.uk

Wilton House is one of the Treasure Houses of England.  The home of the Earl of Pembroke, this 460 year old building with its history, architecture, art treasures and 21 acres of gardens and parkland attracts visitors from all over the world.www.wiltonhouse.co.uk

Salisbury Racecourse - Set in the middle of picturesque Wiltshire countryside, within view of the Cathedral, the Racecourse hosts around 15 thoroughbred flat race meetings during the year plus a race-day for Arabian horses.  www.salisburyracecourse.co.uk

Hawk Conservancy Trust - If you’ve ever wanted to get close to, or even hold, a bird of prey then the Hawk Conservancy Trust, in Hampshire is the place to visit. As a specialist bird of prey centre, which has operated for over 25 years, the staff are recognised as being among the best falconers in the world. Set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, the Trust is home to over 150 birds of prey – from the tiny Pygmy Owl to the impressive Steller’s Sea Eagles.  www.hawkconservancy.org

Cholderton Charlie's Rare Breed Farm - A fun day out for all is guaranteed at Cholderton Charlie’s Farm Park situated on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border near Stonehenge. The Rare Breeds farm offers plenty of hands on activities to keep you entertained from walking a goat around the farm to cuddling chicks...  www.choldertoncharliesfarm.com

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