... is on Wednesday May 17th, starting at 7.30 pm in the Church Hall, Butts Road, Chiseldon SN4 0NJ.
‘Salisbury Cathedral - the Making and Unmaking of a Masterpiece’.
Speaker: Christopher Rogers
Salisbury Cathedral was built between 1220 and 1266 when the plain style of the Normans gave way to the Early English and Gothic styles. Christopher is a cathedral Blue Badge Guide who will reveal less well-known features of this architectural and historical delight.
Meetings are free to members, but there is a £3.00 charge for visitors. Why not join us? Membership is still only £10 a year. For details of the 2017 programme of talks and events, click here.
The Museum in The Old Chapel, Butts Road is now open, with new displays to supplement the permanent exhibition.
Displays this year include The Ridgeway Theatre Company and details of Chiseldon men who died in The Great War in 1917 – Frederick Bailey, William Gullis and V J (Jack) Horton.
The Museum will be open every Saturday until October, from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm. Admission is free.
Please let us know if you have any objects or photos relating to the history of the parish which we could add to our collections.
We can offer talks to interested groups on the village and its history, on the Cauldrons and on Chiseldon Camp. Please get in touch via the website, email or phone for more details.