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Our Famous Quire

Salisbury Cathedral has largest and earliest complete set of canon stalls in the country (13th century) They were made in 1236 with oak given by King Henry III. The tip-up seats(misericords) are 13C, with foliage decoration. The front row of seats are originally 13C but repaired, half being replaced in 17C. Musical angels, grotesque figures and animals date from Scott's restoration (1860-75).

Our Girl Choir

In 1991, the same year in which the 900th anniversary of the founding of the very first boys' choir was celebrated, Salisbury became the first English Cathedral to form a separate and independent foundation for girl choristers.

Drama class near the Font

Our Education and Outreach team run a full range of fun and educational programmes for all ages throughout the year

Support from Volunteers

Over 600 volunteers support the Cathedral using their time and talents in a wide range of roles from guiding, flower arranging, tomb cleaning and even administrative duties!

Supporting Others

Our staff regularly volunteer to help pack boxes for the Trussell Trust food bank


The Dean's Welcome

The Very Revd June Osborne invites you to browse our website and learn more about the depth and breadth of our worship and outreach