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A sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Epiphany, 15 January 2018 by Canon Robert Titley. Readings Revelation 5.1-10...More
St Mark’s Gospel Join us in the North Transept, for one night only, for a dramatised recital of St Mark’s Gospel by Gerald Osborne and Colin Heber-...
Friends of Salisbury Cathedral invite you to an intimate evening of music by candlelight. The local choral ensemble, Sarum Six, will perform music...
We caught this domestic tiff on one of the Tower balcony cameras, which looks away from the nest box, down the walkway to where peregrines keep their larder. An adult peregrine eats around 70 grams or 2.5 ounces of food per day. Peregrines eat mainly birds and pigeons are standard fare. When they are hunting, peregrines fly above their prey, then fold back their wings and dive down at speeds of up to 200mph, often striking their victim dead on impact. This dive is called the stoop. Sometime they grab a bird in mid air. This explains why pigeons stroll past the nest nonchalantly. The peregrine only represents a danger when in flight.View More