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Salisbury Cathedral is a place of learning for people of all ages, whether through curriculum-based education programmes for schools, colleges and universities, through family learning or as adults in lifelong learning.


The range of opportunities offers everyone a chance to explore and engage with this fascinating, iconic building whatever their level of interest.


From its role as a significant place of worship to its historic value and status as a key example of Gothic Early English architecture, there are many aspects to discover and gain inspiration from.

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Front page of a piece written in the death of Thomas Chubb and kept in Salisbury Cathedral Library
Written by Ken Smith, library and archive volunteer. Amongst the thousands of venerable...More
(Picture: Archivist Emily Naish with John Glen, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Arts,...More