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Event for 07 September 2017

Salisbury’s Historic Pubs and Inns
Multiple Day Event
Start: 12:15
End: 22:30

Location: Salisbury
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Heritage Open Days


‘Salisbury’s Historic Pubs and Inns’ programme for Heritage Open Days, September 2017

Salisbury Civic Society and the Salisbury and South Wilts branch of CAMRA will be collaborating on a “Salisbury’s Historic Pubs and Inns” themed programme for the Heritage Open Days in September 2017.
Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture. It’s a chance for the public to see hidden places and try out new experiences.
The Salisbury’s Historic Pubs and Inns events will be a great opportunity to learn more about Salisbury’s fascinating pubs, history and architecture. All events are free although you must pre-book the tours as numbers are limited. Event details and links to the Eventbrite booking site for tours are available on the link below.
Salisbury Pub Heritage Walks
The Heritage Open Days in September will include short walking tours of Salisbury’s pub heritage. The centre of Salisbury once had over 70 pubs and there are more than 300 pub names associated with its historic buildings. Come hear the fascinating history of Salisbury’s existing pubs and its many lost pubs and inns from Ed Garman of CAMRA. The walks will include refreshment stops en-route.
Tours: Friday 8th Sept and Saturday 9th Sept. Places are limited to 14 per tour and must be pre-booked via Eventbrite.
Lost and Found: An Exhibition of Salisbury’s Historic Pubs and Inns
Local Salisbury artist Fred Fieber has now completed over 80 drawings of Salisbury’s lost and existing pubs. The Public Library, our venue for the exhibition, is on the site of one of Salisbury’s lost Inns – the Maidenhead Inn. Copies of Fred’s drawings will be available for sale from the Library along with details of all the other events celebrating Salisbury’s historic pubs and Inns during the Heritage Open Days.
Exhibition dates: Saturday 2nd– Saturday 9th September ground floor Salisbury Public Library.
The Wyndham Arms: first home of Salisbury’s Historic Hop Back Brewery
As part of a series of events to mark the 30th anniversary of the brewery, the Wyndham Arms and the Hop Back Brewery will have an exhibition to mark the occasion in the upstairs function room of the pub.
Exhibition dates: Thursday 7th – Sunday 10th September upstairs function room Wyndham Arms
The Rai d’Or: unveiling by Phil Harding of a Blue Plaque commemorating Agnes Bottenham
At 12.15 on Thursday 7th September local archaeologist Phil Harding will be unveiling a Salisbury Civic Society Blue Plaque outside the Rai d’Or pub and restaurant dedicated to Agnes Bottenham, C14th publican and founder of nearby Trinity Hospital.
Roman Beer: A Heritage Open Day’s lecture at Salisbury Rugby Club
Come along and hear about the origins of our national drink on Thursday 7th September 7pm for a 7.30pm start at Salisbury Rugby Club. The bar will be open for refreshments.
The Haunch of Venison Pub Salisbury
This mid-C15th building is one of Salisbury’s most historic and atmospheric pubs and is listed in CAMRA’s National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.  Hidden away behind the upstairs restaurant and not normally accessible to the public, is the “Churchill bar” where it is said that Winston Churchill and Ike Eisenhower took refreshment when staying at Wilton House and planning the invasion of Europe during WW II.  You will be able to visit this bar only during the Heritage Open Day tours.
Tours: dates and times Thursday 7th September 4.30pm-5pm, Friday 8th September4.30pm -5 pm. Places are limited to 12 per tour and must be pre-booked via Eventbrite.
The Former Three Crowns Inn Harnham
The former Three Crowns Inn now a family-run guesthouse, was a winner of a 2016 Conservation Award from the Salisbury Civic Society.  This partly C18th listed grade II building had been derelict for some years before its restoration. What made the conservation work standout was the rescue of some remarkable and elaborate C18th plasterwork within the buildings main room, now the guest house dining room. This plasterwork will be viewed during the tours.
Tours: Thursday 7th Sept 13.00 & 14.00; Friday 8th Sept 12.00, 13.00 & 14.00. Places are limited to 12 per tour and must be pre-booked via Eventbrite.
Please click on the following link to take you through to the HOD’s poster and application links for all the visits  HODS Publication

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