for a day out to Salisbury on Friday April 20th 2018
Known as the “City within the Countryside” Salisbury is most famous for the 800 year old Gothic cathedral which houses one of the few remaining originals of the 1215 Magna Carta, and is also where former Prime Minister, Edward Heath was laid to rest. A medieval city surrounded by the country it contains many examples of Tudor buildings. There is so much to do and see, the cathedral, the Close, Mompasson House and for those feeling more adventurous Old Sarum is only a short bus ride away. When it comes to eating there is so much to choose from, small cafes to larger restaurants to suit every taste. There are also the usual high street shops and stores along with more individual shops and boutiques
Price:- Members of the Friends £13.50; non-members £15.50
There will be 2 pick up points, Brixham at 8:15am, Churston Library at 8.30am.
Departure from Dorchester will be at 4:30pm.
As always Churston Library would appreciate it if people arriving by car would not use the library car park as this is for library users only.
The Staff thank you in advance for your co-operation.