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Tim Andrews What a beautiful cathedral! Congratulations on the restoration. All England should be proud of such a magnificent and historical piece of architecture. Nothing like that here in the states.
Graham Lovegrove, Australia My wife & I were able to visit your beautiful Cathedral in June 2008. It was a wonderful & moving experience. We also were able to visit Winchester, Chichester, Canterbury Cathedrals as well as Holy Trinity Parish Church at Stratford Upon Avon and St. Leonards, Hythe. This last Church has been my ancestors place of worship for over 600 years. This was a very emotional experience. We enjoyed & appreciated every one of these historic places. May they all continue to give their local worshipers & visitors inspiration. We do hope to visit them all again one day plus York Cathedral. A visit there was planned but time beat us.
Catherine Hughes I work for Earnley Concourse and attended a one day photographic course where I met Dennis Martin (one of your guides). He was an extremely nice gentleman and has given me the encouragement to visit Salisbury Cathedral with my husband and hopefully take some photographs.
Lindsey Murray Evje
I'm currently living in the U.S., but lived in Salisbury when my youngest son was just a toddler. Several times a week I would take him to the Cathedral just to absorb the history, the unimaginable beauty of the building and the wonderful sense of peace and tranquility. I still visit several times a year and it has provided me with a great sense of comfort. Though not a christian, I'm tremendously grateful for the Cathedral and the role it continues to play in my life. (My son grew up loving to be in the Cathedral as well; his fascination for, and love of the building, has never left him.)
Lindsey Murray Evje
Visiting your cathederal made a good weekend in Salisbury a very special time.
Visiting Evensong was a truely breathtaking experience ... thank you all as well for making us feel so at home at the Sunday Eucharist..
Michael Skinner I am just watching the Time Team programme on Ch4 and realise how much I miss not only the Cathedral but the city itself. A wonderful building full of interest whether one is religious or not.
Dennis Pacheco Love reading your sermons posted on the internet.
Hello Salisbury Catheral
I live in Salisury. I love the Salisbury Catheral it's one of my favourite builds in Salisbury and i visit it alot.
One of my visits I have seen a big cats
called Wolfie. I think it's lovely to see a cat in a catheral. visit again very soon
mark boardman After reading the brilliant 'Sarum' by Edward Rutherfurd I longed to visit Salisbury. To say I was thrilled beyond words would be an injustice. I loved every moment, and the Cathedral reduced me to tears by its serenity and reverence and beauty. To hear the choristers sing brought goose-bumps to my skin and into my soul, which hitherto I thought had been lost to the modern idyll. Thank you Sarum for giving me back my spirituality and a sense that life can be serene and not pointless. Re-reading Sarum now and thanks to my visit to your wonderful city the book has a resonance that brings he pages to life even better than the first read. Thank you Salisbury. Thank you Mr. Rutherfurd. Mark Boardman.
Mike Prior We have been visiting the cathedral 2 or 3 times a year for the last 41 years and we are always overwhelmed by it's majesty, and the work carried out by the works department to keep the cathedral in the best possible condition. Mike Prior, Trowbridge, Wiltshire