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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
As a fairly new Salisbury resident,I never tire of the sight of the spire soaring into the sky whether I am taking my favourite walk around Old Sarum or returning to the city on one of the main radial roads or cycling along the Close at night and wondering at the floodlit scene displayed before me.
To sit inside the mighty building listening to the organ at full stretch(I thought the Cathedral would take off into Space the first time I listened!)is wonderfully moving.
I am a"Friend "of the Cathedral but I really feel it is MY friend;always there and solid.
Frank Mucci Had the pleasure of visiting this past July ('08). Absolutely fabulous. The viewing of one of the four copies of the Magna Carta was of great interest, as well. Canada calling.
Robert Fawcett We (choir from Pasadena, Texas) sang at the Cathedral during the second week of July. I was so moved by the reverence of this holy place. As our choir sang "Surely the presence of God is in this place" I felt the touch of God upon me. I shall lovingly carry Salisbury Cathedral in my heart and soul forever.
I have seen the cathedral on holiday and it is a beautiful building, worth the trip!
Jill Searle Yesterday, 27th September 2008, I came back to Salisbury with my husband David, and some of our family, to reaffirm our marriage vows at St. John's Church Bemerton on the occasion of our 50th Wedding Anniversary. My best friend Ann was also with us (we 'girls' were both born and lived in Salisbury for many years). This morning we all visited the Cathedral on its' 750th Anniversary day, and were able to view the new Font - what a beautiful creation - congratulations to all those involved in its' production. We were also treated to more singing from the excellent choir. We left the Close with feelings of peace and calm. What a perfect finish to a very special weekend.
Beverley Just to say a huge thank you to our guide Tim who spent 2 hours with us today. He gave us an amazing insight into all aspects of the cathedral and the history that surrounds it. Thanks Mike and Beverley
Miriam Snider Salisbury Cathedral is one of the most inspiring cathedrals that I have visited. My husband and I attended Evening Mattins and thoroughly enjoyed the choir, especially the young boys, and the service in its entirity. Thank you for preserving this site for all of the generations to come. We were honored to see and enjoy our visit.