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The What's On Guide is one of the most comprehensive listings for charities and non profit making events in the local area.

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Outdoor Events Chalke Valley Challenge 2016
10K Race and 3K fun run / walk in aid of charity - FOBS - Friends of Broad Chalke School

On: 10.30am Sun 16th Oct 2016
Until: 11.50am Sun 16th Oct 2016
Address: Chalke Valley Sports Centre, Knighton Road, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, SP5 5HX
Contact name: Michaela Johns
Phone number: 01722 780915
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.chalkevalleychallenge.co.uk
Outdoor Events Salisbury Charter Fair
The annual Charter Fair comes back to Salisbury. Exciting rides, games, candy floss, toffee apples and much more!

Pop in to Salisbury Information Centre to pick up your 50p off per rider tokens!

On: Sun 16th Oct 2016
Until: Wed 19th Oct 2016
Address: Market Place, Salisbury, SP1 1JH
Website: http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk
Live Music Lynched
Dublin's finest "folk miscreants" play Salisbury for a night of rousing songs and the finest harmonies.

This gig is a fundraiser for Salisbury Hospice who get £2.50 from each ticket.

On: 19:30 Tue 18th Oct 2016
Address: The Chapel, Milford Street, Salisbury, SP1 2AP
Website: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/362711
Live Music The Furrow Collective
A unique evening of music with BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Nominees The Furrow Collective. Enjoy a concert of strikingly unaffected vocals accompanied by harp, guitar, viola, concertina, piano, banjo, fiddles and musical saw.

On: 8pm Thu 20th Oct 2016
Address: Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
Website: http://www.salisburyartsentre.co.uk
Winkle - Life at Full Throttle
Captain Eric Brown, better known as Winkle – died in February. Winkle was the nation’s greatest pilot and the world’s most renowned test pilot.

In a career of just 30 years, he flew 487 types, carried 2407 deck landings and 2721 catapult launches. He meet most of the senior figures of the time and was there when history was being made.

This is the story of the man rather than the machines he flew. Paul Beaver is his authorised biographer.

On: 19.00 Thu 20th Oct 2016
Until: 20.45 Thu 20th Oct 2016
Address: Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop, SO208DY
Website: http://www.armyflying.com
NADFAS at Night: Have You Good Taste?
It’s hard enough telling whether your artwork is any good, but is it also socially acceptable? In an entertaining survey including artistic beauties as well as beasts, we focus on what can make art socially questionable, to conclude with a revealing definition of kitsch. But don’t expect that in the end, when it comes to good and bad taste, we’ll all agree on which is which – and which is kitsch.
If you've had a busy day, a NADFAS at Night talk is the perfect way to unwind with a drink in relaxed surroundings with good company.
Tickets £10 (incl. glass of wine or soft drink) from www.nadfas.com/salisbury or call 020 7430 0730

On: 7.00pm Thu 20th Oct 2016
Until: 8.30pm Thu 20th Oct 2016
Address: Cavell Room, Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Website: http://www.nadfas.com/salisbury
The history of the Bishop's Palace & tour
Salisbury Cathedral Close Preservation Society Autumn Lecture

“The history of Salisbury’s Bishop’s Palace”
Lecture & Tour of The Palace
by Andrew Stewart M Ed BA
Thursday 20th October 6.30 pm in The Bishop’s Palace

Andrew Stewart was the Bishop’s Chorister in 1977 and remains a Lay Vicar. He is IT Manager and Geography teacher at The Cathedral School and has over a quarter of a century’s experience of living, learning and teaching in The Bishop’s Palace

The Bishop’s Palace has been greatly altered through the centuries to cater for the differing needs and egos of the Bishops. In the 15th Century Bishop Beauchamp added a tower and a ninety foot great hall – the latter has been demolished. Our lecture will be in Bishop Poore’s more modest, sixty foot, 13th Century great hall, the oldest part of the palace. Medieval Bishops spent most of their time travelling their Dioceses and on the King’s affairs, spending little time in their Palaces. In 1384 our lecture room hosted an historic and vitriolic parliament attended by King Richard II and his Barons during which a friar tried to accuse John of Gaunt of masterminding a plot to kill the king. After the reformation, accommodation was needed for Bishops’ families. Bishop Moberly’s wife presented him with fifteen children and in 1884 they celebrated their Golden Wedding in the palace. Their 41 grandchildren would surely have been invited !

Tickets may be obtained in person from Sarum College reception

£10 to include a glass of wine.

On: 18.30 Thu 20th Oct 2016
Address: The Bishop's Palace, 1 The Close, Salisbury SP1 22EQ
Contact name: Richard Owen
Phone number: 01722 331623
Contact email: email
Bingo and Quizzes The Big Quiz
Looking for local groups and businesses to take part in our big quiz. £5 per team of 6 max, there is a bar and free light refreshments. For more info speak to Gilbert. Community Champion . Tesco
Salisbury 2 Southampton Rd. All proceeds go to British Heart foundation and diabetes UK

On: 7pm Thu 20th Oct 2016
Address: Stockmans Lounge, Salisbury Livestock Market, Netherhampton Road, SP2 8HR
Phone number: 07718502775
Contact email: email
Live Music Ian Shaw Trio
Ian Shaw is widely regarded to be one of the greatest male jazz vocalists in the world, with his exquisite interpretations of popular classics and accomplished original material.

On: 7.30pm Fri 21st Oct 2016
Address: Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
Website: http://www.salisburyartsentre.co.uk
Outdoor Events Salisbury Carnival
Line the City Centre streets and enjoy our illuminated procession!
Don't Forget! Entertainment and fair rides in the Guildhall Square from Midday!
Procession starts from Millstream Approach.

On: 19:30 Fri 21st Oct 2016
Until: Fri 21st Oct 2016
Address: Salisbury City Council, Starting Millstream Approach, SP1 3UE
Website: http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk
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