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Salisbury Literary Festival – Free Children's Event
Join award winning author, Kristina Stephenson and find out all about Salisbury’s favourite knight, Sir Charlie Stinkysocks and his latest adventure.

Come dressed in your best fancy dress to win a prize, and get ready for cake, balloons and derring-do!

The fun children’s event is free (age 4+) and starts at 10:45

On: 10:45 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: Salisbury Library, Market Place, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1BL
Website: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/libraries-home
Salisbury Literary Festival - Salisbury Greats
Richard Creasey is an author in his own right, as well as a longstanding leading television producer.

In this special talk in Salisbury Library he will look back over his father, John Creasey’s, life and offer a fascinating glimpse at one of the most influential crime writers of the twentieth century.

Please visit Salisbury Library and pick up your free ticket during normal opening hours.

Mon 10-7
Tues 9-7
Wed 9-5
Thurs 9-5
Fri 9-7
Sat 9-5
Sun Closed

On: 13:15 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: Salisbury Library, Market Place, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1BL
Website: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/libraries-home
Live Music Salisbury Literary Festival – Free Children’s Event
Join children’s authors JR Wallis and Dave Rudden for a monster of an event in Salisbury Library.

The event runs from 16:00-17:00

Please visit Salisbury Library and pick up your free ticket during normal opening hours.

Mon 10-7
Tues 9-7
Wed 9-5
Thurs 9-5
Fri 9-7
Sat 9-5
Sun Closed

On: 16:00 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: Salisbury Library, Market Place, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1BL
Website: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/libraries-home
The Runaways
A mesmerising blend of quick thinking, side splitting jokes and big imaginations, The Runaways are bringing their show to Salisbury once again!

On: 8pm Sat 28th Oct 2017
Repeating: The forth Saturday of each month
Address: The Market Inn, 16 Butcher Row, Salisbury, SP1 1EP
Website: http://www.therunawaysimprov.co.uk
Climbing Wall
The climbing wall is back and forms part of the teenage market! Come and test your strength and check out the views across the square from the top. Do you have a head for heights?

On: 10am Sat 28th Oct 2017
Until: 3pm Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: Guildhall Square, Market Place, Salisbury, Wilts
Website: http://salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk
Live Music BREAK COVER - Live at The New Inn
Break Cover at The New Inn Amesbury.

On: 21.00 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Until: 23.00 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: The New Inn, 10 High Street, Amesbury, SP4 7DL
Website: http://www.breakcoverband.com
Reformation Study Day
2017 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 theses on the door of the castle chapel in Wittenberg – the event known as the starting point of the Reformation. Salisbury Cathedral is hosting a study day looking at the impact and repercussions in Britain and specifically Salisbury.
Time table:
10.15 Welcome
10.30 – 11.30 Lecture by Dr Lucy Wooding: England's reformations: myths and memories
An exploration of the different ways in which the Reformation shaped English society, and how it has been remembered, mythologized, and contested.'
Dr Lucy Wooding is the Langford Fellow and Tutor in History at Lincoln College Oxford, and a specialist in the history of the Reformation. She is the author of Rethinking Catholicism in
11.45 – 12.45 The Reformation at Salisbury Cathedral through the Library and Archive collections. A talk and display of rare books and documents by the Cathedral’s Archivist Emily Naish.
12.45 – 14.00 Try the Refectory or Belltower tearooms for lunch but do make sure you see the reconstruction of St Osmund’s shrine replicated through the use of archival descriptions in the Trinity Chapel. (Lunch not included in price)
14.00 – 15.30 The Impact of the Reformation on the People of Salisbury. A study session with Alastair Endersby.
A workshop exploring how the religious upheavals of the Tudor period were experienced by the people of Salisbury, through the revealing evidence of the accounts of St Thomas and St Edmund’s churchwardens.
Alastair teaches at Bishop Wordsworth's School in the Close and is a regular worshipper in the Cathedral. He graduated in History from Cambridge in 1990.
15.45 – 17.00 Choice of activity. Choose from
a) Salisbury Cathedral Tour of the Reformation - 60 minutes
b) Guided visit to St Thomas’s Church - 60 minutes
c) A hands-on practical workshop recreating pre-Reformation illumination/book binding with gold leaf – 90 minutes
Tickets £40 to include all 3 talks, tea and coffee and 1 x own choice session

On: 10:15 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Until: 17:00 Sat 28th Oct 2017
Address: Salisbury Cathedral, North Transept, The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EF
Website: https://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/events/reformation-study-day
Hearing Cafe
The Hearing Cafe is for anyone living with a hearing loss to meet others and chat with those in a similar situation. Free tea, coffee and cold drinks are provided. Hear to Help Salisbury (Action on Hearing Loss) facilitate the group, offering support and information about local services.
You do not need to be registered as a patient to attend.
For more information please contact Katy.

On: 10am Wed 1st Nov 2017
Repeating: The first Wednesday of each month
Address: Fountain Cafe, Salisbury Medical Practice, Fisherton House, Fountain Way, Salisbury, SP2 7FD
Contact name: Katy Gillingham
Phone number: 01722 333034
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.salisburymedicalpractice.co.uk
Tidworth Military Wives' Choir New Members' Night
Tidworth Military Wives' Choir welcomes new members to come and see what being part of our lovely choir is all about on the first Thursday of every month. There's no audition and no need to be able to read music. The only things you do need is a sense of fun and the will to give it a go.
If you'd like more information please contact the Members' Secretary at tidworth@militarywiveschoirs.org.

On: 7pm Thu 2nd Nov 2017
Repeating: On the first Thursday of each month
Address: St Michael's Garrison Church, St Michael's Avenue, Tidworth, SP9 7EA
Contact name: Sarah Hannam
Phone number: 07788 442984
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.militarywiveschoirs.org
RAF Dakota KN630.
Colonel Paul Edwards will talk briefly about the iconic Dakota DC3 and how it has been operated across the world before moving on to the tragic story of RAF Dakota KN630.
The aircraft crashed in the high jungle of northern Malaya in 1950 on operations against terrorists during the "Emergency".
All 12 on board perished in the crash in an area considered to be "inaccessible" by virtue of the terrain, its occupation by terrorists and the high density of booby traps laid to prevent security forces entering the area.
This is his very personal account of how the aircraft was located after nearly 60 years and the remains of those servicemen carried out of the jungle for appropriate burial with full military honours.
The talk will include a short documentary made at the time by the RAF media team.
A curry supper is available from the The Museum of Flying's Apache Cafe team from 6pm (vegetarian meal also offered).

On: 19.00 Thu 2nd Nov 2017
Until: 21.00 Thu 2nd Nov 2017
Address: Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop, Hampshire, SO20 8DY
Website: https://www.armyflying.com/events/expert-talks/dakota-lecture/?added=true
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