WE PROUDLY PRESENT A SERIES OF 4 LOCAL 
HISTORY PRESENTATIONS VIA YOUTUBE

Throughout the festival, on each evening at 7pm, a new presentation will be available to view and enjoy.

Thursday 27th

from 7pm

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Salisbury through the Ages - Children's Peace Pageant of 1919


by Neil Leacy

Told through local newspaper reports, photos and film, this is the story of Frank Steven’s and the creation of Salisbury’s biggest ever street parade. Featuring 4,000 children, numerous horses and dogs, musical bands and an incredible array of costumes this is still the largest ever parade to have flowed through the streets of Salisbury.

Friday 28th

from 7pm

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B is for Bradbeer

by Ruby Vitorino

 

The story of Firmin Bradbeer, landlord of the Haunch of Venison, 1903 - 1945.

Saturday 29th

from 7pm

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Fisherton House Asylum Part 2


by Frogg Moody

Continuing the fascinating history of this famous Salisbury asylum. Watch part 1 here.

Sunday 30th

from 7pm

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Street Memories - Catherine Street


by Neil Leacy

A pictorial glance down one of Salisbury's favourite thoroughfares. Using photos, postcards and adverts to share some of the stories and knowledge of the shops and people that make up some of the memories of Catherine Street from members of Fisherton History Society.

Watch now

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Fisherton House Asylum Part 1


by Frogg Moody

Frogg Moody discusses gardening,
mental health and the fascinating
history of Salisbury's Old Manor Hospital.