Frogg Moody

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PICTURES: Inside 14th century building that hosted William Shakespeare

The Boston Tea Party which stands in Salisbury’s High Street was once considered the most important of the city's medieval inns. This wonderful timbered building includes parts which date from the 14th century and records show that it belonged to the family of Teynturer, two of whom both held the office of Mayor.

Bygone Salisbury: Fragment of Salisbury's Steam Laundry past saved

My thanks go to Judith Casey who recently noticed the old hoarding for the Salisbury Steam Laundry that was revealed on the junction of Gorringe Road / Wilton Road. Judith quickly took a photograph and her action has preserved a little piece of history because it has now been covered over with a new advertising board.

Bygone Salisbury: A feast at Berni’s - and all for ten bob!

There has been a long tradition of hospitality at the old establishment once know as the County Hotel. Indeed, the picturesque surroundings overlooking the River Avon in Bridge Street once made the County Hotel one of the most popular in the South of England.