VENUES across Salisbury and district will be reopening their doors this week to welcome back visitors once again after the second lockdown.

The Salisbury Museum is reopening its doors tomorrow (Thursday, December 3). Opening hours will be Thursday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm.

The museum says there will be “something for everyone to enjoy in the run-up to Christmas” including the Tudor LEGO exhibition and the Pick & Mix exhibition of curious and fascinating objects from its collection. For more go to

Boscombe Down Aviation Collection based on Old Sarum Airfield was reopening from today (December 2). Visit for more information.

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The farmyard at River Bourne Community Farm is open again to the public from tomorrow (December 3). Entry is via online booking. Go to

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The Regal Cinema in Fordingbridge reopens today (December 2).

Bridget Mulrooney, the cinema's operations and film programming manager said: "We are pleased to have been able to open The Regal Cinema in Fordingbridge once more with our first screening taking place on Wednesday 2nd December.

"Having put all the Covid safety precautions and protocols in place already it has, thankfully, been much easier this time around to prepare for our re-opening."

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She added: "We continue to be humbled by the support we have received and we are thrilled that we will be able to be apart of everybody’s Christmas this year with films such as The Holiday, Elf and It’s A Wonderful Life showing over the festive period."

Salisbury Playhouse and Salisbury Arts Centre are reopening next week.

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