TASTE Salisbury continued on Sunday with street food and a musical performance at the Old Ale and Coffee House.

Over the course of the ten-day event there will be a programme of events, special promotions and discounts held across the city.

Salisbury BID, Experience Salisbury and Salisbury City Council have come together to produce the city-wide feastival.

Venues including Salisbury Museum, Salisbury Arts Centre and Salisbury Cathedral are all involved. Arundells in the Cathedral Close also jumped at the chance to be part of the festivities.

At the Old Ale and Coffee House on Sunday, music came from Somehow I'm Home, and the food on offer was sampled from across the world.

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