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  • Nikki Copleston on Rampart Road’s Shops and BusinessesLove these memories and information!
  • Nikki Copleston on Rampart Road : The HousesJust discovered these pages - very interesting! So glad this project is still going strong!
  • Nikki Copleston on The Mysterious Holes in Rampart Road’s Washing!Fascinating stuff! I love these reminiscences! I remember going round the milk factory on a school trip and feeling very...
  • Clare Christopher on The Culver Street MosaicThanks Pam! Glad you like it!
  • Pam Wall on The Culver Street MosaicWhat a fantastic mosaic to add to the collection. I love all the little stories on the interpretation page, it...
  • Clare Christopher on Contact usThanks Xander, we are delighted that you like the website. Good luck with your research! Clare, Project Co-ordinator
  • Xander Veitch on Contact usI came across this site while researching the Milford Street goods yard. This site is a gold mine of valuable...
  • Wayne Tetley on 1. The GreencroftNice to hear Michael Winterman's memories on mp3. I worked with Michael at Southerngas in Salisbury and Southampton in the...
  • Nikki Copleston on Other lost pubsI went out with a boy whose best mate knew the Brewery Tap well (this was the late 60s). It...
  • Clare Christopher on St. Mary’s HomeHi Nicky, we e-mailed Alan and he says: "Almost the entire St Mary's building behind the main-road frontage was demolished...
  • Nikki Copleston on St. Mary’s HomeThis sounds fascinating! Thank you for this bit of history, Alan! Can one go round the building now?
  • Clare Christopher on No. 88 Milford StreetThanks Paul, we will add this to our Twitter feed too. Hope you get lots of ex-pupils joining up.
  • Paul Dean on No. 88 Milford StreetThere is now a Facebook page for the original Swan School (1935-1996) before it joined up with La Retraite Girls...
  • Jo Earley on 7. The Milford Street Bridge MuralAmazing that they were allowed to destroy a medieval building - also recognise so many names from my family history...
  • Jo Earley on Introducing our Memory WalkLove the concept of a history of the working class of Salisbury. I can trace my family back to the...
  • Don Turner on The Crystal FountainHi , my name is Don Turner and I with my wife Val had the Catherine Wheel Inn from 1965...
  • Margaret Poulton on 4. Winchester StreetLouisa Churchill ( Mother of Salisbury and Reading footballer Tommy Churchill) was my great grandmother. She was remembered by many...
  • Christopher Coombs on The Story of the Inner Relief RoadPercy Churchfields dairy had to re-locate.
  • David Ralph on No. 88 Milford StreetI also attended Swans School in 1949 at Crane Street and later Milford Street and remember only too well Miss...
  • Vernon Mlls on 68 Milford Street – C. B. Ralph, grocerHi, I'm the one in the photo doing the rendering and all the refurbishment work to the shop."
  • PHILIP STEFANO on 6. Milford StreetI have fond memories of Milford Street,my Grandfather was Michael Stefano,and had the banana rooms at 43.Spent a lot of...
  • J Doyle on The Crystal FountainA lovely example of a sweet Wiltshire accent. Useful for teaching linguistics/phonetics as well as history.
  • LyndonMason on 4. Local Work OpportunitiesWhy did Goddard not buy and knock down 1 Albert Terrace, I now own one of the three flats that...
  • T Morrison on Milford Goods YardMe and my father work there for many a year delivering goods in and around Salisbury before moving to Fisherton...
  • John Palmer on The Crystal FountainThank you for your comment Garry, I hope you have found our pages interesting.