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  • Clare Christopher on An Event at St. Martin’s Junior SchoolThanks so much for your comment, Maureen! Lovely to find out what the photo is all about. Sounds like a...
  • Maureen Oxborrow on An Event at St. Martin’s Junior SchoolThis was to celebrate the queens coronation ,we had a party held for children from Trinity St,Love Lane,andGigant Street.Races were...
  • Robert Bennett on Lionel’s WarI’m glad to help Clare. Will you then correct the caption on the photo? Notice how as well as the...
  • Clare Christopher on Lionel’s WarThanks so much for your comment, and for correcting us about the photograph!
  • Robert Bennett on Lionel’s WarHello very interesting to see your page. My own great uncle joined the Wilts Regiment in the same month of...
  • Jennifer Thomas on 2. The Greencroft Childrensuch happy memories.
  • Clare Christopher on The Little Junk ShopThanks for sharing your memory of Jim and Mary. Good luck with your shop!
  • Jonathan Usher on The Little Junk ShopMy Gran Lived next door to Jim and Mary just a few house along in Greencroft Street. I would love...
  • Clare Christopher on 8. Walking Culver StreetSo glad to hear you are enjoying the website! Thanks for sending in a comment, we love to get them....
  • Pandrosion on 8. Walking Culver StreetThank you, great article. I LOVE to read about these older places / times, but it's also sad the buildings...
  • Sandra Brown on The Drover or ‘Cow Walloper’ based on Percy AndrewsGreat to see a picture of my uncle and two cousins together. As a family we used to live next...
  • Veronica Guy on Contact usHi there, came across this site by accident and I love it. I was born in Salisbury in 1971 but...
  • Clare Christopher on Photo gallery of the creation of the Bridge MuralWhat a good idea Jenny!
  • Jenny bolwell on Photo gallery of the creation of the Bridge MuralI think all underpass should be done its bright informative and better than drab or graffiti covered
  • Brian J Ford on Rampart Road : The Whole StoryFirst visiting Salisbury in 1969 but later coming here to live in 1974, living on Milford Hill about 8 or...
  • Adrian Harris on The Greencroft in the Twentieth CenturyMy brother and I had very fond memories of playing and living on The Greencroft. Being the older, I was...
  • babz on 11. St Mary’sAs the current manager of St Marys, I would love to collect and display photos and stories detailing her long...
  • Steve Colwill on A painted view of the Greencroft.Further to my previous comment, I would like to add what I remember about some of the businesses depicted in...
  • Steve Colwill on A painted view of the Greencroft.I grew up in St. Edmunds Church Street in the late 1960s and through the 70s. The Greencroft was the...
  • Barry luffman on Rampart Road’s Shops and BusinessesThis has brought back so many memories to what we had in the past thank you for you research.
  • Brian FORD on Rampart Road’s Shops and BusinessesBeing an 'incomer' I find it fascinating to find what had been before my arrival in 1974.
  • Michael Safe on 2. The Greencroft ChildrenI clearly remember the mayhem described by Trevor. One particularly strong memory is the sight of rockets being directed along...
  • Michael Safe on About the projectI have very many happy memories of Foster's Bakery. Although we had Marshall's Bakery on the corner of Greencroft St...
  • Clare Christopher on 6. Milford StreetWe would love to see any photos that you may have!
  • Jeanette Houghton on 6. Milford StreetWe - The Brown family , my father Jock Brown worked at the Brewery and we lived at No 44...