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Sunday Lunch in Salisbury
If you are in Salisbury on a sunny Sunday, then I'd definitely recommend The Mill pub for Sunday lunch. It is located right in the center, on The Maltings, next to the river. There are loads of outside tables. We had a very decent lunch and watched the ducklings swimming by. I didn't think much of the children's choices, so we just bought an extra adult's meal and split it between our two kids. The staff were very happy to bring and extra plate and even gave us some extra veggies - for free.
Posted on 5/5/2012 by Jeremy Johnson
More about Salisbury City Hall
Yes, I agree that the City Hall is a great place to watch all kinds of different shows, most of which are really inexpensive. The Salisburg Amateur Operatic Society is performing here in May, with their version of the Pirates of Penzance. David Essex is coming here for a concert in June as well.
Posted on 5/1/2008 by John Sehlman
Salisbury City Hall
I recently went to Salisbury city hall to see Russell Brand. It was a great night. The seats were good, the tickets cheap and the car park was just a two-minute walk away. The car park was also free, which was a bonus. I live fairly locally and had never been to see a show at the city hall before and would thoroughly recommend it. The calendar for the forthcoming season looks good and quite varied.
Posted on 10/12/2006 by Will Browning
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