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What’son 30 APRIL – 28 MAY FAMILY FUN


7 MAY MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT FAMILY FUN DAY nYou’ll find plenty of hands- on things to do and make, a movement workshop exploring some of the local characters, and performance by young people’s groups – all relating to the rich heritage of Salisbury in the areas around the Milford Street Bridge; www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk


15 MAY WILTON GROUP SPONSORED HORSE RIDE nStarting at Stoney Cross in the New Forest. This is a beautiful 12 mile ride through woodland and open country, with a level, three mile lead rein route and opportunities for mid length rides if required. For further details and entry forms contact Judy Pownall-Gray: judypg@btinternet.com


21 MAY HEARTBREAK SOUP nA poignant show for young audiences that weaves music, puppetry, humour and pathos


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ONGOING SALISBURY FOLKDANCE CLUB nTraditional English country dances from the 17th century onwards plus a bit of Scottish, American contradance and a few squares. Every Tuesday, St Martin’s School.; www.salisburyfolkdance.org.uk


UNTIL 8 MAY STOURHEAD TULIP FESTIVAL nWhat do 19,000 tulips looks like? Find out as Stourhead holds its very first festival – sponsored by tulip specialists de Jager who have donated 15,000 of the planted bulbs; 01747 841152


30 APRIL, 21 MAY, 4 JUNE & 20 JULY STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP nCreate your own beautiful stained glass light catcher in this hands on one day workshop, using the copper foil technique first introduced by Louis Tiffany.


The course includes all materials required. Small class size. Contact Marilyn; stainedglassworkshop@ hotmail.com


7 MAY SHAFTESBURY FEASTIVAL nFrom butchers to bakers, and shepherds to chefs, from cider-makers to sausage-makers, celebrate the production of fine food in and around Shaftesbury; www.shaftesburyfeastival.co.uk


11 MAY FEEDING THE FAMILY QUICKLY, HEALTHILY, CHEAPLY nSpend a day with Great Elm Physick and go home with ways of making an immediate impact on your health, knowledge about valuable foods and super foods, how to make your family’s favourite meals healthier. Frome; www.greatelmphysickgarden.co.uk


DIALOGUE nNow in its third year, Dialogue is the Playhouse’s new writing event,


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in partnership with TheatreWorks and the Ustinov Studio, Bath. Salisbury Playhouse; www. salisburyplayhouse.com


14 – 15 MAY A WEDDING AND FLOWERS EXHIBITION nShowing examples of wedding dresses, photographs and memorabilia across the decades and flowers in keeping with a country church wedding theme. St Michael’s Church, Winterbourne Earls; www.stmichaelswe.org.uk


21 MAY HARNHAM WATER MEADOWS WALK nTake a stroll through the Harnham Water Meadows. Meet at Rose Cottage (at the Harnham end of the Town Path). Wear suitable footwear; www. salisburyfestival.co.uk


THE WINTERBOURNE HOME & GARDEN FAIR nThere will be a wide range of over 20 different stalls within


the hall building itself, but also other stalls located outside, within gazebos. Everything for your home – inside and out. The Winterbourne Glebe Hall; 01980 610635


21 MAY – 3 JUNE DAILY TAI CHI nJoin Longwater Tai Chi for a range of sessions throughout the Arts Festival. Start your day in a gentle way or watch demonstrations. 23 – 27 May and 3 June 8.15am outside Salisbury Arts Centre; and 21 May 11.30am and 28 May 2.30pm in Cathedral Close; www.salisburyfestival.co.uk


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into a magical tale exploring the realities of having a transplant for one 11 year old. Salisbury Playhouse; www.salisburyfestival. co.uk


21 MAY – 3 JUNE CHINESE KITE FAMILY WORKSHOPS nJoin Mr Li Xu from Weifang, home to the Weifang Kite Festival, and make your very own Chinese kite. Salisbury Arts Centre; www.salisburyfestival.co.uk


22 MAY FUN DOG SHOW AND FAMILY FETE nThe day will include fun dog show categories such as Best Hairdo (dog, not handler) and Dog Most Like Owner. There will also be a dog display team, traditional fete stalls, catering for all to enjoy and support from local businesses too. Newton Toney; 01722 326 236


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APER WASHI WISH nRabbit lives on the moon n Heartbreak Soup, 21 May, Salisbury Playhouse, part of the Arts Festival


with the Moon Goddess and he’s invited all of his friends to his birthday paper party. They play a game of hide and seek… suddenly Rabbit is nowhere to be found! Dinton Village Hall and Mere Lecture Hall; www.salisburyfestival.co.uk


THE TROLL’SKITCHEN BY PLUNGE BOOM nA troll has been sighted so the chefs have been summoned, for a hungry troll is trouble, especially if you have pets! Guildhall Square; www.salisburyfestival.co.uk


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