New to Salisbury?

Where to find us!

Often referred to as ‘the city in the countryside’. Salisbury resides in the centre of Southern England’s rural heartland. Few cities can match the rich historical diversity of Salisbury; with its Cathedral boasting the tallest spire in Britain as well as the copy of the Magna Carta, and the World heritage site of Stonehenge just a short drive from the city.
Salisbury is home to a variety of restaurants and tea rooms, some of which date back to the 13th century. Shopping in Salisbury is great; with regular markets and intriguing smaller shops complementing all the major chains in a picturesque setting. Salisbury exudes culture and style, incorporating a mix of old and new, with it’s breathtaking medieval buildings and architecture. There is also a defined art culture, with its many art galleries, exhibitions and festivals. Salisbury also boasts a choice of high ranking primary and secondary schools.
The city is well connected by train: providing great links between Exeter and London Waterloo and Bristol and Southampton. There are also good road links to London, Bristol, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Winchester.

Salisbury Elim Church