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See the latest Ofsted reports for Salisbury HERE.
The cathedral city as a population in excess of 44,000 (according to the 2011 You.Gov census).
Direct lines from Salisbury to London Waterloo take around 1hr 28 minutes. The A36 runs through the city connecting with the A303 (and M3) to the north and M27 to the south.
Read all about it! You’ll find all the local news in the Salisbury Journal.
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Moving to Salisbury? Here are some of the finest things the city has to offer and definitely worth a trip.
Serving an incredible array of Indian street food and craft beers the dedicated team use the finest locally sourced ingredients to create taste sensations!
An absolute gem, the Conker Boutique is packed full of everything every good shopping trips needs, shoes, jewellery, scarves, clothes… Treat yourself.
If you’re looking for something a bit different for your new home then Casa Fina is an Aladdin’s cave of wonders, stunning design and tasteful treasures.
Synonymous with style and comfort, Southons is part of the Salisbury landscape and a veritable institution offering furnishings for every room.
Once named “the best place to live in the UK” by no less than the Sunday Times, Salisbury, dubbed ‘Smallsbury’ by locals in tribute in an affectionate swipe at the small town feel of this gem of a city. The moment you approach and see the famous spire you get the feeling you are in a warm and welcoming place quite unlike a conventional city.
Salisbury is of course, home to one of only four copies of the Magna Carta in the world. The historic document is displayed at the cathedral, which draws millions of visitors from all over the world each year. This, and the ancient monument of Stonehenge a few miles from the city, ensures the city’s economy thrives.
There are many lovely areas to settle in around Salisbury, with the old city among the most prized and homes within the old city walls come up for sale so rarely for those looking to move to Salisbury. The Close, which is surrounded by the 14th century city wall built from the stones of the first cathedral of Old Sarum, has to be one of the most sought-after addresses in the UK. Further out of the city there are lovely communities to look at. Laverstock, Netherhampton, Britford, Downton, Alderbury, Odstock and the neighbouring town of Wilton are all within a short drive of the city and offer the chance to live surrounded by lovely countryside while feeling part of the bustle of a city. Towards Stonehenge, Amesbury is a growing community supported by plenty of industry and infrastructure.
In the centre of Salisbury, there is an outdoor shopping centre called Old George Mall, which offers clothes shops, restaurants, cafes, a cinema and other outlets.
Fancy going clothes shopping in Old George Mall? With Topshop, Topman, Oasis, Jigsaw, H&M, Fat Face and many more, the fashion opportunities are endless.
Salisbury has a charming cinema housed in a wonderful fifteenth-century building. However, this isn’t the only Tudor building in the city, you can take a stroll down the high-street and admire the beautiful architecture which establishes Salisbury as a city that is proud of its rich history and beauty.
The highlight of the city’s commerce is the weekly market pulling in artisan producers, butchers, fishmongers as well as a great selection of more every day items and essentials.
The A36 runs through the city connecting the M27 with the A303 making it a gateway to the south west from the south east and vice versa. There are also quick links to Buckinghamshire and Surrey.
Direct rail links connect to Bristol, Bath, Portsmouth, Southampton and London Waterloo.