Salisbury’s Secret Libraries

To celebrate Libraries Week, Sarum College Library will be joining Salisbury Public Library, Salisbury Cathedral Library and the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) Library for a programme of free talks, displays and tours.

Read the 5 October 2017 WordUp Column in the Salisbury Journal 

All Week
Display of maps, ephemera and photos from store at Salisbury Public Library

Saturday 7 October
Highlights of Salisbury Cathedral Library: Medieval to Modern, Music to Mice. 11am, Salisbury Public Library, Gallery 4. Free tickets available from Salisbury Public Library.

Monday 9 October
Libraries Yesterday, Today, and in the Future. 2pm, Salisbury Public Library. Free tickets available from Salisbury Public Library.

Tuesday 10 October
Salisbury Cathedral Library drop-in and display. 12pm to 4pm

Thursday 12 October
Salisbury Cathedral Library drop-in and display. 10am – 1pm

Friday 13 October
Displays in Sarum College Library all day with guided tours at 10am and 12pm. Display and talk by Dr John Henderson entitled: ‘The RSCM College Library Aged Four Score Years and Ten.’ 2.30pm, Sarum College Library. Tea at 3.15pm followed by a talk at 4pm by Dr John Elliott entitled: ‘It Began with a Bequest: Theological Education and Sarum College’. Free tickets for both of these talks are available from Sarum College Library, by telephoning 01722 424803 or by emailing

Saturday 14 October
Children’s fun and activities day in Salisbury Public Library

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One Response to Salisbury’s Secret Libraries

  1. Alan Crooks says:

    I wouldn’t have known about the Salisbury’s Secret Libraries events had it not been for Tom Bromley’s weekly column in the Salisbury Journal. Will try to get along to the Cathedral Library event on Thursday.

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