Salisbury

Salisbury, Wiltshire, South West England, England, United Kingdom
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Bemerton (Q4885102)
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Bemerton, once a separate village to the west of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, is now virtually a suburb of that city. George Herbert (1593–1633) was rector of Fugglestone with Bemerton and is buried at Bemerton. Modern day Bemerton is split between the areas of Bemerton Heath, Bemerton Village and Lower Bemerton.\n

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General Infirmary (Q26274624)
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The Salisbury Infirmary was a hospital at Fisherton Street in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, from 1767 until 1993.\n

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Old Sarum Cathedral (Q3663693)
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Old Sarum Cathedral was a Catholic and Norman cathedral at old Salisbury, now known as Old Sarum, between 1092 and 1220. Only its foundations remain, in the northwest quadrant of the circular outer bailey of the site, which is located near modern Salisbury, Wiltshire, in the United Kingdom. The cathedral was the seat of the bishops of Salisbury during the early Norman period and the original source of the Sarum Rite.\n

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Frowds Almshouses (Q17534571)
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Frowds Almshouses are grade II* listed almshouses at 1-12 Bedwin Street in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

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Diocese of Salisbury (Q2564064)
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The Diocese of Salisbury is a Church of England diocese in the south of England, within the ecclesiastical Province of Canterbury. The diocese covers most of Dorset (excepting the deaneries of Bournemouth and Christchurch, which fall within the Diocese of Winchester), and most of Wiltshire (excepting a part in the north and Swindon). The diocese is led by the Bishop of Salisbury (Nick Holtam) and the diocesan synod. The bishop's seat is at Salisbury Cathedral.\n

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Bemerton Heath Harlequins F.C. (Q4885098)
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Bemerton Heath Harlequins Football Club is a football club based in Bemerton, Salisbury, England. They are currently members of the Wessex League Premier Division and play at Western Way.\n

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Salisbury TMD (Q7404808)
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Salisbury TMD is the South Western Railway traction maintenance depot in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, situated on the north side of Salisbury railway station. It opened in 1992 to maintain the fleet of DMUs used on the West of England line.\n

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Hemingsby House (Q17530006)
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Hemingsby House is a Grade I listed, 14th-century house in the north-west corner of the Salisbury Cathedral Close overlooking Choristers’ Green. It is an unusual building in that it was constructed as one house but is composed of two parts of different architectural styles giving the impression of two separate buildings. In modern times it has been altered to provide two separate houses.\nIt is generally believed to have been built by Alexander de Hemyngsby in the 14th century, the first recorded warden of the Choristers’ School in 1322. Apart from a chapel constructed earlier and an extension of the 18th century most of the building was reconstructed in the middle of the 15th century by Nicholas Upton. He was succeeded by Thomas Fideon who completed the reconstruction and whose name appears on some architectural decorations in the house.

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Leehurst Swan School (Q6516203)
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\nLeehurst Swan School is a co-educational independent day school in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, for children between the ages of four and sixteen. \n

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River Nadder (Q7337647)
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The River Nadder is a tributary of the Salisbury Avon, flowing in south Wiltshire, England.\n

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Chafyn Grove School (Q5066823)
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Chafyn Grove School is an independent co-educational day and boarding preparatory school situated on the edge of the city of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. Founded in 1879 by Mr. W.C Bird as an all-boys' school, it became Chafyn Grove School in 1916, when it was renamed after its first benefactress, Julia Chafyn Grove.\n

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Fountain Way (Q14956876)
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Fountain Way is a mental health facility in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. It is managed by the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust which is based in Chippenham, Wiltshire.

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Wren Hall (Q15979619)
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Wren Hall is a Grade I listed building in Salisbury Cathedral Close, Wiltshire, England. \n

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Exeter House School (Q16891149)
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Exeter House School is a mixed special school located in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

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River Bourne (Q7337174)
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The River Bourne is a river in the English county of Wiltshire, a tributary of the Salisbury Avon.\n

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Milford Hall (Q10330031)
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Milford Hall is a privately owned 18th-century English country house at Milford, near Stafford. It is the family seat of the Levett Haszard family and is a Grade II listed building.\n

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College of Matrons (Q15211232)
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The College of Matrons (or Matrons' College) is a residential building and charity within the Salisbury Cathedral Close. Wiltshire, UK. It was constructed in 1682 by Seth Ward as an almshouse for ten widows of clergy ordained within the diocese of Salisbury. It is situated on the extension of Salisbury High Street that enters the cathedral close through the North Gate. It was listed a Grade I building in 1952.

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Old Manor Hospital, Salisbury (Q14956871)
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The Old Manor Hospital was a psychiatric hospital in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. It was established in the early 19th century as a private licensed house called Fisherton House or Fisherton House Asylum, which became the largest private madhouse in the United Kingdom. In 1924, following a change of proprietors, it was renamed Old Manor Hospital and in 1955 it was amalgamated into the National Health Service. From 1813 to 1955 it was owned and managed by members of the same family. The Old Manor Hospital closed in 2003 and was replaced by Fountain Way, a smaller, modern, psychiatric hospital on part of the same site. In 2014 the site was acquired by Quantum Group for development as a residential estate and the conversion of the main building to a hotel.

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Salisbury bus station (Q54817902)
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Salisbury bus station was a bus station in the city of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. The station had five stands underneath a red brick building which was built in 1939 as the headquarters of the Wilts & Dorset bus company. It was closed in 2014 on the grounds of high maintenance costs.\n

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