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In Salisbury this summer?

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You might be interested in catching the Turner exhibition at Salisbury District Museum. I went to see it on Bank Holiday Monday, and it was very good. It's mainly sketches from his earlier years, of Salisbury, Fonthill, Stourhead and other places in the south-south-west, including Lyme Regis and Portsmouth, with one or two later pictures and artefacts. Admission is the cost of admission to the museum, a not-cheap £8 with no reductions for senior citizens, and although you get an annual ticket for that that wouldn't be mush use to tourists. But I enjoyed it and thought it worthwhile - nicely put together. The museum is in the cathedral close.

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