Just for the Prof, who quite likes the place.
And so do I. Last stop for me before Larmer Gardens and my annual alt.music fest, Salisbury is a good mix of pubs, stunning Georgian buildings,
a church unencumbered by scaffolding,
Ushers signage you can see while avoiding Trowbridge,
and a lovelier underpass than any in Cambridge.
First time here for a couple of years, as Salisbury has resisted micro and taproom mania quite successfully.
First time in a GBG Badger pub in years, too.
The New Inn looks very touristy.
but feels more like a local for the choirmaster.
I reckon the welcome here was the cheeriest of the week, there ought to be an award. It’s those youngsters, you know, so optimistic.
A lady came in with some posters for a event, probably ferret golf, and the lovely barmaid acted as if she’d won a night out in Calne i.e. exuberant.
Yes, there’s a community notice board at the entrance. Don’t see those in Brunning & Pricey.
The Ferret was cool and chewy, an NBSS 3 of a beer, and no need for it to join the cascade of water coming from the plants outside.
Can’t say better than that in 2019.