An important timely point of interest to the passer-by.
"The original site of the cattle market and a cross know as Barnwell Cross stood here. The market extended into the neighbouring streets." We know it was near this cross that a cattle market was held as far back as 1428 and records still recorded it as being held there in 1614.
The Old Forge is a 17th century grade II listed building situated in New Street. See if you can spot it whilst on the Where First trail.
The world’s oldest working mechanical clock was made of hand-wrought iron around 1386. It is believed to be the work of three horologists –Johannes and Williemus Vriemand and Johannes Jietuijt of Delft. As is usual of the period, the clock has no face and was designed only to strike hours. #HiddenSalisbury