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A right and a left

Easter is an important time, signifying new beginnings, as shown by spring in full flow all around us. It is also an important time for those moving house and a lovely occasion to start life in a new home. The first quarter of 2015 has been a productive period, with the market turning its attention to Salisbury. Living in a rural city, which has such a long andcaptivating history, is special indeed. Salisbury is home to an array of wonderful schools, it also has a bustling twice weekly market and any number of independent shops and eateries. The calendar is full of festivals, with something for everyone. With a choice of parks, riverside walks and a station ninety minutes from Waterloo, the attraction is understandable. A brace of Easter sales demonstratesthe point rather well. Two recent examples include a gorgeous cottage on Dolphin Street, and an elegant townhouse on New Street. Situated either side of the Cathedral, these lovely houses are to the right and to the left of this historic place of worship. A right and a left, you might say. With sunny days and the promise of the summer ahead, there is much to look forward to. Whilst this week signals the start of another financial year, it is also the opening of the fly fishing season for trout (and I admit Poppy and I enjoyed some early season's sport this weekend, with my own, somewhat scruffy dry flies!) Spring is here and the countryside is dressing itself in its early season colours, with trees full of buds, in anticipation of the warmth brought asthe earth's axis points once more towards the Sun and this source of all our power moves towards its position,high in the sky. If yellow is the colour of spring, it is small wonder it is said to be good for the imagination. With April ahead and the joys of a summer in Salisbury, what better time is there to make your move. Winkworth Salisbury

Easter is an important time, signifying new beginnings, as shown by spring in full flow all around us.

It is also an important time for those moving house and a lovely occasion to start life in a new home.

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The first quarter of 2015 has been a productive period, with the market turning its attention to Salisbury. Living in a rural city, which has such a long andcaptivating history, is special indeed. Salisbury is home to an array of wonderful schools, it also has a bustling twice weekly market and any number of independent shops and eateries. The calendar is full of festivals, with something for everyone. With a choice of parks, riverside walks and a station ninety minutes from Waterloo, the attraction is understandable.

A brace of Easter sales demonstratesthe point rather well. Two recent examples include a gorgeous cottage on Dolphin Street,

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and an elegant townhouse on New Street.

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Situated either side of the Cathedral, these lovely houses are to the right and to the left of this historic place of worship. A right and a left, you might say.

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With sunny days and the promise of the summer ahead, there is much to look forward to. Whilst this week signals the start of another financial year, it is also the opening of the fly fishing season for trout (and I admit Poppy and I enjoyed some early season's sport this weekend, with my own, somewhat scruffy dry flies!)

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Spring is here and the countryside is dressing itself in its early season colours, with trees full of buds, in anticipation of the warmth brought asthe earth's axis points once more towards the Sun and this source of all our power moves towards its position,high in the sky.

If yellow is the colour of spring, it is small wonder it is said to be good for the imagination. With April ahead and the joys of a summer in Salisbury, what better time is there to make your move.

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