8–10 June 2018 9am–6pm

1,561 Shrouds – one to remember the Commonwealth servicemen and women killed on each day of the First World War – will be laid out in the beautiful, sacred garth (burial ground) within Salisbury Cathedral cloisters.  The Shrouds will form part of the SSAFA WW1 Living History weekend and we are very privileged to be able to display the Shrouds in such an iconic location.

Cloiser Garth, Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire SP1 2EF
Directions: Salisbury Cathedral is situated in the centre of Salisbury at 6, The Close.
Parking: Limited parking is available within the Cathedral Close at a fixed cost of £7.00 for the whole day (this includes disabled car park spaces). The closest parking is at Crane Street, the Old George Mall and Lush House car park which are 5 minutes walk away.
Park and Ride: There are 5 Park and Ride sites – further information can be found here