Are you 'Well Natural'?

Well Natural Artisan

Do you know your zinc from your iron, or your magnesium from your potassium if the answer is no then we suggest you make your way to Well Natural located at 15 Silver Street, just on the edge of Salisbury’s Cathedral City Guildhall Square.

We were recently commissioned to go and capture some images on behalf of our friends at Salisbury Life Magazine, and in doing so its certainly opened our eyes and minds about alternative and healthy options available.

Well Natural Cafe SeatingThe mission at Well Natural is “To provide value in products and services, to remain committed to the supply of natural products helping to keep the whole family healthy”.

This store is clean tidy and everything is easy to find – but if you are having problems then don’t be afraid to ask their very helpful team of staff.

With a café inside and extra seating both upstairs and outside in the summer months , this shop caters for everyone and all things healthy – even a healthier  vegan  option which during our visit was Chocolate & Coconut Flapjack or Malted Fruit & Seed Bar.Well Natural Cafe

It’s not just about health and nutrients in here, they also care your skincare routine and have a great range of skin and body products from the Dr Hauschka. This really is an interesting place to visit – did you know that you can buy original flower remedies?

Well Natural Vegan Fruit and Seeded BarWere you aware that adding a drop or two or Rock Rose into a glass of water or directly on to your tongue, will help against terror or that White Chestnut is to help with unwanted thoughts and mental arguments. There are certainly a few flower remedies we can think of trying.

So from minerals, vitamins and flower remedies you can also buy food, ingredients and eco-friendly washing liquids and fabric conditions. Everything in this shop shouts Well Natural from the inside out, the outside in and from top to toe.”

Have you been to Repertoire lately?

For those of you that are regular browsers of Salisbury Life Magazine, will know that they are keen to bring you the best of Salisbury’s shopping boutiques and “Repertoire” certainly falls in to that category.

This is a shop with style teamed with the quirkiness of the old beams in the current 13th Century listed building, located in Fish Row, in Salisbury’s City centre.

“Since opening its first stores over 18 years ago, Repertoire has established itself as a leading independent retailer of major designer labels, based in the South of England. Today, with five stores, stocking a variety of collections from over 50 key designer brands, we cover all styles, from casual jeans by a whole host of designers to formal dressing, suiting for men and occasion wear for women”

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Brands stocked in this beautiful boutique are high end which are already established as having great reputations within the world of fashion and include Barbour, Ted Baker, Holland Esquire, Ralphe Lauren, Armani and Jeffery West to name but a few.

Staff are not only warm friendly and helpful, focusing on their great customer service, but also have a wide knowledge of their brands too.

If you are looking for a new jacket, coat, jumper or even a new pair of gorgeous designer jeans, as well as other items of fashion wear for the autumn/winter season, then please go and take a look inside the doors of Repertoire Salisbury.

Chalke Valley History Festival

The Chalke Valley History Festival includes over 110  literary events for all ages from children through to adults, a vast look through history through-the ages encampment, a stunning air show is one of the biggest events of the week, the Penguin Chalke Valley History Prize, and a Schools Festival all over the course of a 3 day period. This was CVHF's fifth year of holding the history festival and a huge success it was too! It is the largest festival dedicated entirely to british history, and is designed to inspire, excite and inform all ages. Taking place in the heart of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, 12 miles outside of Salisbury, it offers a unique mix of talks, discussions and debates, alongside the very best Living History activities around. Whether young or old, the CVHF provides entertainment for all the family.

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When visiting the CVHF you are immediately thrown back into history with force, enlightened with new facts and reenactments everywhere you turn. 2015 saw a  new living history arena for longbow demonstrations, French firepower displays, WW2 firing demonstrations, cavalry displays and much more for the mind! The visual aspects of being involved enhanced the whole experience and lifted history from the pages of books; putting the sights and sounds before your very own eyes.

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As a photography business we thrive upon capturing that one moment that can't ever be seen again, in this case, our favourite photo of CVHF is of the battle between the red coats and the colonials shown in the arena; where we managed to capture a photo in a split second of a Colonial soldier firing his weapon at the Red Coat opposition. This photo grabbed our immediate attention as it was a true and tough challenge to shoot. We wanted to capture the image just as the gunpowder ignited, giving the flame kickback, there was a split second to capture this one shot and we managed it!

Magna Carta: Spirit of Justice, Power of Words

  Magna Carta: Spirit of Justice, Power of Words – an interactive exhibition for a Great Charter opens at Salisbury Cathedral

Magna CartaSalisbury Cathedral - home to the finest preserved of the four original copies of Magna Carta - celebrates the 800th anniversary of the historic charter as it launches a new exhibition telling the story of its creation and enduring legacy. The new exhibit takes visitors on a journey of liberty and justice woven throughout the Cathedral, medieval cloisters and stunning 13th-century Chapter House.

The interactive and immersive design brings to life the history and the contemporary relevance of this extraordinary document, which is often seen as representing the foundation of modern human rights and of the justice system we recognise today.

The varied elements of the exhibition are intended to encourage a response, from the digital display of spinning globes that exposes statistics on human rights, to the medieval sword that visitors can try out. The exhibition has been designed to appeal to families and younger audiences as well as the Cathedral’s many international visitors, using media installations, simple interactives, objects and stylish graphics.

Stretched Skin ParchmentSalisbury Cathedral’s copy of Magna Carta is re-housed in a dramatic new enclosure, befitting its international significance, and other manuscript treasures from the Cathedral’s archive are displayed. There is also new interpretation of the ornate medieval frieze which visitors can follow round the Chapter House. More is revealed about the historical characters linked to Salisbury who shaped the creation and early years of Magna Carta, whilst contemporary reflections on the meaning of Magna Carta are provided through an thought-provoking documentary made in partnership with local students and Bournemouth University.

Supported through a grant of £415,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), Salisbury Cathedral aims to use the 800th anniversary year to find new ways to engage visitors with the Magna Carta and its themes.

150227-MagnaCarta-8423The Dean of Salisbury, the Very Revd June Osborne, said:

“So many of the liberties that we hold dear today – and perhaps sometimes take for granted – can be traced back to Magna Carta. Despite its age the document has clearly gained in relevance for a modern audience, and there is a tangible sense of anticipation as we open this new exhibition and launch the 800th anniversary celebrations in Salisbury. I know that the many visitors who will come to Salisbury Cathedral to experience this exhibition will be excited and engaged by what they find and hope they will go away inspired by Magna Carta’s enduring values of fairness, universal rights and justice.”

The Very Revd June Osborne and Simon Timms, Chair of Heritage Lottery Fund South West Committee

Simon Timms, Chair of Heritage Lottery Fund South West Committee, said:

“In today’s world an understanding of justice and human freedoms is of paramount importance, so the Heritage Lottery Fund is delighted to support Salisbury Cathedral’s ambitious plans to celebrate Magna Carta in its 800th year.

"It will be a thrilling experience for visitors to come face to face with Salisbury's copy of Magna Carta in the new exhibition. And we are very impressed with the wide-ranging programme of events that the Cathedral is arranging during 2015 to give everyone this opportunity".

Exhibition designers Haley Sharpe Design (hsd), creators of ‘Magna Carta: Spirit of Justice, Power of Words’ embraced the challenge of interpreting the Charter as widely as possible. Oriel Wilson, project consultant, hsd, said:

“Our creative design work had to incorporate a range of site-specific media solutions. We have worked carefully within the stunning and sensitive interiors of the Cathedral to develop an exhibition that we believe will appeal to a wide visitor profile with tactile hands-on activities to give visitors the feel of medieval life and touchscreen displays that allow people to explore the continued fight for justice and human rights in the 21st century.”

Spirit of Justice, Power of Words, the exhibition, will be formally opened by Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum on 6 March after which he will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Making the Magna Carta We Want: The Unintended Meanings of an Icon’. Following a successful build and testing period, the exhibition will be open to the public from, Saturday 28 February, a week earlier than expected.

Soprano Lynsey Docherty launches "Celebrate Voice"

On Friday 4th July, Celebrate Voice launched with a Riverside Garden Party at Artistic Director Lynsey Docherty's home just outside Salisbury.

Lynsey Docherty and Mayor of Salisbury Cllr Jo Broom

Attended by Jo Broom, the Mayor of Salisbury, the party was held as a thank you to sponsors and supporters of this exciting new festival which takes place in October half-term this year. John Rose Photography is pleased to announce that they have become a partner in this exciting new venture.

Lynsey conducted her choir the Riverside Singers who sang a medley of water-based songs, in keeping with the weather that evening, which, rather than dulling proceedings, only seemed to whet people's appetites for more fun and celebrating!

A children's choir gave sparkling renditions of songs and all joined in the chorus of Toreador from Carmen, sung by the electrying baritone Philip Smith who had come from London especially for the occasion. He was joined by mezzo Emma Watkinson (fresh from an English Touring Opera tour) who teased the audience with her sultry and passionate Habanera and coloratura soprano Jane Hughes dazzled with Olympia's ariaLynsey took everyone by surprise, joining in duets with her colleagues to the delight of the audience.

Lynsey Docherty conducts her childrens chori

Sponsors and supporters from Chas H Baker, LKL Group, Mark Allen Group and Spire FM as well as private benefactors enjoyed wine and canapés to accompany the evenings entertainment. And of course, the event launched Celebrate Voice - a singing festival - so everyone had the chance to join in!

Finally Lynsey announced the programme of events to include Mercury and MOBO award winning folk, jazz and opera singers, Outreach Programmes and plans for a flash-mob on the market square, as well as a host of family and participants' events. And finally, over £400 was raised on the night through a new 'Friends of the Festival' scheme which proved incredibly popular and showed the level of support for this new singing venture for Salisbury and the community.

 

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Celebrate Voice

In October 2014, a brand new festival celebrating the wonder of the human voice and involving an entire community, Celebrate Voice, launches in Salisbury. The six-day singing celebration will feature the UK’s top professional folk, jazz and opera singers in a host of inspiring concerts, participatory singing events, outreach performances, family concerts and a massed flashmob-style opening - Sing City in Salisbury’s market square for the entire community.

The Festival, which aims to make Salisbury the biggest singing city in the UK, brings together top professionals and the local community with a diverse six-day programme through October half term. Events feature top vocalists in folk, jazz and operatic genres, interactive concerts for the whole family, inspiring workshops for adults and children, a mass-singing open-air launch and a grand finale, featuring  all who have been part of the festival. The workshops will be led by inspiring UK musicians, enabling people of all ages and abilities to take part and to share, connect, laugh and sing! And finally, the professional artists will be giving outreach concerts, taking the magic of their sublime music making and the powerful connectivity of song to people who might not easily have access to concerts, with performances in care homes and schools.

Mezzo Emma Watkinson (fresh from an English Touring Opera tour) and soprano Jane Hughes

The first festival of its kind in the UK, Celebrate Voice is the brain-child of Salisbury-born singer and vocal animateur, Lynsey Docherty. Alongside her career in opera she has led projects in schools, prisons, care homes, orphanages, and autistic centres both in the UK and abroad. And she has seen the power of singing and music enabling people to connect to one another, to reach out – through self-expression, communication, happiness and growing confidence. She now brings to her home town a host of brilliant colleagues with whom she has been privileged to work over the past fifteen years to create and share with her community a celebration of all things Voice.

The festival was announced at two sell-out concerts produced by Lynsey in Salisbury in December 2013, and within one week Celebrate Voice had gathered 15 volunteers, and £10k worth of support. We look forward to seeing you there!

The Celebrate Voice Team, Lynsey Docherty & Jo Collinson

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS *: Tue Oct 28th Wed Oct 29th Thurs Oct 30th Fri Oct 31st Sat Nov 1st Sun Nov 2nd
Afternoon(1pm) (SEPT/OCTOutreach projects in schools) Sing City! Market Square (free event) Outreach performances:Care homesSpecial needs centres Celebrate Local Celebrate Voice Workshop Weekend Family Concert Coffee Concert (11am)
Evening(7.30pm) Opera Night Folk Night: Sam Lee Celebrity Recital Jazz Night: Natalie Williams Opera Night Grand Finale Concert

*Order of events subject to change

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Follow us on:  Facebook and Twitter and keep up to date on with website www.celebratevoice.co.uk

 

Salisbury Big Business Event at Salisbury Guildhall

Chris Hemingway MBE at Salisbury Big Business Event

Well the Salisbury Big Business Event is over for another year, but what an event it was.

Our attendance began on Wednesday evening when we photographed speaker Wayne Hemingway MBE for Salisbury Life. We were unable to stay for the talk due to a prior engagement, but those who did said it was very good.

We attended three very informative talks during the day on Thursday, and Mandy stayed and photographed the Levi Roots talk Thursday evening.I attended 3 more talks on Friday, 'Have you got your branding right' by An.X Agency and 'Would you like to use social media more effectively' by Andy Poulton, and 'How to stay ahead of the trend' by Chris Simpson, Wiltshire business Support Service.

From the BBE website http://www.salisburybigbusiness.co.uk/

Levi Roots at Salisbury Big Business Event

Last week over 700 business representatives took part in the third annual Salisbury Big Business Event at The Guildhall, Salisbury.

The event ran from 7 – 9 May and was sponsored by Salisbury City Council, Wiltshire Council, Trethowans Solicitors, Federation of Small Businesses, Salisbury Business Improvement District, Blue Frontier and Salisbury Chamber of Commerce.

Offering FREE advice to businesses of all sizes including start-ups, the event provides workshops, seminars and networking on a variety of subjects.

Managing Partner of Trethowans Simon Rhodes said, “We are delighted to support this event and offer advice and guidance to businesses, we have received some fantastic feedback from the business community on the knowledge and skills they have gained by attending.”

An.x talk at Salisbury Big Business Event

Over the three days speakers from across a number of sectors have shared their knowledge and the event also welcomed fashion entrepreneur Wayne Hemingway and food entrepreneur Levi Roots.

The Mayor of the City of Salisbury, Cllr Mrs Penny Brown said, “As the Mayor I was honoured to meet so many businesses from across Wiltshire and even further afield. Salisbury City Council enjoys working in partnership with our fellow sponsors and I have been amazed at the scope of the speakers and their wisdom. One of my highlights was to meet Levi Roots and welcome him to the Guildhall, the speakers including Wayne Hemingway and Andy Reid were inspirational.”

Fleur de Rhe Philipe, Wiltshire Council cabinet member for economic development said: “It is important we continue to support events which create opportunities to boost the local economy.

Andy Poulton at Salisbury Big Business Event

During these three days businesses with diverse backgrounds shared their knowledge and ideas which I know will have positive impact on future business growth and partnerships in our county.”

If you had a chance to visit the event I hope you had a great time and took away some useful FREE information: I know we did!

If you didn't get to visit the event this time I would respectfully suggest you get ready to put the dates of the 2015 event in your diary as soon as they become available. We will certainly be adding the dates to our diary, I mean where can you get FREE advice with no strings, apart from John Rose Photography of course.

If you would like to see more images captured by us during our visit you can do so in the Salisbury Life gallery on our website.

Larmer Tree Final Day welcome KT Tunstall and Bellowhead

What a day! The final day of Larmer Tree Festival 2013 kicked off for us with the carnival procession. This is where all the people that attended classes and fun events got to show of what they had been making and doing

The first act on stage for us was KT Tunstall, who put together a great set made up of new work and old favourites.

The evening was topped of by a high energy, high volume set by the amazing Bellowhead. This Salisbury photographer had never seen Bellowhead but had been told they were a brilliant, fun, fold group. WOW! WOW! WOW! very much not disappointed. One of the highlights of the week for us, and they could have kept going all night.

We will certainly be looking for the name Bellowhead again. They had the crowd singing, dancing and certainly sent them home very happy.

A brilliant event that we will be looking forward too next year with great anticipation. Well done to everyone who took part in whatever way.

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Van Morrison at the Larmer Tree Festival

Day 1 at the Larmer Tree Festival saw none other than Van Morrison take to the main stage. Thousands of people made the trip see him creating a brilliant atmosphere at the sun soaked Larmer Tree Gardens. As usual we were there to capture the event and soak up the incredible surroundings.

Here are a few images from Van Morrison's set, and from a fire act that we saw on the way out after.

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Ladies Night at Salisbury Racecourse

The annual ladies night at Salisbury Racecourse took place last week and as usual we were in attendance to capture the event. Mixing work with pleasure is always nice and covering events like this allow us to do just that. The beautiful weather of recent continued to make the evening all that more enjoyable and create a brilliant atmosphere.

The Bibury enclosure was sold out and more than 5000 people were in attendance to see the horse racing and take part in the best dressed lady competition. The evening was topped off with a performance by top Michael Jackson Impersonator 'NAVI'

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Best Dressed Winner  - Kersteen McConnell

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Opening of the Pembroke Arms at Wilton

The Pembroke Arms at Wilton opened its doors on 23 April 2013, following a comprehensive six month refurbishment. Situated in the small town of Wilton on the beautiful Pembroke Estate, it has been very carefully and beautifully furnished with, colonially-themed furniture from Rajasthan, supplemented with items from local suppliers and antique dealers.

This hotel is a part of the Hillbrooke Hotels collection, which offers luxurious bedrooms, a restaurant & bar that offer exceptional choice, plus elegant function rooms which are perfect for weddings or conferences.

"we have an unconventional style which won't fail to impress as you step through the door; a passionate and obliging style of service that exceeds customer expectations."

John Rose Photography were invited to attend and photograph the launch on behalf of Neylon Associates, and Salisbury Life Magazine. Capturing images of special guests Lord Pembroke and John Glenn MP along with many local business owners from in and around Wilton and Salisbury.

Guests were permitted to wander freely around the hotel, whilst being treated to a three course sampler of fantastic food, with ingredients sourced locally.

The hotel really is a welcome addition to the local area with great comments already being left including:

"We are delighted that Hillbrooke Hotels have taken over The Pembroke Arms and we wish them every success."

The Earl and Countess of Pembroke

 

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Salisbury Chamber Business Excellence Awards Finalists 2013

John Rose Photography has been shortlisted in the categories of New Business and Customer Service in the prestigious Salisbury Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Excellence Awards 2013. We are the only photography company in the awards. This recognition is testament to all of the hard work we have put in to try and make John Rose Photography stand out from the crowd.

We were a finalist in the South Wilts Business of the Year Awards 2012 and to be recognised again shows our consistent approach. Lets hope we can go one stage further this time!

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Salisbury Life Issue No 162

As usual we feature heavily in the new edition of Salisbury Life, issue no 162. John did a "pub crawl", photographing pubs as far afield as Romsey and Fordingbridge to Tisbury for the "Snug Pubs" feature; 11 in all.

A visit to The Personal Wellness Studio in Brown Street for a feature on the studio and Erak Simsson was also on the cards. John watched and photographed a kettle bell class which he said was great fun.

Visits also included Cranes Wine Cafe in Crane Street, The Chapel Nightclub for a fashion show, sponsered by Specsaavers, in aid of Scotty's Little Soldiers and Castle Street Social Club for a beer festival run by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale). All in all a very alcoholic theme to this post but not a drop was tasted.

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Salisbury Chocolate Bar and Patisserie, 33 High Street, Salisbury

Valentines Day is fast approaching and what better way to say I Love You! than speaking to John and James at Salisbury Chocolate Bar and Patisserie. Situated at 33 High Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom SP1 2NJTel: 01722 327 422, which is by the traffic lights near to the main gate to the Cathedral, They have an amazing array of chocolate, and all made on site too.

Go and have a hot chocolate and a chat to see what they can do to help make your special someones Valentines Day the best ever.

Here are a few images we took last year for Salisbury Life.

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Lord Pembroke launches Walk for Wards 2013

Stars Appeal President Lord Pembroke officially launched Walk for Wards 2013 today and is inviting local people to take part in the event which takes place in the grounds of Wilton House, his ancestral home, on Sunday 23rd June.

Lord Pembroke said, “Our local hospital does such a great job and the work of the Stars Appeal makes an enormous difference to people in every ward and department. Last year’s walkers raised a record-breaking £63,000. Much of that went towards enhancing the new Neonatal Unit and attached parents’ accommodation, projects especially close to my heart as I was cared for in the old Neonatal Unit as a baby. Now I encourage local people to get involved again. Come and join this year’s walk at Wilton House to raise even more funds for important charitable projects around our Hospital.”

Over the last seven years, thousands of local people have enjoyed the annual Stars Appeal Walk for Wards. As a result the event has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to help fund additional care, the latest equipment and a better environment for patients in Salisbury District Hospital.

Walk for Wards features two routes, both of which cross the beautiful Palladian Bridge and go on to the parkland and woods of the estate. The 3k walk is particularly suitable for young families with toddlers and pushchairs whilst the 10k walk is more challenging.  All walkers get a free picnic lunch, medal and the chance to enjoy the grounds and adventure playground after the walk. Entry is free, but all walkers must register in advance and pledge to raise a minimum sponsorship of £15 per person.

Walkers can choose to support a particular project, ward or department, or raise funds for wherever the need is greatest. This year the Stars Appeal is raising funds for a number of new projects to make a difference for local people in Salisbury District Hospital.

These include: building a therapeutic garden for cancer and stroke patients; providing state-of-the-art heated cots for the Neonatal Unit, so that babies can be transferred out of incubators sooner; improving care for teenagers and young adults on the Hospital’s Pembroke Cancer and Blood Disorder Unit; funding state-of-the-art monitoring equipment for seriously ill children; providing portable diagnostic machines for cardiac patients, especially those too sick to be moved; and supporting creative activities for elderly patients.

To register for Walk for Wards visit the Stars Appeal website at www.starsappeal.org or call 01722 429005 to request an entry form.

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Cranes Wine Cafe, Crane Street, Salisbury

A beautiful little restaurant Cranes Wine Cafe situated at 92 Crane Street, Salisbury between The Complete Artist and The Old Ale House. Serving good food and fine wine it is the newest eatery in Salisbury. They opened their doors to family and friends last night and this Salisbury photographer was there to capture the event for Salisbury Life Magazine.

 

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