Available on Saturday 30 May from 12.30pm
A pre-recorded talk
Salisbury in ruins
“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.” Over the past three decades, Andrew Ziminski has worked as Stonemason and Conservator in Salisbury and Wiltshire. By examining projects he has undertaken in and around Salisbury – including at the Cathedral, the ruins of Clarendon Palace and many local churches and bridges – Andrew will illuminate the power of craft skills and the use of traditional materials that are both beautiful and sustainable. Andrew will investigate how cities, including Salisbury, can be guided by the past to meet the challenges of the future.
Available to view from 12.30pm on Saturday 30 May