The 2019 exhibition tells the untold story of former resident Jinny Townsend and focuses on her life in Salisbury's Cathedral Close and her courtship and eventual marriage to Willie Hammick. Jinny kept an almost daily diary from the age of 15 in 1859 until 1882, writing up to just a couple of months before her death. Jinny’s diaries provide a valuable description of the daily lives of the young ladies who lived in Salisbury at that time, detailing everything from skating parties, sketching, afternoon walks around the close to Jinny’s romance with future husband Willie.
Free to National Trust members. Normal admission charges apply.
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