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Fisherton Arms

 

 


 
The Fisherton Arms was situated at 44 Fisherton Street. This pub became Bar 44 upon closure.
Source: David Fisher
 
Met my husband there. Remember the outside lavs unforgettable. Went back to Salisbury on a sentimental journey last year its now a shop but still has the mahogany bar as the shop counter & I stood & looked at the corner where I first met my lovely husband.
Sue Southern (May 2017)
 
I used to Live in The Fisherton Arms in Salisbury as a teenager back in 1984 with my parents & 3 siblings. It was a lovely place to live as finally I got my own bedroom, I put WHAM pictures all over the walls from floor to ceiling, Im sure when we left they cursed me for all the sticky tape! I remember it was compact with no kitchen & toilets outside & can still remember the smell of the cigarettes & beer customers spilt on the bar, the music played from the juke box that was hung on the wall. It was only a small pub compared to many others but the customers made it a great place to meet up & socialise. I had a customer come into my gift shop in Scotland this summer who told me it was no longer a pub. I was however glad they told me it had been turned into a craft shop as my gift shop now is all my own handmade crafts. Full circle :)
Sarah Brown (October 2019)
 

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