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CAMHS won't see you now

Well he would say that, wouldn't he?

Where? 'Salisbury has been a favourite destination with visitors for the past 800 years or more. With first-class attractions, theatres, events, shopping, eating and drinking, it's no wonder that last year Salisbury was voted, by Observer readers, in the

top 10 of the best British tourist destinations!' ­

Yes but where is it? On the River Avon in south Wiltshire not far from Southampton.

Work? There are currently 77 GPs in 22 practices in south Wiltshire PCT.

Homes? A spacious four-bedroom townhouse with well-arranged accommodation over four floors in a sought after residential area? £290,000

Schools? Bishop Wordsworth's Grammar School for boys tops the

A-level success list locally. St Mary's for girls comes a close second. Both are selective.

Leisure? Salisbury boasts

arguably the finest medieval

cathedral in the country. It was famously painted by Constable.

There is much medieval about the town, counteracted by the usual complement of modern leisure

centres and out-of-town attractions

From the local press:

A heartbroken disabled woman fears she will have to give away her beloved ponies, after thieves took her cart.

­ This is Salisbury, July 20

Famous residents: Former PM, the late Edward Heath, lived there and 1960s popsters Dave, Dee, Beaky, Dozy, Mick and Titch were from the town.

Anything else? Stonehenge. Adults £5.50. Concessions/students £4.10. Children £2.80. Family ticket £13.80. Refreshments, beverages, snacks: counter service. English Heritage.

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