The best ice cream spots as Salisbury basks in mini heatwave

As Salisbury basks in 28 degree heat, families have been out and about enjoying the sunshine.

These are the most popular spots for ice cream in the city.

Salisbury Journal: Roly's Fudge Pantry

1. Roly’s Fudge Pantry

Roly’s on High Street, just outside the gate to Cathedral Close, has had a steady stream of customers during the fine weather.

 

Salisbury Journal: Bob's Ices in Queen Elizabeth Gardens

2. Bob’s Ices

A regular feature in Queen Elizabeth Gardens, the spot was popular today with holidayers and families in the park.

 

Salisbury Journal: The Orangery

3. The Orangery

Situated on Crane Street, near the cathedral, the cafe offers outdoor seating near the river and ice cream.

 

Salisbury Journal: The Bell Tower

4. The Bell Tower Tea Rooms

Directly in front of Salisbury Cathedral, and offering outdoor seating with a view, the tearoom sells ice cream alongside tea, coffee and cake.

 

Salisbury Journal: Wafflemeister

5. Wafflemeister

On High Street, Wafflemeister offers ‘the best waffles in the world’, served with ice cream.

 

Salisbury Journal: Sprinkles

6. Sprinkles Gelato

On New Canal Street, the dessert parlour offers gelato, sorbet and ice cream sundaes alongside cookie dough, desserts in a jar, and different kinds of shakes.

 

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