36 Salisbury offers new shopping experience
An exciting new shopping experience is coming to Salisbury High Street this week.
Enhancing Salisbury's reputation for being home to a wonderful selection of independent traders, 36 Salisbury opened its doors for the first time on Tuesday 26 November 2019, offering a unique array of high quality locally produced art, craft, food and drink.
Based in the former Co-Op bank at 36 High Street, this new pop-up shop showcases products from over 70 artisans and local producers at any one time. Only products that have been produced in Wiltshire or have strong links to the city of Salisbury will be available including gin, tea, honey, chocolates, jewellery, ornaments, paintings and so much more.
Over the coming weeks, 36 Salisbury will also have a small pop-up local coffee retailer within the store enabling shoppers to have a relaxing experience as they browse. Various workshops, pop-up tasters, meet the maker and other events will be hosted in store to encourage people to have a look at the wide range of products available.
Open from 10am seven days a week, the 36 Salisbury pop-up shop will be trialed until the end of March 2020. This initiative supports Wiltshire Council's bid for Future High Street Funding from Central Government and its longer-term aspiration to create a cluster of small artisan retail/leisure and workspace units, as well as residential space. This will provide a choice of live/work spaces to suit artisans and start-ups at different stages of their lifecycles, supporting their progression from maker space and start-up units to workshops and larger retail.