Cities up and down the country are flooded with high street chains, and as a result now have the same look and feel by offering the same products and services.
Salisbury is different. With hundreds of independent businesses in the city centre offering the highest quality products and services, Salisbury has a truly unique offering.
From specialist retail shops to award winning family-run restaurants, our diverse range of independent businesses proudly offer an array of products and services, specialist expert knowledge, value for money and exceptional customer service.
With an abundance of individuality, Salisbury’s independent businesses provide a chance to discover businesses which you won’t find on other high streets.
Who We Are
Salisbury Indies represents over 150 businesses in the city centre, who work together to promote independent businesses in the city centre.
As the city’s business improvement district, Salisbury BID provide Salisbury Indies with operational and financial support to help promote the value of independents businesses to the local community.
The Indies Committee
Salisbury Indies is led by a committee of independent business owners, representative of different business sectors.
The committee meet monthly to discuss and agree the promotional activities for the group.
Chair: Susi Mason (Casa Fina)
Salisbury BID Director Representative: Rachel Tribbeck (HR Tribbeck & Son)
Salisbury BID Representative: Kara Rogers (Marketing & Communications Manager)
Aaron Howle (Peartree Apartments)
Emma Adams (The Tasty Tapas)
Graeme Stevens (Totem Wolf)
Louella Adamson (@home)
Neil Prigent (JAS Hair)
Peter Beck (Salisbury Antiques Market)
Roger Thomas (Five Rivers Recruitment)
Sarah Haydon (Conker)
Businesses within the ring road of the city centre are invited to join the Salisbury Indies group. Further details can be found here.