Whet your whistle with a whisky while walking through the multitude of rooms decked out with the finest suits, shirts, ties, socks, boots and shoes any well dressed chap should desire. Metro-modern style twinned with traditional vibes means every gent will leave with a
twinkle in his eye, a purchase in his hand and a cigar in his pocket.


Ingrid Walker is a very talented woman who set up her own ethical, luxury knitted clothes line. Ingrid has created her own unique design of finger-less gloves as well as a range of beautiful jumpers, scarves and hat for men and women. Ingrid also offers a bespoke ordering service so that your loved one can snuggle into a one-off personal piece to keep the cod at bay. In addition, the shop sells cds, ceramics and painting by local artists.


Pseudonym loves CWM for its delicious array of Sauternes, its pick-a-mix of craft beer, the miniatures of liquor to keep for emergencies, the library of books at super great prices and of course, the emporium of wine to browse, touch, trace and eventually and inevitably
buy, Also if you want to chat about wine in an unpretentious way then definitely pop in and make a purchase.


Step into this shop jam packed with homemade, handmade, handwritten, illustrated and crafted products. Be it locally produced gin, a novel from a chap who lives round the corner, bottles of beer from Wiltshire countryside or children’s clothes fit for all little off-spring; 36 Salisbury celebrates the artisan talent of our South West County.


Get your kids and/or your own inner child lost in this
treasure box of books. Jump head first into seas of
stories; surf the waves of Kipper, Burglar Bill, the cheeky
black cat that eats all those dinners and say “Goodnight”
to Mr Tom. Scour the shelves of comic books and
graphic novels, and delight in fantasy,, fortunes, fire
breathing dragons and fantastical sci-fi.
Read your heart out.


Ravenous for music?! Raves From The Grave will be you antidote to silence. They stock a full blown, ‘beyond your wildest dreams’ collection of vinyls, cds and dvds of absolutely everything, no matter how niche you think your like are. If, be minute chance, they don’t have what you want, then these “ravers” will move hell and high water to nab it,


This award-winning independent bookshop will meet all your bookish needs. It is a real treat for any book worm. Let your eyes feast on the covers of novels, poetry books, classic and children’s’ stories. Trace your fingers around those brightly coloured spines and escape into the pages of fairy tales and fables, fiction and memoirs.


As it’s website states, “searching for a gift for the weirdo in your life? – I got you mate, don’t worry.” Trylla is a wonderfully quirky and creative shop founded by selfconfessed Pottery nerd, Alice Astbury. Trylla houses handmade wares by south west arty folk, a collection of nostalgic toys and trolls, rails of vintage clothes and hosts drop in clay sessions too. Yep, Trylla – you’ve got our backs!


This place really is a treasure chest of yesteryear. Denim dungarees, rows of Adidas zip jackets and psychedelic ski wear all share railings with faux fur coats, bejewelled dresses and plenty of paisley patterned shirts for the dandy in all gents. Devour the plethora of faded tees and 90s Parkers which probably once lived on the backs of the Gallagher brothers