About Fisherton Street Festival

It's Salisbury's Biggest Free Event

  • Who doesn’t love Fisherton Street? One of the busiest thoroughfares in the city, it’s home to a wide and diverse range of businesses – from the arty, shopping haven that is Fisherton Mill to retro gems at Foxtrot Vintage Clothing, Indian food at Anokaa, interior gifts at No.44 Homeworks and pottery painting at Splash of Colour.

  • “Salisbury Business lmprovement District (BID) are delighted to have been with the Fisherton Festival from its inception,” said Steve Godwin, economy manager at BID. “We strongly support all businesses in the city, particularly where they are displaying strong initiatives  and ideas for their own future well being. It is a strong project plan, high business engagement and a fully costed budget, BID will consider putting financial support into this exciting international festival, likely to increase footfall into our already vibrant city.”


Fisherton Street Traders Association

We are proud of our ancient street originally named Fisherton Anger which dates back to before the 11th century. The original settlement lay between Mill Road and the river. The rivers were rich in fish and caught by local residents, hence the name Fisherton.

With the introduction of the railway lines in 1856, Fisherton Street became linked to the outside world and by 1875 there were butchers, drapers, grocers and bakers, jewelers, blacksmiths, tobacconists, tailors, greengrocers and appropriately fishmongers.

Today Fisherton Street shop keepers maintain this proud tradition with an eclectic mix of trades, goods and services which are unrivaled in the South of England. When you visit one of the shops or stores in our street you will certainly be given a warm welcome from family businesses eager to offer you the best possible service. 

We hold regular business only meetings in Fisherton Street.
For further information contact:
Paul Dauwalder on 01722 412100 or Lance Foord on 01722 411433