Salisbury Business Improvement District

Salisbury’s Businesses Give Gifts to Prince Charles

22nd June 2018

Prince Charles and Camilla have been presented with a hamper of local gifts donated by Salisbury's businesses.

As part the recovery programme for Salisbury, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Salisbury today (Friday 22nd June).

After meeting with local businesses in The Maltings and people in the city centre, Prince Charles and Camilla attend a reception in the Guildhall to meet those who are playing an active role in the recovery programme following the incident on 4th March.

Robin McGowan, CEO of Salisbury BID, attended the reception in recognition of BID’s involvement in the recovery.

The hamper of gifts, which was prepared by Salisbury BID, was presented by the Mayor of Salisbury, Mike Osment.

It contained gifts from independent shops in the city including:

Salisbury mug from Casa Fina
Salisbury Gift Card - Salisbury BID
Silk tie from Regent Tailor
Nunton Honey
My Trusty Sunflower Cream - made at Salisbury District Hospital
Gift box of fudge from Rolys Fudge Pantry Salisbury
Alderbury Chocolate and Kombucha fermented tea from Goodfayre
Ear defenders from Greenfield Guns
Sculpture by local artist Celia Lewis from Fisherton Mill
Salisbury rock, bookmark, pen, magnet, tea towel and Salisbury fudge from Hardings of Salisbury
Salisbury fridge magnets from Timber Treasures

Click here for photos from the visit.