Did you know that we offer 10% discount to members of the British Forces in our Gallery and Café? To claim your discount, simply show your British Forces Discount Card. If you haven’t got one yet, you can get one at www.britishforcesdiscount.co.ukread more
News & events
We are going to be at the Chalke Valley History Festival for the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd July. If you are there too, please find us on our stand and say hello!read more
Our newest studio is opening very soon! Kuy Kuy (which means “bridge” in native Mapuche Language) will be uniting the best of Chilean handicraft with the work of young modern designers to sustain ancestral tradition and cultures.read more
The Scrummy Loyalty scheme is a way for us to give something back to our regular customers. Each time you visit Fisherton Mill Café and spend more than £5, you can get a point on the Scrummy app and when you have 10 points, you will receive a £5 gift voucher to spend in our […]read more
“Tomorrow is Yarn Shop day, which aims to promote bricks-and-mortar yarn shops up and down the country. To mark the occasion, Born to Knit is offering free cake and 10% off any purchase of wool, needles, patterns or workshop places!”read more
Don’t miss this year’s Fisherton Festival on Bank Holiday Monday! We are open from 10 am to 6pm, with a special festival menu and live music in our courtyard through the day. The Salisbury Ukulele Band will be playing at 11am and 12.30pm, Rob Johnston will be playing at 1.30 and again at 3.00. DJ […]read more
Wiltshire View magazine have a Fisherton Mill competition in their April issue! The prize is a great one – lunch for two in the Café, a £50 voucher to spend in the Gallery and the chance to take a workshop with one of our Studios! Why not enter and see if you win?read more
Wishing all our customers a very happy Easter weekend! These are our opening times: Good Friday – CLOSED Easter Saturday – 9.30 – 5.30 Good Sunday – CLOSED Easter Monday – CLOSEDread more
Admission free. Opening hours: Monday to Friday – 10am – 5pm; Saturday – 9.30am-5.30pm Exhibition closure times: Wednesday 23rd March – 10.30am to 3.30pm for a private function. For the first time in five years Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill is hosting an exhibition dedicated solely to contemporary printmaking. The exhibition showcases work by seven printmakers […]read more
Men at Work - The Tentmakers of Cairo Exhibition
Date: 9th May, 2017
Unique hand-stitched applique wall art from the Street of Tentmakers, Cairo
Tuesday 9th to Tuesday 30 May 2017
Although the demand for the opulent tented palaces of past Sultans has long gone, the skills needed to decorate these tents live on and are now being used by Egyptian craftsmen to create stunning works of textile art, a selection of which go on show at Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill this spring.
Ranging in size from an eye-catching 2-metre-tall wall hanging to a series of smaller panels, these textiles are worked with dramatic designs in applied blocks of cotton. Many depict the geometric patterns often associated with Islamic art, but the use of brilliant new colours and ever more complex designs have given them a decidedly contemporary twist. Read more
Salisbury Live at Fisherton Mill
Date: 3rd June, 2017
Peter Aston, singer/songwriter and caller/guitarist with top Dorset ceilidh band Cottage Industry is joined by local country star, Nia Nicholls and old faves Limpley Stoke who will be performing in the Cafe as part of Salisbury Festival's live music programme.
Entrance is FREE.
Alcoholic and soft drinks and tapas style nibbles will be available at the counter.
Further information on Salisbury Live events - https://www.salisburyfestival.co.uk/detail.php?id=556