Coronavirus: We would like to thank our customers for continued support in these difficult times. We are a web based company operating in a rural area, so our staff travel to work by car individually and both in our office & factory we have enough room to maintain social distancing. As such and in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless or until government policy changes. We are still able to despatch most of our products, however, the ones listed below (that are made by other manufacturers) will not be available for a while.

Products temporarily unavailable: Folded Maps, Tableware (Coasters & Placemats), Jigsaws, Wallpaper.

Dispatch times may vary from those quoted. We will update this message as anything changes.

Memories of Salisbury

I worked as a labourer at Gibbs Mew Brewery between November 1967 and April '68. It was a stop-gap job as I didn't know what I wanted to do with my life at the time. The work was boring and the days dragged but it was a job and I was grateful for it at the time. My particular job was in the warehouse where I stood (...Read full memory)

I took a job at Gibbs Mews during the summer school holiday of 1967. I had worked every school holiday since I was 14, but this was certainly one of the more memorable jobs. The brewhouse, kegging department and warehouse were all inter-connected on the ground floor, the bottling department on the upper floors. Casual (...Read full memory)

Anyone remember splendid Rep Terry Howard?. My husband who sadly passed 2017. Llyn.

As far back as I can remember we used to love the steak and kidney pies from the Baytree. For a time I worked at Woolworths on the jewellery counter and at lunch times I would stroll around the market eating my steak and kidney pie with the gravy dribbling down my chin. My first job was in Robert Stokes in the office, (...Read full memory)

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