AboutTimber-Treasures, Salisbury is at the centre of the beautiful medieval city of Salisbury. Anyone coming to the city and wanting to visit the Cathedral passes the front of the shop on their way down the High Street towards the renowned and awe-inspiring Cathedral Close where Constable painted one of his most quintessentially English pictures.
The shop stands two doors down from Waterstones and opposite Barclays Bank. All Timber-Treasures trademark designs and brands are sold in quantity here but there are bargains to be had for the wily shopper. There are also many gifts made from locally sourced timbers all of which are individually signed and dated by David Gladden. There is a constant turn round of stock with new items arriving weekly. All our gifts are handmade in wood.
Please pay us a visit and combine it with a trip to this most English and atmospheric Cathedral City.
We are shut on the following Bank Holidays: Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day. We are shut on Sundays in January, February and March except the two Sundays before Valentine's Day and the two Sundays before Mother's Day and Mother's Day itself (if if falls within March). We are open Sundays at all other times.
- All areas accessible to disabled visitors
- American Express accepted
- Delta accepted
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Solo accepted
- Visa accepted
Map & Directions
Follow all major routes into Salisbury City Centre. Find a parking space - and then follow one of three routes described below to find your way into the city centre and the shop.
Public Transport Directions
From Endless Street walk diagonally across the Market Square keeping the Butter Cross on your right. Follow this pavement down Silver Street and round the corner into the High Street. Timber-Treasures is the first shop on your left (350 yards). From the main maltings car park in the city centre find the river path at the eastern edge of the car park. Follow this path crossing the river opposite Sainsburys, then follow the Mill Race until you eventually cross it, walk past St Thomas Church and cross Silver Street at the left hand side traffic lights onto the High Street. Timber-Treasures is the first shop on your left (approx. 500 yards). From the railway station walk out under the bridge turning left onto Fisherton Street, walk down the length of this street approx. 400 yards, just before the traffic lights cross to the south side of the road on the pedestrian crossing. At the traffic lights look ahead of you and you will see Timber-Treasures on the opposite of the road (approx. 600 yards).