Queen Street, Salisbury has been home to Well Natural for 30 years but only under the current ownership since 2015. After an established career in a London chain of health stores, and keen to do something for himself, Sanjay Patel bought the popular Salisbury store.
‘If you want a healthy lifestyle we cover most bases and can meet most of the needs of a weekly shop either instore or online. We stock healthy foods including dairy free, gluten free and vegan options, sports nutrition items, books, skincare products and even environmentally friendly household goods. Supplements is our biggest section full of vitamins, minerals and raw food ingredients.’
With an emphasis on high quality brands and knowledgeable staff you know you’re going to get the right advice and products. Renown for being relaxed and friendly they pride themselves on offering a personalised shopping experience and are on a first name basis with most of their customers.
The café serves local food suitable for all diets, nutritional juices are made to order and even the coffee comes from a local roastery. Their recycling service means pill pots and Ecover bottles can be refilled at a fraction of the cost.
‘We hold seminars and courses here and there are plans afoot to open more stores. Come and visit - browse the informational leaflets and chat to our staff, we’re here to help.’
Wiltshire has so much to offer especially Salisbury. Close by is the historic hill fort of Old Sarum and we love the buzzing town centre with it's market square showcasing the best produce and entertainment that Salisbury has to offer.
Well Natural team
Salisbury residents will be familiar with the beautiful history of how the city came to be at its current location. The gothic Salisbury Cathedral was built in that location following the decision from the previous settlers of Old Sarum, a historic hill fort which was once a thriving village and visited by many famous Royals including William the Conqueror, to move the Cathedral and build a city around it. The Old Sarum hill fort was still lived in until more recently, but is now a place of historic significance and managed by English Heritage. In the evenings, when the weather is nice, you can walk up to the ruins of the old Cathedral and watch the sun set in the distance. You get a fantastic countryside view and can also see the ‘new’ Cathedral standing prominently in the view overlooking the city. Highly recommended, just make sure to wear suitable footwear as the terrain can be rough.
Five Rivers is named so as Salisbury is the city where five significant rivers all meet; Nadder, Ebble, Wylye, Bourne and Avon. The Leisure Centre has been developed in recent years to include swimming facilities and fitness classes. As we are all about health and wellbeing here at Well Natural, we highly recommend complimenting your wellbeing inside, with some fabulous exercise and what better place to visit than Salisbury’s very own Leisure Centre.
In the heart of Salisbury, the market square is a space reserved for showcasing the best produce and entertainment that Salisbury has to offer. The ‘New Sarum’ charter was established in 1227 and every Tuesday and Saturday, the town holds a market in the square with a variety of goods on offer. There are often other markets and occasional live entertainment in the square too so always worth checking in at the tourist office behind the Guild Hall to check event dates. Then maybe pop in to see us at Well Natural for a coffee afterwards as we are situated along Queen Street facing into the square.