Immersive group takes over Wilding restaurant site

Words and photo by Tristan Ovington.

The location previously occupied by Wilding restaurant, 19-21 High Street Salisbury is reopening its doors after a new owner has taken charge.
Over the past few days, branding for Immersive Group – which already has several other locations in Salisbury – appeared on the windows of 19-21 High Street. This follows Wilding’s closure in November 2021 after only a year and three months since it opened.
The Immersive Group is a boutique collection of unique brands, each offering one-of-a-kind services and experiences… “with the common mission to provide immersive, engaging and visceral experiences for all”.
The group includes Tinga, the Mexican restaurant on Salt Lane, Caboose on South Western Road, Deacons on Fisherton Street, and the seasonal Frost and Salisbury City Gardens bars.
One of the group’s directors, Dave Hancock, confirmed the takeover of the premises to the Salisbury and Avon Gazette, and said he will reveal more details, such as what type of venue will be opening and when the doors will reopen, soon.

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