5 To Follow Friday is a new addition to The Business Exchange. Each week via our social feeds we will be sharing five interesting businesses or organisations to check out and follow on social media. We will then choose our favourites to give some extra coverage in our magazines. This week we have a Salisbury theme.
Brunton Media is a Salisbury-based digital-first video production company that specialises in creating content for businesses and brands to showcase their stories. Founded by Carlton Brunton, Brunton Media has recently launched a series of short films to showcase Salisbury’s businesses, many of them independents, as non-essential shops reopen following the latest government lockdown. Check out their feed for inspiring short films that make you want to go and explore Salisbury.
Wiltshire Creative is a pan-arts organisation incorporating Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse. Follow its socials to be kept up to date with what’s going on as the teams get set to launch their 2021 entertainment schedule post lockdown.
This August, Salisbury is set to host the city’s first ever comedy festival with an impressive line-up of well-known stand-ups, including Frankie Boyle and Dara Ó Briain. The event is taking place on Saturday 7th August at Hudson’s Field.
Simon is a Salisbury-based photographer who used his passion to document a year of Covid through the lens. At the beginning of lockdown in 2020, Simon launched his ‘Doorstep Snaps’ collection which captured local families’ memories of life through lockdown, while raising funds for local charities Julia’s House Hospice and Salisbury District Hospital’s Stars Appeal.
Marc is Salisbury’s Community Engagement Manager and a true community champion. Follow Marc for posts showcasing the best of the city and useful information to help organisations connect, grow, and know what’s going on in Salisbury.