A city centre independent is to close this month before moving to a new location.

Bohemia, at 20 High Street, will close by the end of the week, having only opened in November.

Its new location will be the now vacant Game shop at 15 Market Place, near the Poultry Cross.

Owner, Romsey man Robbie Barrus, says he opened Bohemia with a three-month lease to see if the brand and formula would work in Salisbury before making the lease permanent.

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However, a larger beauticians company has put in a better offer to the landlord, so Bohemia has to vacate.

Mr Barrus said: "I have had a fantastic reaction from the people of Salisbury and the new shop is going to be bigger and better.

"I am waiting to sign the lease on the new property, but the lease on the current property ends on February 15."

He hopes to open the new shop on March 1, but work needs to be done on both the inside and outside of the building, including electrical work.

Bohemia sells sustainable clothes and furniture, including pieces that used to be warships, and procured from all over the world.

"When you buy a table that used to be a warship - or a piece of driftwood off the shores of India - it's quite exciting. It's not just a table; it used to be something else," he told the Journal, when opening.

Bohemia is one of three local stores in a group that includes Serisio in Brighton and Rosy Red in Chichester.

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