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St James' Church, Draycot Cerne

This small, handsome parkland church is set in parkland above a river.

All are welcome to our museum of test flight UK.

Boscombe Down Aviation Collection

Collection of aircraft, cockpits, replicas and models weapons and trials equipment to show the...

Swindon Museum & Art Gallery

Swindon Museum and Art Gallery

Swindon Museum and Art Gallery has one of the most important collections of 20th and 21stC British...

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St Mary's Church, Chute Forest

Standing remote in rural surroundings and designed by J L Pearson in 1875, St Mary’s is a fine...

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Salisbury Cathedral Tower

A Tower Tour with the RSPB

The nature of my role means I’ve lucky enough to have gone up the tower of Salisbury Cathedral several times whether escorting press or even taking up VIPs in the sense of Paddington Bear and Shaun the Sheep! This time however, I was going to do a tower tour with a difference.

Braydon Maize Maze

20 ways to entertain the children these summer holidays

So the summer holidays will soon be here and you may be thinking what can you do with the children or where can you go that you haven’t been to before.

We’ve put together a list below of twenty ways you can entertain your children here in Wiltshire (of course there are lots more ways but here’s a little starter for you!).

Ramsbury

Exploring the pretty village of Ramsbury

The village of Ramsbury is tucked in the east of Wiltshire, a couple of miles northeast of Marlborough. It’s a part of Wiltshire that I had never explored before but that I’d heard was very picturesque from my colleagues and friends who had been there previously.

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