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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...

Fleet Air Arm Museum

Fleet Air Arm Museum

The Fleet Air Arm Museum tells the story of the Royal Navy in the air as part of the National...

Old Sarum, © English Heritage

Old Sarum

Discover the story of the original Salisbury with a day out to Old Sarum, 2 miles north of where...

Swindon Designer Outlet

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon

McArthurGlen's Swindon Designer Outlet lies within the beautifully renovated Grade II listed...

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Calne

A pre-Christmas visit to Calne

As I arrived in Calne on a cold but sunny November’s day, armed with a GoPro, smart phone and SLR camera I was keen to explore some of the town’s historic quarter on such a pretty day.

Corsham

Walking in the footsteps of Poldark in Corsham

If you’ve watched any of the BBC’s most recent adaptations of Poldark then you may see a familiar street scene make an appearance, Wiltshire’s very own Corsham.

I headed to the town on a glorious winter’s day. The sun was beaming down and the frost was sparkling on the grass as I began my walk through some of Corsham Court’s parkland towards the Pound Arts Centre.

Caen Hill Locks

Top places for winter walks in Wiltshire

Don’t let the colder months stop you visiting Wiltshire. Some of our attractions keep their doors (or gates) open over the winter months – making a great choice for a walk after any festive excesses. Here are some of our suggestions for great places for a Wiltshire walk this winter.

Julie Cooper, Skydive Netheravon

A spotlight on Julie Cooper, Skydive Netheravon

Working for the Army Parachute Association (APA) certainly puts a different perspective on life! My name is Julie Cooper and I am the Marketing & Media Manager at Skydive Netheravon. Being a Naval wife, I spent about thirty years moving around the country before coming to live permanently in Corsham in the early 90s.  The last twenty five years have been spent working in the event and tourism sector, so moving to the APA at Netheravon two years ago gave me a brand new challenge.

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