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  1. Christmas events in Wiltshire
    Enjoy a festive break in Wiltshire
  2. Wyvern Theatre
    The Wyvern Theatre offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions. The theatre was opened by Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Phillip in September 1971.
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  3. Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa

    Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa is a secluded countryside escape in the heart of Wiltshire. The picture-perfect country house has surprises around every corner, from the warm welcome of the wooden gates opening for, to the bittersweet goodbye. Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa is a place to experience, if only once in your lifetime. 

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  4. Discover Wiltshire this Christmas
    This year experience a Wiltshire Christmas and you won't be disappointed, with a wealth of yuletide celebrations we have all the ingredients to make this your best Christmas yet! Find out our Top 10's things to do!
  5. Woolley Grange Hotel
    17th century stone Manor House set in open countryside, within walking distance of Bradford on Avon and 8 miles from Bath.
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  7. Stonehenge
    Stonehenge stands impressively as a prehistoric monument of unique importance, a World Heritage Site, surrounded by remains of ceremonial and domestic structures - some older than the monument itself.
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Foot Trails

Alison Howell's Foot Trails

Enjoy an authentic and indulgent experience of rural England. Away from crowds. With extensive...

Waitrose Cookery School

Waitrose Cookery School

Pursue your passion for food at the Waitrose Cookery School. If you love preparing and eating good...

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...

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REME Museum

The REME Museum displays the proud history of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical...


Timeless Blogging

Japanese Anime at Fosse Farmhouse Castle Combe

Japanese Anime at Fosse Farmhouse Castle Combe

We got in touch with Caron Cooper at Fosse Farmhouse in Castle Combe to find out about her fascinating story and the inspiration behind Japanese anime at the farmhouse which has been a massive success story and main attraction for Japanese visitors. 

Photography Competition Winners 2018

Photography Competition Winners 2018

The VisitWiltshire, Castle Cameras and News Quest photography competition this year saw some fantastic entries and thank you to all that took part. All the photos are to incorporate the theme of timeless places, nature, pleasures and wonders in the beautiful county of Wiltshire. With the many entries and a brilliant selection of photos featuring the timeless places it made it a tough decision to pick the winner and runners up, but here they are!

Autumnal Shopping and Theatre Trip to Swindon

Autumnal Shopping and Theatre Trip to Swindon

The production covers some really serious issues of the time with a great dose of northern humour.  The characters are real, and it is easy to have empathy with them. The evening flew by with plenty of laughs, the odd tear, and a few excited screeches! The final scene is spectacular in so many ways!

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