Wiltshire Remembers: Aftermath of the First World War

This moving exhibition. curated by Richard Broadhead and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, features a Wall of Remembrance dedicated to the 10,000 Wiltshire fallen of the First World War, including men and women who were members of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (WANHS). Curated by Richard Broadhead of Wiltshire Soldiers A Wall of Remembrance for the 10,000 Wiltshire fallen Great War Archaeology and its enduring legacy Images and stories of the fallen…

Children in the Blue Tokay SNAKES discovery zone

Snakes – A Slither into a Secretive Life

Photo © Blue Tokay Did you know that snakes first appeared around 100 million years ago, evolving from a lizard-like ancestor? Come along to our new exhibition opening from March next year to learn more about this and other extraordinary facts involving the fascinating life of snakes from all around the world.  This exciting exhibition from Blue Tokay uses displays of taxidermy, skeletons and award-winning photography to amaze you. Heather Ault - Exhibitions Officer Snakes…


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