Help us shape our future

Our new, exclusive, membership offers you the chance to engage more personally with us and help shape our future.

Your financial support will conserve our collections for generations to come and fund our valued education and research services.

Your Jadeite membership entitles you and a partner to:

  • An annual dinner and exclusive expert-led outings to historical sites, such as a Stonehenge Circle Access tour with our Director
  • Personal updates on our work

As well as the usual membership benefits of

  • A welcome tour with our Director
  • Free entry to Salisbury Museum and the Dorset County Museum as part of our Wessex Museums Partnership
  • Invitations to private views and discounted museum event tickets
  • invitations to member-only events
  • Newsletters and our annual Journal

"I'm really looking forward to meeting other Jadeite members and working together to help shape an illustrious future for one of the West Country's premier museums." Claire Perry, MP

Patrons:

  • J B Bush, CVO, OBE, CSt.J, JP
  • Dr Phil Harding, DUniv, FSA, MIFA
  • David Inshaw
  • Mrs S R Troughton, CSt. J. HM Lord-Lieutenant for Wiltshire

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Wiltshire Museum are currently recruiting for three posts, to start in early November 2023. In June we recieved exciting news

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Black and white photograph of an old man, carrying a bundle of sticks on his back. A grey beard underlining his weathered face, the figure stoops whilst apparently pausing for the photographer, his leathery hands grasp the pole supporting the bundle of hazel on his back.

A Wiltshire Thatcher – a Photographic Journey through Victorian Wessex

This exhibition celebrates the work of Ernest Farmer, who today is little-known but was a…

Copyright: Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society
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