People in Devizes are being invited to cry “Votes for Women!” and join Wiltshire Museum in a colourful entry in the Town Carnival on Saturday 1st September, as they celebrate 100 years of women being able to vote. To find out more, email Rachael Holtom – email@example.com . Rachael Holtom,
We are delighted to be hosting a Google Digital Garage Workshop on Friday 31 August. Google Digital Garage is visiting market towns around the UK offering digital marketing workshops tailored to start ups, small businesses, and anyone starting out in digital marketing. The course is free to attend but spaces
Over 100 coins from the Cunetio Hoard of Roman coins are now on display at the Wiltshire Museum – the first ever loan by the British Museum to the Wiltshire Museum. This year marks the forty-year anniversary of the discovery of the Cunetio hoard of 54,951 coins made at the
Highways England launched a supplementary consultation concerning three proposed changes following the Statutory Consultation – see the Highways England consultation page for details. Our A303 Working Group has drafted a response that has been agreed by our Board. This follows the principles established in our response to the Statutory Consultation.
Would you like to help shape the future of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (WANHS) to inspire people to explore the archaeology, history and environment of Wiltshire? We are looking for three talented, motivated and creative people to join our Board of Trustees and help shape our future.
Showcasing recent research to mark the centenary of the First World War Saturday 1 December at the Tidworth Garrison Theatre Organised by Wiltshire Museum and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation Call for Presentations, poster displays and stands. Over the last few years a great deal of research has been undertaken
WANHS has today published its response to the Highways England proposals for the A303 Stonehenge: Amesbury to Berwisk Down. Key points We understand that the government has decided that improving the route of the A303 will take place and that to ‘do nothing’ is therefore not an option. We welcome
Opening on 12 May is our next exhibition ‘Telling Wiltshire’s Story: 30 years of support from Art Fund’. The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Dr Paul Robinson, who was Curator of the Wiltshire Museum for more than 20 years. Paul devoted much of his career to acquiring nationally
Highways England recently announced a consultation on proposals for the A303 at Stonehenge, including a tunnel. The Society Trustees set up an A303 Working Party to review the proposals and have agreed a draft response to the Consultation. We are now asking Society Members for their views on our draft