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A new hotel, The Churchill, has just opened it's doors in Wootton Bassett and you can get 15% off your first visit! Take a Wiltshire break this Autumn.
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VisitWiltshire Sep 13
A weekend away in Bradford on Avon ➡️
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Trowbridge Community Engagement Manager Sep 16
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VisitWiltshire Sep 17
A historic market town with a colourful Medieval past, Devizes in the centre of Wiltshire is home to more than 500 listed buildings! Find out more about Devizes ➡️
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See gouache sketches & oil paintings on canvas from local artist Rob Hames at the Art Exhibition until 26 September ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 14
Plan an Autumn trip to Salisbury and enjoy the stunning scenes as the landscape changes colour...
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VisitWiltshire Sep 13
Mist rising over the water at Caen Locks near Devizes
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VisitWiltshire Sep 17
Don't you just love narrow boats?! There are many of these colourful beauties on Wiltshire's canals. Have you ever taken a trip on one?
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VisitWiltshire Sep 17
We love Wiltshire's pubs! Which is your favourite pub in the county?
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VisitWiltshire Sep 13
Melksham is a lovely market town situated on the banks of the Bristol Avon. The town has a beautiful historic quarter - and nearby are the historic villages of Lacock and Castle Combe, as well as the splendour of the Cotswolds. ➡️
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Hartham Park Sep 14
Hartham Park's classic Georgian appearance is all thanks to Lady Anne James (née Goddard) whose family had owned the estate for 400 years. Sadly, Lady James died before she could occupy the building and the property was subsequently leased.
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Glyn Coy Sep 15
Bishops Cannings, with the Devizes White Horse just about in view at the top right
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VisitWiltshire 7h
Cosy cafes and traditional tearooms to discover in Wiltshire ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 16
Ludgershall is a friendly Wiltshire town where you will find great pubs, the 12th century Church of St. James & the remains of a Royal Castle ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 14
7 reasons to take a staycation in Wiltshire in 2020 ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 16
Time moves differently in Wiltshire, a place of ancient monuments and landscapes. Wiltshire is home to... * Neolithic standing stones * Ancient barrows * Prehistoric man-made landscapes Find out more about our history ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 16
You can catch the family-friendly Out of Egypt Exhibition at until 31 October ➡️ Discover how ancient Egyptians treated their dead and see genuine objects placed in the tomb for the afterlife. Prebooking essential!
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VisitWiltshire Sep 15
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VisitWiltshire Sep 14
Mere is a charming and historic little town situated beneath the South West Wiltshire Downs - much of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Find out more about Mere ➡️
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VisitWiltshire Sep 14
Gorgeous gardens from around Wiltshire - Look at these beauties!
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