WWI Exhibition, 14th–22nd August, 9am–4pm (1pm on 22nd), Civic Centre
Don't miss the unique Warminster First World War Exhibition being held at the Civic Centre in August. Richard Broadhead from Wiltshire Soldiers is instrumental in organising this, and it promises to be a dynamic and eye-opening insight into life in the trenches for our local troops, and into the lives of those left behind. Material for the exhibition has been gathered from local residents, providing some very personal memories from Warminster families.
Children's film matinee
This popular Disney animation was a huge hit in cinemas. Families welcome, £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children to include refreshments. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
'Oh! What a Lovely War' and ' Letters from a Small Town' 2 pm
Two films being shown as a prelude to the World War I exhibition being held at Warminster Civic Centre from Thursday 14th August to Friday 22nd August.
Tickets £3.50 including tea/coffee and biscuits.
Nominations for Civic Award sought. If you know of a deserving candidate click on the link below for a nomination form. Civic Award Nomination Form
Town Guide out now for 2014-15. Click on the image below to view the online version