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Warminster offers excellent schools, you can see the latest Ofsted scores here.
Warminster’s population stood at 17,490 at the time of the 2011 census.
On the A36 leading to Salisbury and Southampton, Warminster is just a few miles from the A303 that connects the South West with the M3 motorway. Longleat House and Safari Park are just a 10-minute drive and Stonehenge is another local landmark. The fastest trains to London take around 1 and 39 minutes. Southampton Airport offers the closest overseas getaway.
The Wiltshire Times covers all Warminster’s latest goings on and forthcoming events.
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An ancient market town, today Warminster has a great selection of independent stores and services. Here’s our recommendations for the best in town;
This charming and timeless shop has been helping make homes in Warminster for over 100 years. Selling hardware, homeware, gifts and more, it should be the first stop on your new adventure.
Warminster is blessed with some excellent antique shops, pick of the bunch for us is Grace Decorative. There’s always something new, so it’s worth popping in whenever you pass.
A sheer delight, this artistic shop is packed with gifts, treats, homeware, candles, scents, skin care, wonderfully different, unashamedly quirky!
Craft beers, locally brewed ciders and friendly, expert knowledge. If you want to experience local flavour, this is the best place to start.
The UFO capital of the UK, home of the mysterious “Warminster Thing” and a short distance from the ‘ghost village’ of Imber, Warminster has a fascinating history. It was the site of battles during the Civil War, became a base for thousands of troops and sits on the edge of Salisbury Plains.
Today the garrison town doesn’t have the large troop numbers it once did, but it does have a good number of independent stores and some superb restaurants and cafes. Along with pet stores, antique shops and a delicious bakery, there is also a Waitrose.
The town has a superb park with a small boating lake. The site which remains largely unchanged since it was first created, holds a number of events throughout the summer months. Warminster has a variety of very busy groups and societies, encompassing all manner of interests, art, poetry, cooking, baking needlework, classic cars and man-sheds. The town is surrounded by stunning countryside and some great hill walks, leading to 3 Iron age forts. Longleat is less than 10-minutes away and an annual pass gives you access to the large number of events on their calendar.
Close to Westbury and Frome, Warminster is within commuter distance of both Salisbury and Bath. The main route is the A36 which connects with the A303 that links the M3 and Cornwall. There is a train station with direct routes to London and the closest airport is at Southampton at the southern-most point of the A36.