Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
The Record Office exists to preserve the written records of local people and organisations and to help people make use of them.
Open: Tues - Fri 09:30-17:30 Last archival documents produced at 5pm
Sat 09:30-17.00 Last archival documents produced at 1pm, returns by 2pm
Closed: Holidays and closures are listed on website
It holds documents dating from all periods between the twelfth century and the present day.
Archives, Social History
Wiltshire Archaeology and Conservation Fair
30 local archaeological organisations will be joining the county's archaeology and conservation teams to provide visitors with a unique opportunity to find out all about archaeology in Wiltshire. Programme of short talks including recent excavations, how to date your house and First World War project. Children can build stonehenge, do a sand pit dig and find out about the Young Archaeologist Club. Tours of the state-of-the-art conservation labs to see recently excavated material. Find out about the work of the county archaeology team. Plenty of objects to handle and chances to find out about work experience, volunteering opportunities, courses and careers in archaeology.
- Any age
GCSE English spoken language programme
Everything you need to teach the GCSE English spoken language module, teachers' notes, handouts, video clips in dialect, links to great resources. Zip files to download containing the whole module.
- Michelle Temple, Willtshire English AST
How to obtain
Free from our website www.wshc.eu/education