Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Audience Development Consultant

We are advertising for a consultant to help us develop our HLF-funded project. Full details are online.

900 Years of Wiltshire Churches - Display of Archive & Library Material

There is currently a small display of photographs, books and documents from the Archive & Library relating to churches in Wiltshire (c.1000-c.1900). The display is to coincide with the lecture series currently being delivered at the Museum by Dr Ellie Pridgeon (Archivist & Librarian). Please visit the Museum's Long Room.

Archive & Library - ID

Archive & Library: Membership Cards and ID

From May 2011, visitors to the Archive & Library will need to show ID before consulting items in the collection. This security measure brings the Archive & Library into line with Wiltshire Heritage Museum practice, and ensures we can track document and book usage.
Members will need to bring their membership card, and non-members will need to show ID with a current address. For example:

Driving licence
Recent official bill / invoice
Recent bank statement

For further information, please refer to the website:
or email the Archivist & Librarian: ellie.pridgeon@wiltshireheritage.org.uk

Wednesday, 20 April 2011


The Museum will be OPEN Saturday 23 April (10am to 5pm), Easter Sunday and Easter Monday noon to 4pm. We will be closed on Good Friday (22 April).

Friday, 15 April 2011

Vacancy - Project Officer

Following the award of Stage 1 funding by the Heritage Lottery Fund, we will be advertising for a small number of contracts and posts.http:http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif//www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif

The first is for a Project Officer, who will maintain existing museum services during an extremely bus time for the Museum. The deadline for applications is 10am Tuesday 10 May, with interviews on 17 May.

For more details, please see the - job description and application form.

Monday, 4 April 2011

Castle Elusive exhibition at Calne Heritage Centre

Find out about the Castle Elusive exhibition now on at Calne Heritage Centre. A newsletter all about the exhibition is now online.