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Upcoming events (next 30 days)

15 December 2017: The Little Match Girl, a warming tale for winter by The Last Baguette theatre company


A family show for Christmas inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s traditional tale. Friday 15th December, 6.30pm – Warminster Library International theatre company The Last Baguette, based at Pound Arts in Corsham, are bringing this Christmas classic to Warminster Library. The Little Match Girl is a touching, madcap and heart-warming Christmas show for all the family. read more…

16 December 2017: Children’s Christmas Stories and Crafts at Warminster Library


Free children’s Christmas stories and crafts event. Saturday 16th December 11am – Midday. Suitable for children aged 4 – 11 years. Please note all children must be accompanied by a parent/carer. For further information contact Warminster Library 01985 216022

21 December 2017: Adela & Friends: Christmas Readings at Warminster Library


Join us at Warminster Library on the 21st December at 2pm to listen to a selection of Christmas readings – poetry and prose to suit all tastes. Book your free ticket at Warminster Library 01985 216022

2 January 2018: Over 50’s Employability Course


A one week Employability course for over 50s. There is no cost for this workshop and we cover the cost of transport. If this may be of any interest or if you would like some further information on courses we are currently delivering please call or email on: 07393789584

6 January 2018: Christmas Tree Collection


On the 6th January 2018 we will come to your home and collect your real Christmas tree, which will then be recycled. The collection is free but we would welcome a donation which will enable Dorothy House Hospice Care to continue its good work in supporting people with life-limiting illness and their families. Please book read more…