Wrap up warm and head for Stourhead, visit an art exhibition or meet an armour expert.
AUTUMN GARDEN TOURS
Enjoy a tour as your guide shares the history of the garden with you. Little ones love Stourhead too. Days Out with the Kids has named Stourhead the best place to find sycamore tree helicopters.
WILTSHIRE MUSIC CENTRE, BRADFORD
Folk superstar Kathryn Tickell returns with an evening of music and storytelling inspired by her native Northumbria. Composer, fiddler and piper, Kathryn was awarded the OBE in 2015.
Tickets £19; wiltshiremusic.org.uk
October 11-November 18
PETER WALDRON: ODYSSEY
SWINDON ART GALLERY
Peter Waldron’s bold abstract paintings are inspired by the rhythm, colour and energy of natural forms. This exhibition explores his works through his paintings and drawings.
Until November 18.
MARS AND THE MUSES
BOUVERIE HALL, PEWSEY
Dr Tobias Capwell is curator of arms and armour at the Wallace Collection, London, and will talk on armour as one of the great Renaissance art forms.
New members welcome: pewsey email@example.com; 7.30pm
WINDS AND WORDS OF WAR
WILTSHIRE MUSEUM, DEVIZES
Lecture by the curator of this exhibition of First World War propaganda prints and posters from the San Antonio Public Library Collection.
Costs £6.50; booking essential.
See Bowood House decorated for a family Christmas and indulge in a fantastic shopping experience at stalls filled with toys, food, antiques, evening clothes, shoes and flowers. November 22-24; bowood.org
SALISBURY DISTRICT HOSPITAL
The Salisbury Group of Artists will exhibit original works, including local landscapes, with commission on all sales going to the ArtCare Fund. Pictured is Sunset by Jeannie Cooksley-Kar (29cm by 21cm).
MILTON LILBOURNE VILLAGE HALL
Milton Lilbourne Art Group’s 34th annual exhibition in the village hall will include around 100 paintings by local artists, including Winter Morning by Allan Samuels.
Free entry. November 25-26, 10am-5pm.
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