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The Weather in Warminster
Check out the climate diagram for Warminster. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Warminster, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
Rediscover historic England with Warminster holiday lettings
Your holiday home in Warminster is situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Beneath the chalk hills of Wiltshire, amidst proliferate wildlife and flora, the town is redolent with history stretching back to the Iron Age.
Ancient hill forts and royal gloves
Warminster takes its name from the Saxon Minster Church of Denys on the River Ware. Around the town's seven hills, the remains of Iron Age forts are still discernible, especially at Cley Hill. Meanwhile, the town's operational maltings are the oldest in the country.
The Dents Glove Factory was established in 1777 and once supplied gloves to George III. Book ahead to view the factory's fascinating museum with its many insights into period costume.
Sailing and swimming in Warminster
In the summer, Warminster's huge paddling pool attracts crowds of children. It is located in Warminster Park, an idyllic spot with a sparkling lake that was recently restored to its full glory. Year round, the park offers a skatepark and tennis courts, along with a putting green where the entire family can enjoy a game. Close by, you'll find Smallbrook Meadows Nature Reserve which is known for its water vole population.
Alternatively, why not take a bike trip through the attractive villages surrounding the town? There are a number of local cycle paths in the vicinity. You can also cruise about on a dingy on picturesque Shearwater Lake.
Festivals from the days of yore
Experience traditional music and historical re-enactments in Warminster's most exciting and atmospheric venues at Warminster Festival every October.
Should you be in town in June, you'll find it transformed by Nostalgia Festival, which brings together classic cars, bikes and aeroplanes, vintage clothing, traditional music and food. Don your 40s frock or flat cap and head into the green fields surrounding Warminster for some unforgettable retro fun in the sun.
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