Chippenham Museum’s annual season dedicated to local art and artists returns with a series of new displays.
18 – 30 October
The local group’s annual selling show, perfect for some early Christmas shopping
4 – 30 November
In his first solo exhibition, local artist Sam Heath depicts the everyday life of his local pub and its community.
4 – 31 December
A display of sketches, models and maquettes, revealing what goes into making a work of art.
Fridays & Saturdays 22 – 30 October
Free entry, 10.30am – 3.30pm
An exhibition celebrating the heritage of Chippenham Station, 180 years on from the station’s opening in 1841.
This exhibition has been created in partnership between the Friends of Chippenham Station and Chippenham Museum. Enjoy a journey through the station’s history from Victorian times to the present day. Taking place in the medieval timber framed Yelde Hall, the exhibition is also a good opportunity to step inside one of Chippenham’s most historic buildings.
The Friends of Chippenham Station are a voluntary group seeking to promote and improve the experience of everyone using the station whether they be commuters, shoppers or visitors. The group officially adopted Chippenham Station in 2019 through the Association of Community Rail Partnerships.
An exhibition celebrating the heritage of Chippenham Station, 180 years after the station opened on 31 May 1841. Enjoy a journey through the station’s history from Victorian times to the present day.
A celebration of the heritage of Chippenham and the surrounding area, Loose Threads is a collaborative exhibition between Chippenham Museum and Bath Textile Artists.
Following a two year project in collaboration with Wiltshire College & University Centre, this exhibition opened at the museum on 1 February until the March 2020 lockdown and brings together memories and memorabilia to tell the story of this iconic Chippenham venue.