The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum

The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum The Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum showcases the history of the county regiments
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The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum showcases the history of the County Regiments of Berkshire and Wiltshire and their more recent successors.

We recently acquired a fabulous addition to our collection! This silver signet ring was worn by Captain Frederick Priest...
08/12/2023

We recently acquired a fabulous addition to our collection!

This silver signet ring was worn by Captain Frederick Priestley MC of the 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. The ring is engraved with the insignia of the Wiltshire Regiment.

On the 27th May 1918, Captain Priestley was wounded whilst fighting with the 1st Battalion in Soissons during the German Spring Offensive and was later listed as missing alongside Captain Arnott. It was assumed that both men been captured as prisoners of war by the Germans. In fact, though Captain Arnott had been taken as a prisoner of war, Captain Priestley was killed by a piece of shrapnel. He is commemorated at Soissons Memorial.

1st Battalion war diary for the 27th May 1918 reads as follows:

"Enemy shelling constantly Battn HQ, M Gun fire continually sweeping roads and tracks to HQ and front line. Supplies of SAA were however maintained.

4.15p.m. Capts Priestley & Arnott report situation to CO at Battn HQ. Capt Priestley wounded, still remains at duty.

5.30p.m. Enemy attacked when owing to greatly superior forces the Battn was compelled to retire and splitting up into small parties slowly withdrew, fighting rearguard actions. Lieut Col Furze DSO, MC, was killed, alike Capt Brooke RAMC. Capts Arnott & Priestley both believed to wounded and prisoners."

Good morning! It's the beginning of another day and we're busy beavering away behind the scenes getting the museum ready...
07/12/2023

Good morning!

It's the beginning of another day and we're busy beavering away behind the scenes getting the museum ready to welcome you back in the new year!

This morning, we have a trivia question for you...
Our museum assistant, Alistair, has hoisted the stars and stripes of the USA at half mast outside the museum today in commemoration of which very famous historical event?

Today is the first in a short series of 'Christmas from the Collection' posts...We're starting off with the famous HRH P...
04/12/2023

Today is the first in a short series of 'Christmas from the Collection' posts...

We're starting off with the famous HRH Princess Mary Christmas 1914 gift tin!

The gift tin was intended as a present to all who were serving either at home or abroad and was paid for by a public fund, supported by HRH Princess Mary, daughter of King George V.

This tin reputedly saved the life of Private W Castle of the Wiltshire Regiment when it was hit by a German bullet.

The final image shows the contents of one such tin, which included:

Ci******es 🚬
To***co
A Christmas Card✉️
A Photograph of HRH Princess Mary👑
A bullet pencil with cartridge case.

Our electrics are back on, so we are able to fully process shop orders again!And there's still plenty of time to get you...
30/11/2023

Our electrics are back on, so we are able to fully process shop orders again!

And there's still plenty of time to get your orders in before Christmas.

Whether it's a colouring set for the kids, or a book for a book for the military history nut in your life, we've got you sorted for the festive season!

In order to ensure that your gifts arrives before the big day, please make sure you place your order before Thursday 14th December.

Good morning!   in 1917, the 1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment were in action at Bourlon Wood, part of the Battle o...
27/11/2023

Good morning!

in 1917, the 1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment were in action at Bourlon Wood, part of the Battle of Cambrai (20th November-7th December).

In the Spring of 1917, the German Army retired to the Hindenburg Line. This line consisted of a heavily wired, continuous line of entrenchments, comprising of the high ground west of Cambrai. After pushing the enemy back to this line, the British Army opened a surprise attack heavily supported by a large number of tanks that swept through the line's wire as far as Bourlon Wood. An excellent observation of Cambrai could be gained from the high ground.

Consequently, attack and counterattack followed each other. The village changed hands regularly. Casualties to both sides were heavy.

1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, part of 99th Brigade, fought at Bourlon Wood. The Brigade withstood the assault by 2 German Divisions between 26th-30th November with little assistance from other units within their division.

Following their part in the battle, 1st Battalion went back to the rear before spending winter in the trenches.

5th Battalion also took part in the Battle of Cambrai and achieved their objectives, despite many of their tanks breaking down, but lost 6 officers and 161 other ranks from a strength of 17 officers and 590 other ranks. Following a German counterattack on the 30th November, they were forced to retire.

2/4th Battalion took part in the battle but their contribution was marginal.

Cambrai 1917 became a battle honour for the Regiment.

With the release of Ridley Scott's new 'Napoleon' film in the UK today, we thought we would share this piece of art from...
22/11/2023

With the release of Ridley Scott's new 'Napoleon' film in the UK today, we thought we would share this piece of art from our collection!

In 1816, the 2/66th (Berkshire) Regiment were shipped to St Helena to guard Napoleon, following his exile to the island the year before. They were joined the following year by the 1/66th Regiment and on the 24th July 1817, the two amalgamated. In September of that year, officers of the Regiment were received by Napoleon himself.

This aquatint print, (originally produced in 1828), depicts Napoleon's funeral procession. After Napoleon died on the 5th May 1821, six grenadiers from the 66th Regiment, (alongside grenadiers of the 22nd Regiment), were chosen to carry his coffin to his tomb. His funeral took place on St Helena on the 9th May 1821.

Good morning!Just a reminder that the museum is now closed for the winter. During this time, we will be cleaning, comple...
20/11/2023

Good morning!

Just a reminder that the museum is now closed for the winter. During this time, we will be cleaning, completing collections conservation tasks and setting up our new temporary exhibition ready for you to come and visit us.

The museum is due to re-open on the 10th February, so put the date in your new 2024 diaries!

Good morning for the final time this year!We are open today from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), so make sure to come on ...
18/11/2023

Good morning for the final time this year!

We are open today from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), so make sure to come on down for one last time before we close for the winter months.

We will be re-opening in February, when we will be unveiling 2024's temporary exhibition!

Good morning! This is a quick message to let everyone know that the museum will be without electricity from this coming ...
16/11/2023

Good morning!

This is a quick message to let everyone know that the museum will be without electricity from this coming Monday, (20th November), until Thursday 30th as we are having checks conducted in The Wardrobe building.

As a result, we will be unable to process shop orders and some of our team will be working from home.

If you are looking to buy something from our online store, please do so in the next few days or it will not be processed until the power is back on.

Although the museum is closed, if you need to get in touch with us then our team are still contactable through the contact details on our website:

https://www.thewardrobe.org.uk/

Good morning!Our doors will be open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), Monday to Saturday. This week is the last that w...
13/11/2023

Good morning!

Our doors will be open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), Monday to Saturday.

This week is the last that we will be open to the public this year, meaning it is your last chance to come and see our current temporary exhibition, 'Never Mind About Your Wife'.

We will be closed to the public over the winter months as we ready the new temporary exhibition and conduct conservation cleaning throughout the museum.

This Remembrance Sunday, we pay our respects to all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in operations across the ...
12/11/2023

This Remembrance Sunday, we pay our respects to all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in operations across the globe.

For our tomorrow, they gave their today.
We will remember them.

On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month in 1918, the armistice was signed, bringing an end to t...
11/11/2023

On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month in 1918, the armistice was signed, bringing an end to the First World War.

"They shall not grow old, As we that are left shall grow old:
Age shall not weary them, Nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun, we shall remember them."



📷: Armistice Day Parade in the barracks, Royal Berkshire Regiment Depot, Reading, 1927.

Did you know we have our own second-hand book shop? Featuring a range of titles and authors from across the world of mil...
09/11/2023

Did you know we have our own second-hand book shop?

Featuring a range of titles and authors from across the world of military history, we've got something for you to sit inside and read with a cuppa during the cold winter months!

Remember, we're only open for one more week, so come ang get yourself a bargain before we close!

Good morning!We are once again open to the public from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), Monday-Saturday.So come in and get...
06/11/2023

Good morning!

We are once again open to the public from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), Monday-Saturday.

So come in and get out of the November weather!

This photograph shows Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein during a visit to the Wiltshire Regiment in Krefeld, Germany, on this day in 1948. In the image, he is talking to Captain Turner (A Company). Behind is Major Coles.

How's the Movember 'tache coming along? As it's Movember, this gives us the perfect excuse once again to show off some o...
03/11/2023

How's the Movember 'tache coming along?

As it's Movember, this gives us the perfect excuse once again to show off some of the moustachioed Victorian Officers from our collection!

📷 1) Doctor J R Scott, Regimental Medical Officer of the 62nd Regiment.
📷 2)Unnamed Officer, 49th Regiment.
📷 3) An unnamed Officer of the 66th Regiment, Isle of Wight, 1870.

Happy Halloween!To celebrate the occasion, we've dug deep into the archive for one of the spookier photographs from the ...
31/10/2023

Happy Halloween!

To celebrate the occasion, we've dug deep into the archive for one of the spookier photographs from the collection...

This photograph shows a soldier of the 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment fighting with the Regiment's 'Pet Ghost' at Mustapha Barracks, Egypt, in 1931!

Good morning!The museum will be closing at 2pm today due to staff shortages. We apologise for any inconvenience this may...
31/10/2023

Good morning!

The museum will be closing at 2pm today due to staff shortages. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

We will be open as normal (10am-5pm) tomorrow.

Good morning!The kids are back to school, so why not come on down to your local regimental museum for some learning of y...
30/10/2023

Good morning!

The kids are back to school, so why not come on down to your local regimental museum for some learning of your own here at The Wardrobe.

We are open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm) from Monday to Saturday.

Entry to the museum is just £5 for adults, £3 for children and FREE for under 5s. We are also completely free for serving military personnel and ex-Regiment.

The attached black & white photograph shows 1 DERR doing some learning of their own during an indoor weapons session in Berlin, in the early 1970s.

Today is the last day of our Halloween Half Term trail!  🎃👻Bring your little ones down to The Wardrobe for our spooky tr...
28/10/2023

Today is the last day of our Halloween Half Term trail! 🎃👻

Bring your little ones down to The Wardrobe for our spooky trail around the museum. Bobbie and his friends have gone missing around the museum and we need you to hunt them down!

The museum is open all day, from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).

Entry to the museum is FREE for kids under 5 and just £3 for 5-16 year olds.

Regimental History 🎖️For his actions on this day in 1854, Lieutenant (later Brevet Major) John Conolly was awarded the V...
26/10/2023

Regimental History 🎖️

For his actions on this day in 1854, Lieutenant (later Brevet Major) John Conolly was awarded the Victoria Cross.

Born in Celbridge, County Dublin, John August Conolly served as a Lieutenant with the 49th Regiment during the Crimean War.

He was awarded the Victoria Cross as a result of his gallant behaviour on the 26th October 1954 at Sebastopol. An attack by the Russians was repulsed and the enemy fell back pursued by men of the 49th Regiment, led by Lieutenant Conolly, whose gallant behaviour was most conspicuous in his action.

He ultimately fell, dangerously wounded, while in personal encounter with several Russians, in defence of his post. He felled one Russian with his telescope.

For his gallantry, Conolly was promoted into the Coldstream Guards and achieved the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

He later married in 1864 and, on leaving the Army, was appointed a Sub-Commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police. Later, he became the Resident Magistrate for the Curragh of Kildare. He died and was buried there in 1888.

His medals were presented to the Coldstream Guards. A replica of the Victoria Cross is on display in our museum.

Good morning!It's the start of another new week, meaning we are opening our doors from Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, (last ...
23/10/2023

Good morning!

It's the start of another new week, meaning we are opening our doors from Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm)!

And, as it's the October Half Term, we've got plenty to keep the kids occupied over the course of the week, including our Halloween trail.

Entry to the museum is FREE for kids under 5 and just £3 for over 5s.

Just one more day to go!Tomorrow is the start of the October half term and we've been busy readying the museum for our H...
18/10/2023

Just one more day to go!

Tomorrow is the start of the October half term and we've been busy readying the museum for our Halloween trail.

Keep your young riflemen occupied this Half Term holiday down at The Wardrobe with our spooky trail around the museum. Our trail will be open all half term long during our opening hours of 10am-5pm, (last entry, 4:30pm).

We hope to see you there!

Good morning, it's Monday morning once again, meaning we are once again swinging the doors open for another week!Our ope...
16/10/2023

Good morning, it's Monday morning once again, meaning we are once again swinging the doors open for another week!

Our opening times are from 10am-5pm (last entry, 4:30pm).

This photo shows HRH, The Duke of Edinburgh, inspecting a company of soldiers from the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire & Wiltshire Regiment. The inspection took place in Salisbury Cathedral Close on the 16th October 2004 [corrected] during the freedom parade through Salisbury.

Recent eagle-eyed visitors may have noticed some new arrivals in the garden.A few short weeks ago, our museum assistant,...
12/10/2023

Recent eagle-eyed visitors may have noticed some new arrivals in the garden.

A few short weeks ago, our museum assistant, Alistair, took delivery of a set of markers for our herb garden. Now, not only can he see which is which more easily, our garden visitors can see exactly what it is that is growing in our fabulous garden!

Did you know, we've currently got 40 different types of herb growing in our garden?🌿 🌱

Do you have a favourite herb? Let us know in the comments.👇

Show off your wild side!We are selling these Garden Life pin badges in our museum shop! For just £2, choose between the ...
11/10/2023

Show off your wild side!

We are selling these Garden Life pin badges in our museum shop! For just £2, choose between the bee, the bird, the butterfly and the hedgehog badge and get in touch with nature.

They're not available to buy though our website, so check out our museum shop during our open hours (10am-5pm) to get yourself one!

Good morning!We're flinging the doors open once again for the start of a new week. We're open from 10am-5pm, (last entry...
09/10/2023

Good morning!

We're flinging the doors open once again for the start of a new week.

We're open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm), Monday to Saturday!

Access to the garden is included in our standard admission charges. You can also buy a Garden Ticket for just £2.

Did you know that the beautiful Copper Beech tree in our garden was planted in 1815 to commemorate the victory at the Battle of Waterloo?

Several of the Rifles Regiment's antecedent regiments participated in this battle.

Come and see it for yourself!

Fancy a cuppa on the go? Or maybe an autumnal pumpkin spiced latté? ☕Whatever your drink of choice, we've got the perfec...
04/10/2023

Fancy a cuppa on the go? Or maybe an autumnal pumpkin spiced latté? ☕

Whatever your drink of choice, we've got the perfect travel mug so you can have a drink on the go!

Our own branded Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum travel mugs are available to buy in the museum shop at just £8, so come in during our open hours (10am-5pm) to get your hands on one.

Good morning!We are once again open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).Did you know that we are FREE for all serving mem...
02/10/2023

Good morning!

We are once again open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).

Did you know that we are FREE for all serving members of the Armed Forces?

Come and pay us a visit!

Regimental HistoryOn this day in September 1915, Lieutenant Alexander Turner was awarded the Victoria Cross for his hero...
28/09/2023

Regimental History

On this day in September 1915, Lieutenant Alexander Turner was awarded the Victoria Cross for his heroic gallantry during the Battle of Loos.

Alexander Buller Turner was born in May 1893, in Reading. He was educated at Wellington College, Berkshire. In August 1914, he obtained his commission into the 3rd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment. Once out in the western front, he was attached to the 1st Battalion.

In 1915, the Allied forces instigated a co-ordinated attack, with the French going on the offensive in Artois and Champagne and the British attacking at Loos. The Battle of Loos (25th September-13th October 1915) is well known as being the first major use of chlorine gas by the British Forces.

The first few days saw successes for the British Forces who, despite heavy losses, managed to break enemy positions. This was halted on the 28th, when the German Army pushed the British Army back.
It was on this day that Lieutenant Turner performed the heroic acts that won him the Victoria Cross.

The Gazette notification of his award states:
'For most conspicuous bravery on the 28th September 1915at Fosse near Vermelles. When the regimental bombers could make no headway in Slag Alley, Lieutenant Turner volunteered to lead a new attack. He pressed down the communication trench practically alone, throwing bombs incessantly with such dash and determination that he drove back the Germans 150 yards without a check. His action enabled the reserves to advance with very little loss, and subsequently covered the flank of his regiment in its retirement, thus averting a loss of some hundreds of men.
This most gallant officer has since died of his wounds received in this action.'

Lieutenant Turner was shot in the abdomen at close range and died at the clearing station at Choques, near Béthune on 1st October. He is buried at the military cemetry there.

Interestingly, Alexander Turner's brother was also awarded the Victoria Cross during the Second World War.

Starting to feel the cold already? 🥶We've got you covered! We're now stocking these brand new, handmade, woolly winter h...
27/09/2023

Starting to feel the cold already? 🥶

We've got you covered!

We're now stocking these brand new, handmade, woolly winter handwarmers.

They're only available in the museum shop, so come on down to The Wardrobe during our open hours (10am-5pm) to get yourself a pair for just £4. But hurry, they're only available whilst stock lasts!

It’s the beginning of a brand new week, which means we are open once again!We are open from 10am-5pm (last entry 4:30pm)...
25/09/2023

It’s the beginning of a brand new week, which means we are open once again!

We are open from 10am-5pm (last entry 4:30pm), Monday-Saturday.

You can return for free, as many times as you like, for one year after the purchase of a ticket. 🎟️

So what are you waiting for?

Need a pick-me-up from the cloudy, rainy autumnal weather? Why not treat yourself to a cuppa with one of our Regimental ...
21/09/2023

Need a pick-me-up from the cloudy, rainy autumnal weather? Why not treat yourself to a cuppa with one of our Regimental and museum mugs!* ☕

We have three designs on sale, (1st Battalion Rifles Regiment, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, and our own Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum mugs) all of which are available in the museum and through our online shop at just £8 each.

Visit our website through the link in the comments section below to check them out now!

*Biscuits not included!

Good morning! The museum is open once again from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).On this day in 1944, the 4th Battalion Wi...
18/09/2023

Good morning! The museum is open once again from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).

On this day in 1944, the 4th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment were in Meldert, Belgium, in readiness for a move into Holland to take part in Operation Market Garden.

Operation Market Garden was the name given to the Allied operation into Nazi-occupied Holland. Beginning on the 17th September 1944, Market Garden attempted to occupy crossings over the River Rhine and advance into northern Germany. The operation was led by 101st and 82nd US Airborne and 1st British Airborne division, supported by a ground force of troops from the Second Army.

The 4th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment had left Seine, (northern France), on the 13th September 1944 and headed north-east, through Mons and across the battlefields of Waterloo and Helchtreen, to join the ground operation. Whilst on the move, they were bombarded with flowers and fruit, with regular halts to deal with demands for ci******es and sweets.

The Battalion left Meldert and eventually arrived in Holland on the 22nd September, reaching Valkenswaard. Here they were halted, owing to the Germans blowing up a bridge north of Eindhoven. After the bridge was repaired that evening, they were on the move again. Arriving just north of the city of Grave, they engaged with the enemy the following day. The Battalion took part in the advance on Arnhem, fighting at Nijmegen a few weeks later. 4th Battalion remained in Holland until 31st January 1945, at which point they returned to Belgium.

Though the operation successfully liberated several towns, including Eindhoven and Nijmegen, the primary airborne objective of capturing the Rhine ended in failure. Holland was eventually liberated in May 1945.

This picture was taken in Valkenswaard, on 21st September 1944. The vehicles in the background belong to the Battalion.

Our museum shop is the hive of activity right now and we're absolutely buzzing to have these new bees in stock! Made by ...
14/09/2023

Our museum shop is the hive of activity right now and we're absolutely buzzing to have these new bees in stock!

Made by local maker, MigglesStudio, we only have a limited stock, so get in now before the sell out.

Coming in two different sizes, the large bee and the keychain, these adorable new items are not on our online shop and are only available in the museum.

Large bees: £4.50
Keychain bees: £1.50

Available only when stocks last, so come and get them!

We would like to thank everyone who has been following along with our museum assistant, Alistair, and his three-wheeled ...
13/09/2023

We would like to thank everyone who has been following along with our museum assistant, Alistair, and his three-wheeled journey across the south of England.

Unfortunately, due to a family issue, Alistair has had to return home much earlier than expected from his adventure. But he has promised to complete the journey at some point in the future.

However, before leaving for home, he did manage to visit one more place and asked us to put one last post up before finishing!

So, one last time, can you guess where he is?

He has sent us the following clues:

"The lady who founded this abbey in the 1200s founded this place for nuns in the morning before riding 16 miles to found another monastery in the afternoon and later became the sheriff of Wiltshire. Where am I?"

One last time, put your guesses in the comment section and we'll reveal the answer tomorrow morning!

It might be late in the day, but that hasn't stopped Alistair from visiting yet another site today!So, can anyone guess ...
12/09/2023

It might be late in the day, but that hasn't stopped Alistair from visiting yet another site today!

So, can anyone guess where he is?

He has sent us the following clues:

"I am in the first capital of England. The current church is the third to stand on this site. It's also the first I've visited that isn't open!"

Where am I?

Put your guesses in the comments section below and we'll reveal the answer tomorrow!

After a day's rest, our museum assistant Alistair has once again been on the move and is at his next destination. So, it...
12/09/2023

After a day's rest, our museum assistant Alistair has once again been on the move and is at his next destination.

So, it's time for you to guess... Where's Alistair?

He has sent the following clues:

"The first king of England, King Edgar, was crowned here.
My second clue is: William Herschel set his telescope up nearby at New King Street in March 1781 and discovered Uranus. So, where am I?"

Put your guesses in the comment section and we'll reveal the answer later on today!

Good morning! The museum is once again open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).This photo shows men of the 2nd Battalion...
11/09/2023

Good morning! The museum is once again open from 10am-5pm, (last entry 4:30pm).

This photo shows men of the 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment marching through Italy in September 1943.

In August 1943, 2nd Battalion sailed to Messina and later by sea to Palmi. After landing, they advanced up the coastal road, encountering strong German rearguard opposition. Their commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Palmer, was badly wounded.

Following this, the Battalion marched all night through the mountains of Vibo Valentia, receiving news of the Italian surrender on the way.

It is believed that this photograph was taken at the start of this march.

For its part in the Italian campaign, the 2nd Battalion earned the Regiment the following battle honours: Solarino, Simeto Bridgehead, Sicily 1943, Gargliano Crossing, Minturno, Anzio, Advance to Tiber, and Italy 1943-1944.

It’s the start of a new day and Alistair is already at his next spot, so it’s time for you to guess…Where is he?He has s...
10/09/2023

It’s the start of a new day and Alistair is already at his next spot, so it’s time for you to guess…
Where is he?

He has sent the following clues:

“This place has an Anglo-Saxon font that predates the current church and it has the oldest clock face in the UK. It has an elegant scissor arch built in 1338 to stop the tower from sinking. Where am I?”

Put your guesses in the comment section and we’ll reveal the answer later!

After a brief and unplanned detour to Cleeve Abbey yesterday, Alistair has finally arrived at the next scheduled destina...
09/09/2023

After a brief and unplanned detour to Cleeve Abbey yesterday, Alistair has finally arrived at the next scheduled destination!

But can you guess where it is?

This one is a very famous site, so Alistair has provided fewer clues today!

“Where am I?
The first church was built on this site in AD 43 and King Alfred burnt some cakes nearby!”

Put your guesses in the comment section below and we’ll reveal the answer.

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The Wardrobe, 58 The Close
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Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm

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