Warminster is a town in the county of Wiltshire that is said to have derived its name from a monastery from the Anglo-Saxon era. River Were passes through the middle of the town while a number of churches line the streets of Warminster. The area is home to the Warminster Maltings, which is the oldest establishment of this kind to still be running. The town is mainly residential with five-suburbs and the massive Warminster Park right in the middle of it all. Warminster Baptist Church and Christ Church are two of the many landmarks in the area.
The town of Warminster is home to a number of building and construction companies along with building material suppliers. There are copywriters with office space in town alongside graphic design firms and marketing consultants. The area is also home to software development firms, production houses, landscape architects and software development companies. Middleton and Upsall LLP and Chichi Designs are among the firms to have their offices in Warminster.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Warminster has several options for entertainment. Athenaeum is a popular venue for theatre productions while the Regal Cinema is a great place for fans of the silver screen. There is a lot to choose from when eating out in Warminster. The Snooty Fox serves excellent British cuisine. Thai Rice is all about food from Thailand, and The Dove Inn gives traditional British dishes a modern touch.
Warminster railway station is the town’s direct connection to the Wessex Main Line and is the biggest station along that route. Bristol Airport is the closest domestic and international airport in the area while the A36 and A350 are the main roads that provide connectivity to the town. A number of buses and coach services run along these roads along with private taxi services.