ONE of the finest heritage centres in the county has reopened for the summer season.

Pewsey Heritage Centre throws open its doors from 10am to 4pm from Monday to Saturday.

Entry is £2 for adults with free admission for children accompanied by an adult.

The collection is housed in the former foundry building of Whatley and Hosier, a water and agricultural engineering firm.

Highlights include photographs and memorabilia depicting the history of the village as well as artefacts and exhibits relating to Pewsey and the surrounding areas of the Vale over the last 100 years.

Sunday, May 19, there will be a afternoon tea concert at 2.30pm in the centre with the Blue Belles.

Tickets at £7 from the centre.

Also, volunteer door stewards are still wanted for those have an interest in local history, have some time to spare on either Monday, Friday or Saturday.

If you would like to volunteer please contact Linda Keepence on 01672 562618