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Royal Wootton Bassett Poster

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A retro travel style poster of the centre of Royal Wootton Bassett and its old town hall.

Text reads: Royal Wootton Bassett Wiltshire

About the hall and town

The old town hall was constructed in 1695 and throughout its lifetime has been a meeting room, courthouse, school, and after a refurbishment in 1889, a library. Today it is a small museum housing items from the history of the town. 

Sitting in the north of Wiltshire close Swindon, the small market town of Wootton Bassett became known for being on the route of repatriations of armed forces service men and women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan in the late 2000s. Following a few years of locals gathering to pay respects and tributes, the town was granted a Royal patronage in 2011.

Free UK delivery on orders £25+

There is free UK postage for all orders over £25. Orders costing £11 or less have a £1 postage charge. Orders between £11 and £25 have a £2 postage charge.

All orders are sent by First Class Royal Mail. Orders are dispatched twice a week, usually on Monday and Thursday mornings.

Europe, USA & everywhere else in the world

You can't order for outside of the UK from this website but you can from our Fy store, where most of the designs are available and they all have free international shipping as well as more sizes and framing options.

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High quality print

All designs are original and created from scratch.

All products are printed in the UK on a fine art quality digital press, and are highly UV light resistant. Posters are heavyweight 200gsm, cards are 350gsm.

Posters are supplied unframed.

Environment first

All posters/cards are printed on 100% recycled paper with a slight fleck, adding to the vintage feel.

Each print comes flat in a biodegradable wrap and backed with recycled board to avoid creasing & damage. Packaging is 100% recyclable.

2% of all purchases support Glos and Wilts Wildlife Trusts. Read more