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Visit to Dents, Warminster (Volunteers & Members only)

Dents have been making gloves since 1777 when John Dent first set up his business in a small shop in Wood Street, Worcester.  His creativity and belief in quality craftmanship set a new standard for glove-making and Dents quickly became synonymous with English-made luxury gloves which continues to this day.

This visit, which is for our volunteers and paid-up members of the society only, takes us behind the scenes to see how gloves are made today – a fascinating journey to show how gloves are created still using traditional methods.

Very limited spaces so contact us quickly using the contact form on the website or talk to one of our volunteers in the museum if you wish to come.  Final details as to the time of the visit will be confirmed soon.




18 Apr 2024


2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Furnax Lane, Warminster BA12 8PE


Westbury Heritage Society
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