Last Updated 22 Oct 2016

There has been a settlement at Imber since 967AD.  The village was evacuated in 1943 and remains deserted until today

The Church of St Giles is open for visitors and services on specified days of the year

The Friends of St Giles offer everybody a warm welcome on the days shown on the Events page

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St Giles Church is CLOSED
St Giles is Closed to visitors
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Annual Service of Remembrance
The annual remembrance service will be held at St Giles on Saturday 12th November.  There will be no general access to Imber on that weekend.  Please see details.
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Festival of Carols 2016
The annual festival of Carols will be held in St Giles Church on Saturday 17th December
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Christmas and New Year Open Days
St Giles Church will be open to visitors between 27th December and 2nd January 2017
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Neil Skelton Receives BEM
On Sunday 21st August, Neil Skelton, Custodian of St Giles Church, received his award of the British Empire Medal from the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire for his services to the church in Imber.  More pictures can be found on our facebook page

SPTA Newsletter November 2016
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) publishes a monthly Newsletter about the Salisbury Plain Training Area (SPTA). The November 2016 SPTA Newsletter is now available. 

 November 2016 edition of the SPTA Newsletter
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 Membership has passed 2,750 !
Membership of the St Giles Church Mailing List has now passed 2,750 !!   Sign up for advance information about the church and open days.  We do not share your details

Frequently Asked Questions
There is a section here that answers many of the questions visitors ask about Imber and St Giles Church.  Please look here before asking us your question in an email.  It may be answered for you.  Click Here for Answers

We are on Facebook
We have entered the 21st century and now have a facebook page.  Please use it to see what we are up to and to tell us about your visit to St Giles Church.  Share your pictures as well.  Also, sign up to our mailing list for information on open days.

SPTA Safety Leaflet
We have been given a copy of the SPTA Imber Safety Leaflet and are pleased to make it available on our FAQs page take a look at the leaflet here

Want a Fridge Magnet ?
We now have St Giles Church Fridge Magnets for sale.  They can be purchased in the church on open days or if you want one now, go to our shop for details

Need Questions Answered ?
We now have a Frequently Asked Questions section.  Please see the menu on the left hand side to go to the "Any Questions?" page.

Purchase a CD
The Yirdbards have issued a CD called "The Ghosts of Old Imber".  You can purchase a copy here
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Travel to Imber by Horse and Carriage
A local company offers a memorable journey to St Giles Church by horse and carriage
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Important Information Regarding Access to Imber
There is no public access to Imber except on dates shown on this web site. 
  Please click here for information regarding access to Imber Village

Mailing List Exceeds 2,750 !!
Our Mailing List has now passed 2,750 subscribers.  We're on our way to 3,000 so why not sign up now.  It's Free and you can be assured that your details are never shared with any third party.

We have received images from a number of contributors.  They have been arranged in sections. We hope you like the way they are presented.
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Having problems finding us ?
Some people have difficulties finding when to turn off the main roads

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