Public access is granted for up to 50 days in each year, however, as a rule the number of days granted falls well short of the maximum.  Public notices are posted on the Ministry of Defence Web Site and in the local press.  Access is usually granted during the Easter and Christmas/New Year periods; also during August.  The military training programme will dictate dates of public access in any one year.

How to get to Imber

Imber can be approached from Warminster (off the B3414) and the A360 (Salisbury to Devizes road) at Gore Cross between Tilshead and West Lavington; also, from Bratton (off the B3098) and Heytesbury (off the A36).

Imber does not have a Postcode. The grid reference is ST965 485

Using What3Words.  Many people are now using the What3Words app to find and then navigate to locations.  It is said to be accurate to within 3 metres.  
To navigate directly to St Giles Church in Imber go here

Please Note: It seems that quite a few people miss the turning from the A360. Coming from Salisbury and three miles from Tilshead take the left turn just after the sign displaying West Lavington ahead and The Ridgeway to the right. Coming from Devizes and one and three quarter miles from West Lavington take the right turn just after the sign displaying Tilshead ahead and The Ridgeway to the left. Having made the turn keep straight on, passing a group of white houses on the left. Imber village is three and a half miles from the main road. If coming from Warminster take the Imber Road, passing the garrison church of St Giles and Waterloo Lines (previously known as The Land Warfare Centre) on the left. Keep straight on for approximately six miles until you reach Imber village.

(No details have been included for the Heytesbury and Bratton roads as these are not very good roads, although some people do use them).