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The area is made up of chalk, which provides good drainage to the nearby River Wylye, providing plenty of arable and pasturable land near to the village. In 1665, the population had increased to 354 households, approximately 1,800 people.The area contained by the turnpike gates included 2,605 people in 1781.In 1907, a committee was put together to advertise the town, creating a town guide and advertising in national publications.Unfortunately the committee could not come to an agreement with Lord Bath over the location of a new hotel.In 1851, a railway line from Westbury was opened, and then in 1856 the line was continued to Salisbury.The new railway had a devastating effect on the town's market, which fell away almost to nothing, the shops and inns lost most of their business, and the local industries declined.The town was an early adopter of the Turnpikes Act to improve the roads around the town.
The river's name, "Were" may be derived from the Old English "worian" to wander.By 1646, the town had suffered £500 (equivalent to £74,661 in 2016) worth of damages by supporting the Roundheads.The market at Warminster was the focus of the town's prosperity, with significant wool, clothing and malting trades established by the 16th century and continuing to be the economic backbone of the town until the 19th century.The first three elect four councillors each, whilst the last elects a single councillor, creating a total of thirteen councillors.Two of the councillors are elected to act as mayor and deputy mayor.
During the English Civil War, between 16, the town was the site of a few incidents.