Wiltshire is a place where people love to be. England’s fourth largest unitary council, it offers beautiful landscapes, diverse heritage and attractive towns and villages. Together, they are home to a population of nearly 510,000, including 30,000 military personnel. Most places have fewer than 10,000 residents, except for Salisbury – the county’s only city. Head out into the countryside and you’ll find Stonehenge and Avebury, our two world heritage sites. They are the crowning glory of our scenic county, half of which is classified as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.
County Hall, Trowbridge
In Trowbridge, you’ll find County Hall. It has a rich history and is a true community space, thanks to its café, Atrium and library, which are accessible to all. That means residents and our colleagues can work remotely there, side by side.
Monkton Park, Chippenham
For natural beauty, Monkton Park is the place to go. At this hub, you’ll find walking trails, green space and a great place to get on with work. The Monkton Park area often hosts cultural events, performances and exhibitions, so you might find yourself going back there, perhaps for a concert or sporting event.
Bourne Hill, Salisbury
Bourne Hill is in the centre of Salisbury and has everything you need to work remotely. Architecturally, the hub reflects Salisbury’s heritage as well as modernity. It’s also the perfect place for administration and community activities. Like the sound of that? Bourne Hill’s location means it’s easy to reach.