Nearby Attractions

Swindon Town Football Club

Swindon Town Football Club Formed in 1881. One end is the Stratton Bank Stand, a former terrace with rows of seats. This is an uncovered area with a clock above it along with a small electric scoreboard. Opposite is the covered Town End. The sides are larger, two tiered covered stands towering above the two ends. The newest of these is the Nationwide Stand, while on the other side is the older Arkells Stand. The latter has windshields on either side and a few supporting pillars. The ground also benefits by a set of four floodlight pylons.

New College Swindon

New College Swindon, located at Swindon, Wiltshire, offers Part-Time, Full-Time, Higher Education, Access and Business Services to students. Full time courses are offered in the areas of History, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Performing Arts, Science, English, Travel and Tourism, General Studies, Pre 16, Computing & ICT, etc. Some of the Access courses offered are:Foundation, Business Studies, English and Humanities, Geography/Environmental Studies, History, Information Technology, etc. Honours Degree programs are offered in English Literature, Psychology or as a Combined Award.

Wrag Barn Golf and Country Club - Highworth

Deep in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and just outside the historic town of Highworth is the exceptional golf course at Wrag Barn Golf & Country Club. With outstanding views of the Downs and the Vale of White Horse, Wrag Barn boasts one of the region’s outstanding venues for Golf, Weddings, Business Meetings and Casual Dining. Since opening its doors in 1990, Wrag Barn has traditionally offered a warm welcome. Ever attentive to individual wishes and needs, the aim is to provide unbeatable service. The philosophy is to always exceed expectations. All should leave content that their visit to Wrag Barn has fulfilled its promise, right down to the smallest detail.

The Swindon College

The Swindon College is a higher and a further education college that is located at Wiltshire, England. The College comprises of nearly 2,500 full-time students in the age group of 16 to 18 years, 500 higher education students and 11,000 part-time adult students. The College offers Business Training and Work-Based Learning such as Apprenticeships, part-time Adult and Leisure courses. The various programs offered include hair, beauty, engineering, construction, catering and hospitality, computing, art and design, motor vehicle studies, plumbing, and music.

Ogbourne Downs Golf Club - Marlborough

Whether you are a member or visitor to Ogbourne Downs, you can be assured of a warm, friendly welcome every time. The course offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities and is an excellent choice for parties or the single golfer alike. The club offers a wide range of excellent facilities and has an active golfing and social calendar. The course was designed by J.H. Taylor in 1927 and still retains its original character as it undulates over the superb turf of the Marlborough Downs. Not only does Ogbourne Downs offer a superb golf course, there are also some excellent practise facilities at your disposal.

Marlborough Golf Club - Marlborough

Founded in 1888 and set in the beautiful rolling Marlborough Downs, the course presents a real challenge to the low handicapper – the Wiltshire Professional Championship has been held at Marlborough for the last 12 years – at the same time as providing a fair test for those with higher handicaps. The back 9 are played on 114 year old turf;indeed the hole layouts are largely unchanged . The course was extended to 18 holes in 1970. But what distinguishes most is the friendliness of our staff and members. Whether its golf or a function, you can be sure you’ll have a great time at Marlborough.