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Wiltshire from the air
Published: 2016/07/13
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Escape to the Country Wiltshire 13x13
Published: 2016/10/13
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Stephen Wiltshire
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Published: 2014/11/11
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Escape to the Country Wiltshire [BBC] 10 October 2017
Escape to the Country Wiltshire [BBC] 10 October 2017
Published: 2017/10/10
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The Thought Police of Wiltshire Investigate Mean Words | 999 What’s Your Emergency
The Thought Police of Wiltshire Investigate Mean Words | 999 What’s Your Emergency
Published: 2017/08/12
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Stephen Wiltshire
Stephen Wiltshire's Singapore Panorama. Full timelapse
Published: 2014/07/22
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Why do girls love having kids by dudes that don't want to have kids with you?!
Published: 2017/12/07
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Artist Stephen Wiltshire draws Mexico City from memory
Artist Stephen Wiltshire draws Mexico City from memory
Published: 2016/10/31
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Wiltshire voted for a Brexit but they
Wiltshire voted for a Brexit but they're not sure why or what it means
Published: 2016/07/05
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Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire
Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire
Published: 2007/04/07
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Escape to the Country Wiltshire [BBC] 20 November 2017
Escape to the Country Wiltshire [BBC] 20 November 2017
Published: 2017/11/20
Channel: Adrian Hood
Prehistoric
Prehistoric 'House of the Dead' unearthed in Wiltshire
Published: 2017/07/12
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Stone henge,Skeletons, Ancient Britain, English Heritage. Wiltshire man visits:)
Stone henge,Skeletons, Ancient Britain, English Heritage. Wiltshire man visits:)
Published: 2017/12/14
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Wiltshire from the air - part 2
Wiltshire from the air - part 2
Published: 2016/09/12
Channel: VisitWiltshire
Dilton Marsh - Least Used Station In Wiltshire
Dilton Marsh - Least Used Station In Wiltshire
Published: 2017/11/16
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Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Creating a Drum Track from Scratch - Pt1
Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Creating a Drum Track from Scratch - Pt1
Published: 2015/12/24
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Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Mixing & Arranging a Drum Track - Pt2
Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Mixing & Arranging a Drum Track - Pt2
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DRONE CATCH UFO OVER WHITE HORSE WILTSHIRE UK
Published: 2015/09/29
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Stephen Wiltshire draws NYC for UBS
Stephen Wiltshire draws NYC for UBS
Published: 2011/07/14
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Stephen Wiltshire draws Singapore skyline from memory
Stephen Wiltshire draws Singapore skyline from memory
Published: 2014/07/25
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Time Team S08-E07 Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
Time Team S08-E07 Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
Published: 2013/04/22
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Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Mixing & Arranging a Drum Track - Pt3
Masters at Work: James Wiltshire (Freemasons, Beyonce) Mixing & Arranging a Drum Track - Pt3
Published: 2015/12/26
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Stephen Wiltshire draws Mexico City Panorama
Stephen Wiltshire draws Mexico City Panorama
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: Stephen Wiltshire
Escape to the Country Wiltshire 16x56
Escape to the Country Wiltshire 16x56
Published: 2016/10/25
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Stephen Wiltshire, la camara viviente
Stephen Wiltshire, la camara viviente
Published: 2011/04/18
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La CDMX, dibujada por Stephen Wiltshire
La CDMX, dibujada por Stephen Wiltshire
Published: 2016/10/29
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Published: 2009/10/29
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Time Team Special 36 (2009) - The Secrets of Stonehenge (Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire)
Time Team Special 36 (2009) - The Secrets of Stonehenge (Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire)
Published: 2012/09/09
Channel: Fillask
Stephen Wiltshire draws Rome from memory
Stephen Wiltshire draws Rome from memory
Published: 2006/06/25
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J. Wiltshire - Closer (Original Mix)
J. Wiltshire - Closer (Original Mix)
Published: 2013/03/23
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Dragon Ball Super Episode 105 Review!
Dragon Ball Super Episode 105 Review!
Published: 2017/08/27
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Stephen Wiltshire draws Tokyo from memory
Stephen Wiltshire draws Tokyo from memory
Published: 2006/10/02
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EXPLORING ABANDONED HOSPITAL (WILTSHIRE)
EXPLORING ABANDONED HOSPITAL (WILTSHIRE)
Published: 2016/08/30
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Wiltshire man Stealth Hooped Bivi Wildcamp March 2017
Published: 2017/03/19
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Dessin au premier regard – Nissan MICRA & Stephen Wiltshire
Dessin au premier regard – Nissan MICRA & Stephen Wiltshire
Published: 2016/12/15
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Daquan Wiltshire Roast Compilation: Wendy Williams, Special Random, Jaden Smith, Rihanna
Daquan Wiltshire Roast Compilation: Wendy Williams, Special Random, Jaden Smith, Rihanna
Published: 2017/09/12
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Daquan Wiltshire Celebrity Roast: PnB Rock!
Daquan Wiltshire Celebrity Roast: PnB Rock!
Published: 2017/10/26
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Savants Daniel Tammet and Stephen Wiltshire Explain How They Think - "A Beautiful Mind"
Savants Daniel Tammet and Stephen Wiltshire Explain How They Think - "A Beautiful Mind"
Published: 2017/03/23
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A Ride Through Melksham, Wiltshire
A Ride Through Melksham, Wiltshire
Published: 2012/10/21
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2w0 - The Plural(Official Music Video) Dir. by Wiltshire Productions
2w0 - The Plural(Official Music Video) Dir. by Wiltshire Productions
Published: 2017/12/09
Channel: Wiltshire Productions
¿Cómo dibujar un monstruo? Stephen Wiltshire lo hace en la CDMX
¿Cómo dibujar un monstruo? Stephen Wiltshire lo hace en la CDMX
Published: 2016/10/25
Channel: Aristegui Noticias
Town Centre, Chippenham, Wiltshire
Town Centre, Chippenham, Wiltshire
Published: 2013/11/10
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Stephen Wiltshire - The Human Camera
Stephen Wiltshire - The Human Camera
Published: 2016/06/02
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Daquan Wiltshire Instagram Compilation
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STONEHENGE -Wiltshire, England
STONEHENGE -Wiltshire, England
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Daquan Wiltshire Comedy Reel
Daquan Wiltshire Comedy Reel
Published: 2016/01/31
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Wiltshire
County
County Flag of Wiltshire.svg
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Wiltshire within England
Wiltshire in England
Coordinates: 51°20′N 1°55′W / 51.333°N 1.917°W / 51.333; -1.917Coordinates: 51°20′N 1°55′W / 51.333°N 1.917°W / 51.333; -1.917
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Country England
Region South West
Established Ancient
Ceremonial county
Lord Lieutenant Sarah Rose Troughton
High Sheriff Lady Penny Marland (2017–18)
Area 3,485 km2 (1,346 sq mi)
 • Ranked 14th of 48
Population (mid-2016 est.) 706,300
 • Ranked 34th of 48
Density 202/km2 (520/sq mi)
Ethnicity 96.7% White
1.3% Asian
1.2% Mixed Race
0.6% Black
0.2% Other
Unitary authority
Council Wiltshire Council
Executive Conservative
Admin HQ Trowbridge
Area 3,255 km2 (1,257 sq mi)
 • Ranked 3rd of 326
Population 488,400
 • Ranked 8th of 326
Density 150/km2 (390/sq mi)
ISO 3166-2 GB-WIL
ONS code 00HY
GSS code E06000054
NUTS UKK15
Website www.wiltshire.gov.uk
Wiltshire Ceremonial Numbered 2009.png
Districts of Wiltshire
Unitary
Districts
  1. Wiltshire
  2. Swindon
Members of Parliament List of MPs
Police Wiltshire Police
Time zone Greenwich Mean Time (UTC)
 • Summer (DST) British Summer Time (UTC+1)

Wiltshire (/ˈwɪlər/ or /-ɪər/[1]) is a county in South West England with an area of 3,485 km2 (1,346 square miles).[2] It is landlocked and borders the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. The county town was originally Wilton, after which the county is named, but Wiltshire Council is now based in the county town of Trowbridge.

Wiltshire is characterised by its high downland and wide valleys. Salisbury Plain is noted for being the location of the Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles and other ancient landmarks, and as a training area for the British Army. The city of Salisbury is notable for its mediaeval cathedral. Important country houses open to the public include Longleat, near Warminster, and the National Trust's Stourhead, near Mere.

Toponymy[edit]

The county, in the 9th century written as Wiltunscir, later Wiltonshire, is named after the former county town of Wilton.[3]

History[edit]

Wiltshire is notable for its pre-Roman archaeology. The Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age people that occupied southern Britain built settlements on the hills and downland that cover Wiltshire. Stonehenge and Avebury are perhaps the most famous Neolithic sites in the UK.

In the 6th and 7th centuries Wiltshire was at the western edge of Saxon Britain, as Cranborne Chase and the Somerset Levels prevented the advance to the west. The Battle of Bedwyn was fought in 675 between Escuin, a West Saxon nobleman who had seized the throne of Queen Saxburga, and King Wulfhere of Mercia.[4] In 878 the Danes invaded the county. Following the Norman Conquest, large areas of the country came into the possession of the crown and the church.

At the time of the Domesday Survey the industry of Wiltshire was largely agricultural; 390 mills are mentioned, and vineyards at Tollard and Lacock. In the succeeding centuries sheep-farming was vigorously pursued, and the Cistercian monastery of Stanley exported wool to the Florentine and Flemish markets in the 13th and 14th centuries.

In the 17th century English Civil War Wiltshire was largely Parliamentarian. The Battle of Roundway Down, a Royalist victory, was fought near Devizes.

In 1794 it was decided at a meeting at the Bear Inn in Devizes to raise a body of ten independent troops of Yeomanry for the county of Wiltshire, which formed the basis for what would become the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, who served with distinction both at home and abroad, during the Boer War, World War I and World War II. The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry currently lives on as Y (RWY) Squadron, based in Swindon, and B (RWY) Squadron, based in Salisbury, of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry.[5]

Around 1800 the Kennet and Avon Canal was built through Wiltshire, providing a route for transporting cargoes from Bristol to London until the development of the Great Western Railway.

Information on the 261 civil parishes of Wiltshire is available on Wiltshire Council's Wiltshire Community History[6] website which has maps, demographic data, historic and modern pictures and short histories.

The local nickname for Wiltshire natives is "Moonrakers". This originated from a story of smugglers who managed to foil the local Excise men by hiding their alcohol, possibly French brandy in barrels or kegs, in a village pond. When confronted by the excise men they raked the surface to conceal the submerged contraband with ripples, and claimed that they were trying to rake in a large round cheese visible in the pond, really a reflection of the full moon. The officials took them for simple yokels or mad and left them alone, allowing them to continue with their illegal activities. Many villages claim the tale for their own village pond, but the story is most commonly linked with The Crammer in Devizes.[7][8]

Geology, landscape and ecology[edit]

Cherhill White Horse, east of Calne

Two-thirds of Wiltshire, a mostly rural county, lies on chalk, a kind of soft, white, porous limestone that is resistant to erosion, giving it a high chalk downland landscape. This chalk is part of a system of chalk downlands throughout eastern and southern England formed by the rocks of the Chalk Group and stretching from the Dorset Downs in the west to Dover in the east. The largest area of chalk in Wiltshire is Salisbury Plain, which is used mainly for arable agriculture and by the British Army as training ranges. The highest point in the county is the Tan HillMilk Hill ridge in the Pewsey Vale, just to the north of Salisbury Plain, at 295 m (968 ft) above sea level.

The chalk uplands run northeast into West Berkshire in the Marlborough Downs ridge, and southwest into Dorset as Cranborne Chase. Cranborne Chase, which straddles the border, has, like Salisbury Plain, yielded much Stone Age and Bronze Age archaeology. The Marlborough Downs are part of the North Wessex Downs AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), a 1,730 km2 (670-square-mile) conservation area.

In the northwest of the county, on the border with South Gloucestershire and Bath and North East Somerset, the underlying rock is the resistant oolite limestone of the Cotswolds. Part of the Cotswolds AONB is also in Wiltshire, in the county's northwestern corner.

Between the areas of chalk and limestone downland are clay valleys and vales. The largest of these vales is the Avon Vale. The Avon cuts diagonally through the north of the county, flowing through Bradford-on-Avon and into Bath and Bristol. The Vale of Pewsey has been cut through the chalk into Greensand and Oxford Clay in the centre of the county. In the south west of the county is the Vale of Wardour. The southeast of the county lies on the sandy soils of the northernmost area of the New Forest.

Chalk is a porous rock, so the chalk hills have little surface water. The main settlements in the county are therefore situated at wet points. Notably, Salisbury is situated between the chalk of Salisbury Plain and marshy flood plains.

Climate[edit]

Along with the rest of South West England, Wiltshire has a temperate climate which is generally wetter and milder than the rest of the country.[9] The annual mean temperature is approximately 10 °C (50.0 °F). Seasonal temperature variation is less extreme than most of the United Kingdom because of the adjacent sea temperatures. The summer months of July and August are the warmest with mean daily maxima of approximately 21 °C (69.8 °F). In winter mean minimum temperatures of 1 °C (33.8 °F) or 2 °C (35.6 °F) are common.[9] In the summer the Azores high pressure affects the south-west of England, however convective cloud sometimes forms inland, reducing the number of hours of sunshine. Annual sunshine rates are slightly less than the regional average of 1,600 hours.[9] In December 1998 there were 20 days without sun recorded at Yeovilton. Most of the rainfall in the south-west is caused by Atlantic depressions or by convection. Most of the rainfall in autumn and winter is caused by the Atlantic depressions, which is when they are most active. In summer, a large proportion of the rainfall is caused by sun heating the ground leading to convection and to showers and thunderstorms. Average rainfall is around 700 mm (28 in). About 8–15 days of snowfall is typical. November to March have the highest mean wind speeds, and June to August have the lightest winds. The predominant wind direction is from the south-west.[9]

Economy[edit]

This is a chart of trend of regional gross value added (GVA) of Wiltshire at current basic prices[10] with figures in millions of British Pounds Sterling.

Year Regional gross value added[11] Agriculture[12] Industry[13] Services[14]
1995 4,354 217 1,393 2,743
2000 5,362 148 1,566 3,647
2003 6,463 164 1,548 4,751

The Wiltshire economy benefits from the "M4 corridor effect", which attracts business, and the attractiveness of its countryside, towns and villages. The northern part of the county is richer than the southern part, particularly since Swindon is home to national and international corporations such as Honda, Intel, Motorola, Patheon, Catalent (formerly known as Cardinal Health), Becton-Dickinson, WHSmith, Early Learning Centre and Nationwide, with Dyson located in nearby Malmesbury. Wiltshire’s employment structure is distinctive in having a significantly higher number of people in various forms of manufacturing (especially electrical equipment and apparatus, food products, and beverages, furniture, rubber, pharmaceuticals, and plastic goods) than the national average.

In addition, there is higher than average employment in public administration and defence, due to the military establishments around the county, particularly around Amesbury and Corsham. There are sizeable British Army barracks at Tidworth, Bulford and Warminster. Further north RAF Lyneham was home to the RAF's Hercules C130 fleet until 2011; RAF operations ceased in late-2012 and a new Defence Technical Training College is currently being developed there. Wiltshire is also distinctive in having a high proportion of its working age population who are economically active – (86.6% in 1999–2000), and its low unemployment rates. The gross domestic product (GDP) level in Wiltshire did not reach the UK average in 1998, and was only marginally above the rate for South West England.[15]

Government and infrastructure[edit]

Service Children's Education has its headquarters in Trenchard Lines in Upavon, Wiltshire.[16]

Education[edit]

Wiltshire has twenty-nine county secondary schools, publicly funded, of which the largest is Warminster Kingdown, and another thirteen independent secondaries, including Marlborough College, St Mary's Calne, Dauntsey's near Devizes, and Warminster School. The county schools are nearly all comprehensives, with the older pattern of education surviving only in Salisbury, which has two grammar schools (South Wilts Grammar School for Girls and Bishop Wordsworth's School) and three secondary moderns. All but two of the county secondary schools in the former districts of West Wiltshire and North Wiltshire have Sixth forms, but only half of those in the rest of the county.

There are three further education colleges, New College, Swindon, Wiltshire College and Swindon College, providing some higher education.

As yet there are no universities within Wiltshire, except that Bath Spa University has a centre at Corsham Court in Corsham, and Oxford Brookes University maintains a minor campus in Swindon (almost 50 km from Oxford). Outline plans for a projected University of Swindon or University of Wiltshire were announced by the Borough of Swindon in November 2008, but the scheme remains uncommitted. Swindon therefore remains the UK's largest centre of population without its own university. The closest university to Wiltshire's county town of Trowbridge is the University of Bath. Wiltshire is therefore one of the few remaining English counties without a university or university college.

Demographics[edit]

The county registered a population of 680,137 in the 2011 Census. Wiltshire (outside Swindon) has a low population density of 1.4 persons per hectare, when compared against 4.1 for England as a whole.[17]

Wiltshire Swindon Total
Usual resident population 470,981 209,156 680,137
Age 65 or over 18.1% 13.7% 16.8%
Density (persons per hectare) 1.4 9.1 2.0
Households 194,194 88,360 282,554

Historical population of Wiltshire county:[18]

1801 1851 1901 1951 2001
185,107 254,221 271,394 386,692 613,024

Politics and administration[edit]

Westminster Parliamentary[edit]

Overall number of seats as of 2015
Conservative Liberal Democrats Labour UKIP Green Others
7 0 0 0 0 0

Council[edit]

The ceremonial county of Wiltshire consists of two unitary authority areas, Wiltshire and Swindon, governed respectively by Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council.

Until the 2009 structural changes to local government in England, Wiltshire (apart from Swindon) was a two-level county, divided into four local government districts, Kennet, North Wiltshire, Salisbury and West Wiltshire, which existed alongside Wiltshire County Council, covering the same area and carrying out more strategic tasks, such as education and county roads. However, on 1 April 2009 these five local authorities were merged into a single unitary authority called Wiltshire Council. With the abolition of the District of Salisbury, a new Salisbury City Council was created at the same time to carry out several citywide functions and to hold the City's charter.

As a result of elections held in 2017, Wiltshire Council comprises 68 Conservatives, 20 Liberal Democrats, seven Independents and three Labour members. The council is led by Jane Scott (Conservative), who had previously led the former Wiltshire County Council since 2003.

Sport[edit]

The County Ground, Swindon is the home of Swindon Town, the only football league club in Wiltshire.

The county is represented in the Football League by Swindon Town, who play at the County Ground stadium near Swindon town centre. They joined the Football League on the creation of the Third Division in 1920, and have remained in the league ever since. Their most notable achievements include winning the Football League Cup in 1969 and the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1970, two successive promotions in 1986 and 1987 (taking them from the Fourth Division to the Second), promotion to the Premier League as Division One play-off winners in 1993 (as inaugural members), the Division Two title in 1996, and their promotion to League One in 2007 after finishing third in League Two.

After Salisbury City went into liquidation in 2014, a new club, Salisbury, was formed and plays in the Southern Premier League.

Wiltshire County Cricket Club play in the Minor Counties league.

Swindon Robins Speedway team, who compete in the top national division, the SGB Premiership, have been at their track at the Blunsdon Abbey Stadium near Swindon since 1949. Swindon Wildcats compete in the English Premier Ice Hockey League, the second tier of British ice hockey, and play their home games at Swindon's Link Centre.

Principal settlements[edit]

Wiltshire has twenty-one towns and one city:

A bridge over the River Avon at Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire

A list of settlements is at List of places in Wiltshire.

Places of interest[edit]

A series of approximately 20 black lock gates with white ends to the paddle arms and wooden railings, each slightly higher than the one below. On the right is a path and on both sides grass and vegetation.
The flight of 16 locks at Caen Hill on the Kennet and Avon Canal
Key
AP Icon.svg Abbey/Priory/Cathedral
Accessible open space Accessible open space
Themepark uk icon.png Amusement/Theme Park
CL icon.svg Castle
Country Park Country Park
EH icon.svg English Heritage
Forestry Commission
Heritage railway Heritage railway
Historic house Historic House
Museum (free)
Museum
Museum (free/not free)
National Trust National Trust
Drama-icon.svg Theatre
Zoo icon.jpg Zoo

Places of interest in Wiltshire include:

Areas of countryside in Wiltshire include:

Transport[edit]

Road[edit]

Roads running through Wiltshire include The Ridgeway, an ancient route, and Roman roads the Fosse Way, London to Bath road and Ermin Way. National Cycle Route 4 and the Thames Path, a modern long distance footpath, run through the county.

Routes through Wiltshire include:

Navigable inland waterways[edit]

Canals subject to restoration[edit]

Rail[edit]

Three main railway routes, all of which carry passenger traffic, cross Wiltshire.

Other routes include:

The major junction stations are Salisbury and Westbury, and important junctions are also found at Swindon, Chippenham and Trowbridge.

There is also the Swindon and Cricklade Railway in the Thames Valley.

Air[edit]

Airfields in Wiltshire include Old Sarum Airfield, Clench Common Airfield and Redlands Airfield. RAF Lyneham was an air transport hub for British forces until its closure in 2012. Airports for scheduled airlines near Wiltshire include Bournemouth Airport, Bristol Airport, Bristol Filton Airport, Cardiff Airport, Exeter Airport, Gloucestershire Airport, London Oxford Airport, London Heathrow Airport and Southampton Airport.

See also[edit]

References and footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Wiltshire". Collins Dictionary. Retrieved 23 September 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/lca-5 December-chapter-7.pdf
  3. ^ "Wiltshire Community History: Wilton". Wiltshire Council. Retrieved 13 December 2010. 
  4. ^ Pearson, Michael (2003). Kennet & Avon Middle Thames: Pearson's Canal Companion. Rugby: Central Waterways Supplies. ISBN 0-907864-97-X. 
  5. ^ British Army Website. "Royal Wessex Yeomanry". Regimental Page. British Army. Retrieved 5 January 2016. 
  6. ^ "Wiltshire Council - Wiltshire Community History Introduction". wiltshire.gov.uk. Retrieved 28 September 2017. 
  7. ^ "The Green and Crammer Pond, Devizes". devizesheritage.org.uk. Retrieved 28 September 2017. 
  8. ^ Staff. "Moonraking: The Folklore". Where I live: Wiltshire. BBC Wiltshire. Retrieved 1 December 2008. 
  9. ^ a b c d "South West England: climate". Met Office. Retrieved 16 May 2017. 
  10. ^ "Regional Gross Value Added (pp.240–253)" (PDF). Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 21 October 2006. [dead link]
  11. ^ Components may not sum to totals due to rounding
  12. ^ includes hunting and forestry
  13. ^ includes energy and construction
  14. ^ includes financial intermediation services indirectly measured
  15. ^ "Wiltshire Strategic Analysis (2002)" (PDF). Wiltshire CPRE. Archived from the original (PDF) on 1 June 2013. Retrieved 21 October 2006. 
  16. ^ "SERVICE CHILDREN’S EDUCATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2012–2013" (Archive). Service Children's Education. PDF p. 3/62. Retrieved on 28 February 2015. "Any enquiries regarding this publication should be sent to us at Headquarters Service Children’s Education, Trenchard Lines, Upavon, Wiltshire"
  17. ^ "2011 Census: Key Statistics: Key Figures and Age Structure". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 21 January 2016. 
  18. ^ "Wiltshire Community History – Census". Wiltshire Council. Retrieved 21 January 2016. 
  19. ^ "£2.5 to revamp town college as vocational hub". This is Bath. Western Daily Press. 24 February 2012. Archived from the original on 21 September 2013. Retrieved 4 March 2012. 

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