Being in Westbury the first thing you will notice is the 180-foot White Horse, Westbury White Horse is the oldest out of the 7 that was carved in the Wiltshire area. The White Horse is considered the symbol for Wiltshire as a whole.
While in Trowbridge you can visit the Trowbridge Museum to discover over 1000 years of the town’s history, here you can discover how Trowbridge was shaped by the quality and huge production of the West of England woollen cloth. You can also discover how Trowbridge became the county town of Wiltshire.
Trowbridge and Westbury have always had a great community feel. Wiltshire has many markets each month supporting local businesses with Wiltshire and the surrounding area.
Each year there also is the Trowbridge Village Pump Festival which started 47 years ago in a small barn but now attracts people from all over the UK to enjoy the festivities.
With Westbury train station being a major junction with services to Reading, London, Penzance, Cardiff, Bristol and so on it is a great area to live in and invest it, even if you’re looking to commute to London.
Recently there has been huge investments within Trowbridge which has seen an Odeon and major restaurants open within the last couple years.
With great GCSE results from the major secondary schools in Westbury and Trowbridge with over 50% of the pupils getting five A*-C GCSEs and the ofsted reports all being 1 or 2 it makes this area a great place to raise families.