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The 2011 You.Gov census calculated Calne’s population as 17,000.
Calne is located on the edge of the North Wessex Downs, 9 miles from the M4 and route to London, Bristol and Cardiff. The nearest train station is Chippenham (5 miles), trains to London Paddington take just over 1 hour. The nearest airport, Bristol International Airport, is 1 hour 7 minutes away.
As well as UK and international Calne removals, we also cover the local area including;
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Once your Calne removals are complete and you’re ready to see the sites, here’s our pick of the best small businesses and places to explore;
With views over the river in the heritage quarter of the town, this friendly bistro is a delightful spot to enjoy great food and watch the world go by.
Find inspirational, bespoke furniture for your new home at Loxley Design & Build. They make unique items to add extra “Wow!” factor to any room.
Set on a 100-acre farm, you can pick up fruit and veg fresh from the fields, dairy products, seasonal food, even logs for the fire. All great food without the air miles.
If we had more willpower, we’d be able to walk past Devine on the Green and not indulge in their fabulous pizzas, joyous cakes or cream teas. Thankfully we don’t have that willpower!
While it’s true, we’ve never met a cake we didn’t like, we’ve never seen cakes quite like those at the Flying Pig Cake Emporium. Spectacular cake artistry for any occasion!
The friendly, historic town of Calne is a bustling market town in Wiltshire with a population of approximately 13,600 residents. It’s a great central point for discovering Wiltshire with good access to the whole of the county.
Calne can be found on the edge of the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is a perfect example of Wiltshire’s timeless scenery. A short distance away is the UNESCO World Heritage site of Avebury, yet another part of Wiltshire’s pre-historic landscape which includes Silbury Hill and West Kennet Long Barrow. If you like to get out and about, then Calne ertainly offers plenty to explore both by road and on foot.
There are several community groups to join to get involved in all aspects of local life. The town also has a busy events calendar throughout the year, from duck races and bike meets, to summer and Christmas festivals.
History buffs will find plenty to explore in and close to this historic town. Bowood House offers excellent days out for the whole family with gardens, cafes and fantastic play areas for kids.
The A4 runs through the heart of the town offering good connections both in and out of the area. Close by you can jump on the M4 motorway at either junction 16 or 17. There are also good bus services that run through the town. The nearest train station is 5 miles away in Chippenham, with trains to London Paddington taking a little over an hour.