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Trowbridge has a population of 39,000 as recorded in the 2011 You.Gov census.
A short drive from the M4 motorway and just 20 minutes from Bath, Trowbridge also offers excellent links to Bristol and Swindon. There is a mainline train station with services to Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.
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If you’re new to Trowbridge, here’s our pick of the best the town has to offer;
There are two reasons to love Avonfield kitchen, the excellent food (and HUGE cakes!), plus the garden centre. So, you can enjoy some well-earned calories and find something for the garden.
A lovely family day out, kids can feed a wide variety of animals as you stroll through the grounds, plus there are play areas, picnic grounds and a café.
Wave goodbye to single use plastics and say hello to this amazing deli celebrating local, free range, sustainable produce and some of the best pies in the South West. Yum!
If you’re looking for those finishing touches for a new room, lighting or a statement piece of furniture, this stylish, friendly shop has it covered.
A new-comer to the town, this excellent market takes place on the 3rd Sunday each month and brings together independent traders, local crafts, produce and all kinds of goodies.
Laying between the River Way and River Biss, Trowbridge was first mentioned in the Domesday Book as ‘Straburg.’ And at one point in its history it was presided over by a castle, making it an important places and safe stopping point. Fore Street follows the line of the old castle ditch. In the 18th century woollen cloth production brought the town prosperity, leaving a rich architectural legacy including 18th century homes of wealthy clothiers and the rare Handle House which was used to dry teasels (used to brush cloth).
Today the town is lively with all the modern amenities you’d expect to find in a town of this size, including two indoor shopping centres and more.
Trowbridge has a busy events calendar which runs throughout the year, including family fun days in Trowbridge Park and music festivals. The park is a throw-back to a golden age and features a bandstand, tennis courts, and play area. Trowbridge also boasts a small theatre, cinema, soft play centres, shops and excellent transport links. There is a weekly and monthly market that both showcase local produce (we can particularly recommend the chicken sausages and fresh cheeses!).
Hope Nature Centre is also a notable spot for families, or if you’re feeling equestrian there are a number of riding centres in the area.
Just under 30 minutes from the M4 and close to the historic city of Bath, Trowbridge offers good commuter links. The train station offers fast links to Bath and Bristol and routes to Cardiff and the South Coast. The fastest trains to London are just under 2 hours.