Often referred to by the locals as ‘Bassett’ this wonderful town was granted the “Royal” prefix in recognition of the role its town and people played in the repatriation of UK service men and women killed as a result of war. This friendly Wiltshire town offers a weekly market, monthly farmers market and an abundance of places to eat and drink amongst an interesting variety of shops.
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For the keen amblers and walkers, Jubilee Lake is in close proximity and is a natural habitat for a variety of wonderful wildlife. Nearby, you’ll discover Broad Town which is where Wiltshire’s most northerly White Horse figure carved in the chalk hillside can be found. A great way to explore the area is to follow the Royal Wootton Bassett and Cricklade villages town trail.
The larger regional centre of Swindon lies five miles to the east of the development, providing excellent transport links with a mainline train service to London Paddington every 20 minutes, with a journey time of approximately 55 minutes. Grove Farm is conveniently located only two miles away from Junction 16 of the M4 and with a mere thirty minute drive to Cirencester (Capital of the Cotswolds), Royal Wotton Bassett couldn’t be more finely located.
The town boasts a well-regarded secondary school, Royal Wootton Bassett Academy, which was historically presented with an ‘Outstanding’ OFSTED Rating. There are four primary schools: St Bartholomew’s Primary Academy (formerly C of E Primary School), Longleaze Primary School, Noremarsh Junior School and Wootton Bassett Infants’ School.