Swindon has a lot to offer both as a place to live and work.

Set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, Swindon has excellent transport links to London and neighbouring cities such as Bristol, Bath and Oxford.

The hospital itself is conveniently located right next to the M4 which offers fantastic accessibility, making it an ideal workplace for both local residents and commuters.

The famous Cotswolds is right on Swindon’s doorstep, as are a number of award-winning towns and villages such as Marlborough, Cirencester, and Castle Eaton which are easily commutable to the Trust.

The town offers a variety of attractions, from Victorian gardens and parks, to shops and history, including the award-winning Steam Museum - the museum of the Great Western Railway.

Old Town is in the heart of Swindon, and it's bustling with life. From restaurants and bars to live music, shops, and activities - there's plenty to see and do.

No matter what your preference, Swindon and Wiltshire has something for everyone.


Housing in Swindon

For a town with such great transport links - and so many attractions and facilities - the cost of living here is a lot less than you'd expect.

Swindon has a thriving and highly competitive property market, with average house prices and rental costs considerably lower than those of nearby Bristol, Oxford and Reading.

Swindon has been named as one of the top towns for living and working - please see 25 Best UK Towns & Cities to Work In.