Swindon is a growing, modern town set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, just 35 miles from Bristol and Reading and with direct transport links to London.
It is enriched with Victorian parks and gardens and museums, including the award-winning Steam Museum - the museum of the Great Western Railway.
Old Town is in the heart of Swindon and offers a glimpse to the historic past with quiet courtyards and alleyways. It's bustling with life with it's vibrant mix of traditional shops and pubs alongside modern outlets and stylish cafes and bars. There's plenty to see and do.
The town also has a modern centre, with a range of high-street shops.
Swindon also hosts the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Centre, a luxury shopping experience offering a variety of high-end shops.
Also located centrally is the home of Swindon Town Football Club - there is always a lively atmosphere when the Reds are playing at home.
Other leisure and sport facilities include an ice rink, trampoline park and rock climbing centre.
Excellent transport links
The hospital is conveniently placed on the outskirts of Swindon with excellent travel links. It is just five minutes from junction 15 of the M4, 75 miles from London and 35 miles from Bristol.
With major cities like London only an hour away by train, living in Swindon provides the best of both worlds - access to fantastic countryside with the convenience of easy access to vibrant cities and towns for shopping and socialising.
Beautiful countryside on the doorstep
We are lucky to have three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the county, with the most famous, being the Cotswolds in North Wiltshire.
Wiltshire has many more interesting places to visit ranging from the World Heritage sites of Stonehenge and Avebury to country estates and manor houses used in many famous films such as Harry Potter.
Easy access to schools and nurseries
There is an excellent nursery on the hospital site and several fantastic local primary and secondary schools.
Find out more about what Wiltshire can offer you
Learn more about all Swindon has to offer, by visiting: Visit Swindon website.
Find out about living in Wiltshire at: Visit Wiltshire - Official Wiltshire Tourist Information Site