Corsham is a town in the county of Wiltshire that is known for its weekly marketplace and for having played a massive role in Britain’s industrial dominance. The town had always been a hub for agriculture and stone-quarrying before being transformed into a major centre for the Ministry of Defence. Today, the town is home to Corsham Court, which stands on the grounds of the Saxon Royal Manor. The Church of St. Bartholomew is a major landmark in this town while Basil Hill Site and Copenacre Site also attract plenty of visitors throughout the year.
The town of Corsham is home to a number of serviced offices and retail spaces that are home to construction firms, building material suppliers, event management companies, cleaning companies and graphic designers. There are solicitors and doctors in town alongside management consultants, manufacturing companies and printing services. The town is home to the head offices of Refocus Solutions and SJS Consulting.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Corsham is constantly buzzing with some kind of activity on the entertainment scene. The Spread Eagle is a popular live-music venue while The Pound Arts Centre is all about plays and the performing arts. Many other pubs in the area provide the ideal setting for a relaxing drink. The town has a number of restaurants that specialise in food from various parts of the world including Italian cuisine at Viva La Pizza. Neston Country Inn has a wide array of international dishes while The Methuen Arms is all about local food cooked in the traditional way.
A number of trunk roads pass through Corsham, connecting the town to places like Bradford on Avon via the B3109, Melksham via the B3353 and Chippenham along the A4. There are a number of bus and coach companies that run services on these roads with regularity. The town doesn’t have a railway station of its own but the nearby Melksham and Chippenham railway stations provide connectivity to major UK destinations including London. Bristol Airport is the closest link for air-travel.