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St. Bartholomew's Church, Corsham
Team Rector: Rev. Dr. Andrew Johnson
The Rectory, Newlands Road, Corsham, SN13 0BS
Tel. (01249) 713232

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Nestled amidst the rolling hills of Wiltshire, England, lies the charming town of Corsham. Steeped in history and brimming with architectural gems, Corsham offers a delightful escape for travelers seeking a quintessentially English experience.

The town's heart throbs around the magnificent Corsham Court, a grand Palladian mansion boasting elegant interiors and sprawling gardens. Built in the 18th century for the Methuen family, the court served as a lavish setting for entertaining dignitaries and hosting extravagant parties. Today, it's a National Trust property open to the public, offering guided tours, exhibitions, and special events.

Beyond the grandeur of the court, Corsham's streets are lined with picturesque houses built in the Georgian and Victorian eras. Wander along the tree-lined avenues, admiring the honey-colored stone cottages and charming shops. Don't miss The Pound, a quaint square lined with artisan stores and cafes, perfect for a leisurely stroll and a bite to eat.

History buffs will delight in exploring Corsham's rich past. The town played a significant role in the English Civil War, and remnants of its fortifications can still be seen. The Corsham Institute, housed in a former weaving mill, showcases the town's industrial heritage.

For nature lovers, the surrounding countryside offers a welcome escape. Hike or cycle along the scenic trails of Corsham Down, or take a leisurely stroll through the National Trust's parkland at Neston Park.

Corsham's appeal lies not just in its sights but also in its welcoming atmosphere. The locals are known for their friendly demeanor, and the town hosts a vibrant calendar of events throughout the year, from farmers' markets and art exhibitions to music festivals and theatrical performances.

Whether you're seeking a historical immersion, a charming escape, or a taste of authentic English life, Corsham has something to offer everyone. So, pack your bags, lace up your walking shoes, and get ready to discover the magic of this hidden gem in Wiltshire.

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