Come and visit us in the rural town of Calne in Wiltshire. Just south of Swindon and the M4, we're 45 minutes from Bristol and an hour from Reading. Calne is a small, friendly country town in North Wiltshire with a history stretching back about 1000 years. Blue plaques include Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who lived and worked in Calne for a few years, and the chemist Joseph Priestley, who discovered oxygen at nearby Grade 1 listed Bowood House, the stately home of the Marquess of Lansdowne.
Or you can meet us in the market town of Farnham in Surrey. Close to the M3 and M25, we're a quick journey by car or train to London, Berkshire, Hampshire, and the South East of England. Farnham is a small, busy town with excellent communications and a train station connecting with London and Reading. The radical MP, soldier, farmer, journalist and publisher William Cobbett was born in Farnham in 1763, in a pub called the Jolly Farmer. The pub still stands, and has since been renamed the William Cobbett.
Maundrell Road, Calne SN11 9PU, UK
Long Garden Walk, Farnham GU9 7HX, UK