SWINDON & WILTSHIRE ESCORTS
Independent ladies available for outcalls across Wiltshire and the South.
Indie Collective is not a Swindon escort agency, we are a group of independent escorts - without managers - who keep 100% of our income.
To arrange a date with one of the independent Swindon escorts shown on this page, please click on her image and contact the lady directly.
Making a Date with an Independent Swindon Escort or Wiltshire Escort
The escorts on this page are available to meet in Swindon and/or the surrounding Wiltshire countryside including Salisbury, Chippenham, Devizes, Corsham, Trowbridge and Wootton Bassett. They may be available for outcall or incall, please click a picture to visit the lady's individual website for more information.
More About Swindon
OK, it's not a place that screams glitz and glamour - granted - but as the key town on Wiltshire's map it would be remiss not to mention Swindon on this page. Despite it's more modern exterior today, Swindon is an OLD old town, like many in the UK. It's mentioned in the Doomsday book as 'Suindune', which roughly translates as 'Pigs Hill'. No guesses for what went on in Swindon in those days. Swindon remained a small place, mostly a market town, until the Industrial Revolution took hold in Britain. Firstly, several canals were built which serviced the town - the Wilts and Berks Canal in 1810 and the North Wilts Canal in 1819. With these developments, Swindon's population began to surge. Next, in the 1840s, Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Swindon Works was built in Swindon to service the trains along the Great Western Railway. Along with increasing Swindon's accessibility to the rest of the country, and the country to Swindon, it also attracted a great deal of railway worker's to settle in the town. And many of the smaller Victorian era houses in Swindon today, were built to house GWRs Victorian railway workers.
Industry in Swindon boomed again during the Second World War, with aircraft and electrical parts being built near the town. Workforce's were predominantly female during the war effort, and in fact this continued afterwards too. Presumably the men must have come home and put their feet up for a bit. The Second World War also saw a large settlement of Polish people in Swindon, originally housed at RAF Fairford, some of the refugees moved into the town and made it their home. So if you have a friend from Swindon with a Polish surname, now you know why.
Today big employers in Swindon include the Nationwide Building Society, Honda (due to close soon), Zurich, N Power and BMW/Mini. The attraction for such large employers to the town is surely due to its positioning in the UK. Nestled between Bristol and London, Swindon is easily accessibly by car along the M4 motorway. Train links to the town are also great (thank you Isambard), and you can get from Swindon to London Paddington in an hour. Furthermore, the town is connected to Cheltenham and further on to the M5 motorway by the smooth run of the A417/A419. Definitely an easy place to base yourself and get around.
And what about Wiltshire?
Now Wiltshire....we love Wiltshire! The county is pretty big as counties go, 1346 square miles bordering Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset. That's a lot of neighbours! And goes back to what we said earlier, around Swindon's prime positioning in the south of the England.
Our absolute favourite place in Wiltshire, at Indie Collective, is Bowood House & Gardens. The Grade I listed country house is lovely indeed, but more impressive to us are the HUGE landscaped gardens that surround it. You can truly get lost in them, and their beauty is near enough unrivalled. Designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown (bet he got teased at school with that name), the 2000 acres of Wiltshire park land encompasses sloping lawns, architectural flowed beds, a large lake overlooked by a folly, formal and terraced gardens and beautiful wooded areas where you can wander and picnic for hours and not see another soul. In fact, if you ever visit and you do see a gaggle of outrageously gorgeous, long haired beauties picnicking, it might well be Indie Collective.
Bowood is of course not the only banging garden in Wiltshire...there are TONS of them. Another favourite of ours is at Stourhead, which is situated in the South West of Wiltshire down towards Somerset. Unlike Bowood which is privately owned, Stourhead is National Trust, and is absolutely worth a visit, especially during autumn when the leaves begin to turn. A wonderful sight to see!
Other notable 'stuff' in Wiltshire:- neolithic sites Stonehenge and Avebury which really attract the tourists each year, the picturesque villages of Lacock (it's where we all live) and Castle Combe, Bradford on Avon among others, the fabulous house and spa at Whatley Manor and the abandoned aircraft at Kemble airfield. There's never a dull day to be had in Wiltshire, and definitely not if you book an independent Swindon escort from Indie Collective to join you!