About Tidworth

Tidworth is situated in the beautiful and picturesque countryside of Wiltshire, on the border to Hampshire with a growing community the population is approximately 12,000 and with Army Re-basing will continue to grow.

Running alongside the A303 Tidworth is in a good and easy commuting range for many well-known Cities and Towns such as Salisbury, Andover, Basingstoke, London, Reading, Southampton, Bournemouth and Exeter. With good transport links this allows residents the opportunity to have both busy city and rural lifestyles.

Tidworth is also surrounded by some amazing landmarks such as Stone Henge, Salisbury Cathedral, The White Horse Hill Figure, Avebury Stone Circle, Old Sarum Castle and Sidbury Hill to mention a few.

Tidworth is also lucky enough to have its own well-known local landmarks Salisbury Plain, St Marys Mortuary Chapel, Tedworth House, Tidworth Garrison Golf Club, Tidworth Polo Club, Saddle Club and Trinity House which is associated with ‘The Tidworth Drummer’.

Living in this fast developing town has seen the expansion of businesses setting up in Tidworth. There are two large supermarkets, along with a variety of shops such as hairdressers, tattoo shop, restaurants, tailors, takeaways, post office, garages, veterinary and many more (look a Local services for a full list).

It is an active Town and there numerous groups such as Football Clubs, Dance Classes, Bootcamps and popular Scouting Community.

Tidworth benefits from being a mixture of Civilian and Military and is proud of its integrated Community.