About Hidden Wiltshire

This whole site represents a project aiming to capture the less well known sites in Wiltshire. There are many famous places from Stonehenge to Silbury Hill but we want to take you to the little places that are hidden.

 

Many of these sites may be well known to locals, but most are not on the tourist trail. We use photography, video, drones and good old fashioned writing to share these places with you.

The site is evolving into a community site which relies on collaboration to expand its content. If you are interested in getting involved, then please join the collaborators group on facebook: click here

FOLLOW ALONG:

A lot of time and effort goes into visiting all the sites across Wiltshire and it can take a while between the time of the visit and the blog post on the site. If you follow along on social media, you will get more of a real time view of what is going on. There are links on the top right of the screen and the Instagram feed is at the bottom of the page. 

PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS

The Hidden Wiltshire concept has been set up by Glyn Coy, who has been on BBC Radio Wiltshire several times to discuss his drone work and Hidden Wiltshire project. The website was featured in the October 2018 edition of Wiltshire Life magazine - more information is available here: October issue

A photo book showcasing the best of Hidden Wiltshire was published in late 2018 and is available to buy now

For press enquiries, please use the details on the Contact page.

IMPORTANT NOTE

This site is not commercial. It is intended to bring parts of Wiltshire to a wider audience, and is not sponsored. It is fully funded personally by the site owner.

All images are taken by Glyn Coy (unless stated otherwise) and copyright is asserted over all images on the site. No unauthorised reproduction is permitted.

The Hidden Wiltshire book is a collection of images and writing from the website curated into book format. It is self published (and self funded) through Blurb, who have registered the ISBN on the authors behalf. The book is not profit making, and the pricing of it is set so that the author can cover the costs of the publishing over the long term. 10% of the sale proceeds will be donated to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust.