The Pewsey Vale is situated at the heart of the Eastern half of the county, forming the Western extent of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.
The Vale and villages are enriched with history and settlements and are thought to date back as far as 3000BC. But in more recent years we’ve seen the opening of the Kennet and Avon Canal (1810) and the Great Western Railway (1862) which has transformed Pewsey into the bustling community that exists today.
Pewsey is a quaint and charming village stretching as far as Devizes in the west and bordered by hills and downland to north and south. Pewsey has also proven popular for crop circle enthusiasts and those looking to partake in the oldest carnival in Wiltshire. Pewsey is known for its wharf and White Horse carvings, but it may also surprise you to know there’s paragliding, walking, riding, canoeing and barge trips on offer.
The village plays host to several 5* B&B’s and places to eat. As well as being home to several Ofsted rated good schools and mainline stations servicing London and the West Country, making it a great location for families.
• Pewsey White Horse
• Pewsey Heritage Centre
• Historical Site of Swanborough Trump
• Kennet and Avon Canal offering barge trips
• The Shed Alehouse
Live in the Pewsey Vale
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