A lovely walk taking the beauty of the village of Easton Royal – from the Natural England website
This walk is available from the GPS Walking & Cycling website. Take a pad and pencil with you on this delightful circular walk around Pewsey and take brass rubbings of the engraved plaques along the route. The plaques have been … Read More
This walk and cycle route is available from the GPS Walking & Cycling website. Please take care when cycling along the towpath – not all of it is suitable and walkers have the right of way. Please read the advice … Read More
The Walk With Buggies website is dedicated to providing free information on routes that are suitable for parents with buggies and young children – and anyone really who wants a gentle walk, avoiding traffic and difficult terrain. There is a … Read More
This walk from Walking Britain takes you along the southern escarpment of the Marlborough Downs, with fabulous views of the Vale of Pewsey – and taking in some pretty villages along the way.
It’s a lovely way to pass the day with friends and family – tried and tested Treasure Hunting from Treasure Trails. How about trying your hand at the Pewsey Peasant Revolution or go to Great Bedwyn to solve The Battle of … Read More
What on earth is Geocaching? It’s a giant treasure hunt taking place all over the world – and that includes the Pewsey Vale. The locations of Geocaches can be found on line. Using GPS, you navigate to a particular location … Read More
A beautiful circular walk that takes about an hour or so. Starting from Wilton Windmill, you take the Roman Road at the top of which you can see the Industrial Revolution in the valley below – the railway, Crofton Beam … Read More