What’s Open & What’s Not During Lockdown

During lockdown, many places are temporarily closed, others are open with different hours, some are open as normal and some have changed what they do so they can still serve their communities. Here’s a list of the status of our … Read More

Bound to be Good

One of the wonderful things about the Vale of Pewsey is that the most unexpected activities take place in such a rural area.  An example of this is that Woodborough Yard is home to a leading bookbinding company, Shepherd’s Centre … Read More

Busy as a Bee at Honeybee Glamping

Honeybee Glamping is in the west of the Vale of Pewsey in the pretty village of Horton, between Pewsey and Devizes.  Close to the Kennet and Avon Canal, as well as several lovely country pubs, it is ideally located for … Read More

A Horse of a Different Colour

It isn’t every day you get a chance to rechalk a White Horse! It’s not that commonplace even in Wiltshire, which is home to 8 of the 14 White Horses in the UK, including the one at Alton Barnes which … Read More

The Vale’s Volunteer Army

The Vale of Pewsey lies in a very rural part of England and volunteering forms an important part of keeping things running.  We are very lucky to have places of heritage and leisure that provide an important part of the … Read More

Winter Walking

We often think of outdoor activities like walking and cycling to be the preserve of the spring, summer and autumn but winter really can be just as pleasurable. Ok, perhaps not on a day when there’s a gale blowing with … Read More

New Kissing Gate at Giant’s Grave

On 1st December 2018 a new kissing gate at Giant’s Grave, near Pewsey, was dedicated to the memory of Dr Mark Rendall, who passed away in December 2017, aged 75. Mark was a very popular and respected GP in the … Read More

10 Activities for Groups

It’s always great fun to travel with friends and the Vale of Pewsey offers plenty for groups to do. Of course, for anyone planning to travel as a group, it’s really important to have the activities organised in advance.  Here … Read More

Historic Map Information Boards

This is an image of a Vale of Pewsey historical awareness board at Wilton Windmill; one of more than 50 that have been installed around the Vale from Devizes to Great Bedwyn. This unique concept has been designed and created … Read More

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