The Pewsey Vale has a wealth of Churches, some used, some redundant, but all in idyllic settings in the most picturesque villages you will find.

All of the churches are listed which means that the upkeep of them is extremely high.  If you are able to make any donations during your visit, they will be most welcome.  You may also be interested in donating to the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust.

 

St Martin’s Chapel Chisbury

Dating from the 13th century, this delightful chapel was built as a chapel of ease – in other words it ...
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All Saints’ Church – Marden

The church of All Saints in Marden is located on a hillock to the north west of the village. It ...
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St Michael’s Church Tidcombe

The Church of St Michael is a really pretty Church in a wonderful setting at the bottom of the down ...
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Easton Royal Church Trail

Have some fun doing the Church Trail at Holy Trinity Church in Easton Royal (the download is at the bottom ...
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St Mary’s Church – Alton Barnes

The parish was mentioned in the Domesday Book and its name derives from the Saxon “village by the stream”. The ...
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All Saints’ Church – Alton Priors

All Saints Church at Alton Priors is now a redundant church and is in the care of the Churches Conservation ...
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St Mary Magdelene Church – Woodborough

Priests were appointed to the parish at least by the reign of Richard I (1189-1199) and perhaps the first explicit ...
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St Stephen’s Church – Beechingstoke

The church has stood in the Vale of Pewsey for more than 900 years, having been built by the Normans ...
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St Peter’s Church – Charlton St Peter

There are indications that there was a church here in the 12th Century and the first record of a parish ...
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St Matthew’s Church – Rushall

St Matthew’s Rushall first appears in history in 1086 as a dependancy of Upavon monastic cell established by the great ...
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St Mary the Virgin Church – Upavon

The present building is largely the result of 15th and 19th Century restorations but it is on the foundations of ...
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St James’ Church – North Newnton

The first church on this site was built in 963, making it one of the oldest churches in England. The ...
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St Peter’s Church – Manningford Bruce

A church on this site is referred to in 10th century documents and its millennium was celebrated in 1991. Some ...
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St Nicholas’ Church – Huish

The church is 13th century in origin and is closely linked with Wilcot and Oare. It was probably neglected in ...
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Holy Trinity Church – Oare

This church was built in 1858 and served by the vicar of Wilcot and his curate until 1892 when it ...
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St John the Baptist Church – Pewsey

The Saxon settlement of Pevisigge almost certainly had a church built of wood and thatch on the present site high ...
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St Peter’s Church – Milton Lilbourne

Has elements dating back to the 12th century, Grade II* Listed. There is a list of clergy dating back to ...
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Holy Trinity Church – Easton Royal

In 1245 Stephen, son of a local landowner, Sir Adam of Easton, founded a priory at Easton. The existing church ...
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St Andrew’s Church – Wootton Rivers

The church originally stood in the grounds of the Saxon manor house. Wootton came into the hands of the de ...
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All Saints’ Church – Burbage

The fact that a priest is recorded in the Domesday Book indicates that a church stood here in 1086 and ...
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St Katharine’s Church – Savernake

This “Victorian gem” of a church serves a scattered community in Savernake Forest. It was built in 1861 by the ...
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St Mary’s Church – Great Bedwyn

The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary the Virgin was started in 1092 but was not completed for ...
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St Michael’s Church – Little Bedwyn

Set in the charming village of Little Bedwyn, on the edge of the Kennet & Avon Canal, you will find ...
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St Michael & All Angels’ Church – Shalbourne

Early records confirm that a church stood here in 1208, but the Norman south doorway suggests a church on this ...
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All Saints’ Church – Ham

A really charming Church nestled in the pretty village of Ham on the Wiltshire / Berkshire border. Built in the ...
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St Nicholas’ Church – East Grafton

In the nineteenth century an enlightened and energetic vicar, John Ward, fought a long campaign to give Grafton its own ...
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Holy Cross Church – Wilcot

The parish was first mentioned in 964 in a grant made by Edmund the Elder of the Manor of Pevesie ...
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All Saints’ Church – Stanton St Bernard

A church at Stanton St Bernard was first mentioned in 1267 although there is a circular Norman font in the ...
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