It's Summer Time!
Events in the Pewsey Vale
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It's summer time!

The Pewsey Vale is glorious in the summer weather - even when it's raining!
We do hope that we can welcome you to this wonderful part of the English countryside over the summer months.
And if you are travelling from the west country, London or the south east, we have two train stations in the Pewsey Vale on the Great Western Railway line  - Bedwyn and Pewsey.  
We may only be about an hour away from London, but it will feel like worlds apart.
With village fetes, music festivals, murder mystery, open gardens and farm walks - there's always lots going on in the Pewsey Vale.

Make sure you don't miss out and visit our website's

What's On Page

for more details.

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Enter our competition before 30th June and you could be in the prize draw for a £10 voucher to spend at Just the Thing at Woodborough - the antiques and collectibles emporium. 

Find out more about things to do at Woodborough and make a day of it.
You can see details on these and all of the places to stay on our website - the perfect treat for a peaceful retreat in the heart of the North Wessex Downs!
Church Trails are just one of the many recent updates to our website.  There are 24 churches listed in the Pewsey Vale and they are all very different.  Visit St Mary's Church in Great Bedwyn to see the tomb of Sir John Seymour (1474 - 1536), the father of Jane Seymour.  Or visit St Nicholas' Church in East Grafton to see the magnificent windows designed by Thomas Willement.  Or perhaps take time to go to Holy Trinity Church in Oare - once described as 'the ugliest church in Wiltshire'  - we don't think so!
Unfortunately crime can touch every part of life and every location.  If you are planning on visiting beauty spots this summer, then the Police are appealing to you NOT to leave valuables in the car – not even in the boot.  It might just be an old jacket on the back seat or in the footwell to you, but to a criminal, it potentially has a purse or wallet or phone in it and they are prepared to break in to find out.  The Police also recommend that you don't move things into the boot - unfortunately criminals are sometimes watching what you do and will break in once the vehicle is unattended.
Take their advice and take your bags and belongings with you when you leave the car - be safe, not sorry.
You will receive a warm welcome to the Pewsey Vale when you visit, but please make sure you are aware of the countryside code.  You can find out more information about how to make as little impact as possible on the environment whilst you are here in this article.  
We hope you enjoy your stay!
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