Villages east of Pewsey
Wootton Rivers - south of the historic Savernake Forest and on the Kennet & Avon canal. The village has a popular pub,The Royal Oak, and is a great base from which to enjoy the striking walks around Martinsell Hill
East Grafton lies to the south of the historic Savernake Forest in an area renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. The village comprises a large village green, church, the lottery funded Coronation village Hall and access to attractive countryside. East Grafton is in the catchment area for the highly regarded St John’s, Marlborough (secondary) and Great Bedwyn School (primary), plus the popular Sunflowers pre-school is located in the village.
West Grafton is a small hamlet olies to the south of the historic Savernake Forest within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located nearby are the Crofton Beam Engines, the Wilton Windmill and the Kennet and Avon Canal.
Wilton is a very popular village with the picturesque Wilton Water, village pond, the award-winning Swan Inn, an excellent pub with good food and very much the hub of the local parish and access to beautiful walks in Bedwyn Braile and along the Kennet and Avon canal. Wilton is in the catchment area for the highly regarded St John’s, Marlborough (secondary) and Great Bedwyn School (primary)
Wexcombe is considered to be a particularly unspoilt Wiltshire village, with many pretty and attractive cottages that rarely come to the open market, set on a no-through road.The village is within catchment of both Great Bedwyn Primary School and St Johns Secondary School in Marlborough.
Shalbourne - is one of the most picturesque and unspoilt downland villages in the area with its own pub, The Plough, award winning village shop with Post Offce, church and primary school. The historic market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough are 4 and 12 miles away respectively, both of which are famed for their antique trails.