The area around Pewsey, Wiltshire
Pewsey, "Pevesie" in the Domesday Book, is a large village sometimes referred to as a small town which is on both the Kennett and Avon Canal and the railway - well connected then. This view is of High Street looking east.
There is free street parking and a free reasonable sized car park just off North Street. (2012)
Some thatched timber-framed cottages probably from the 17th century by the River Avon at the western end of High Street,.
The timber-framed house, thought to be early Tudor, is said to be the oldest house in Pewsey. The cast iron lamp/signpost is circa 1880.
This view is looking north-east from Walkers Hill towards Knap Hill and the high ground of Pewsey Down Nature Reserve. The small free car park by Knapp Hill can be seen (look for the row of coloured cars - better seen in the large view) and it is very handy for those wishing to explore Pewsey Down and the Wansdyke.
There are lots of wild flowers although different plants will be in flower at different times of year. There were great swathes of Buttercups and lots of Scabious when we were there in July.
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