PEWSEY VILLAGE WEBSITE
Pewsey is located in the county of Wiltshire in the southern part of England. You can easily access Pewsey via train, direct from London Paddington station.
This village of about 3500 residents (5000 including surrounding area) boasts the 'Oldest Carnival in Wiltshire'. Pewsey and District Feast and Carnival, held annually for two weeks in mid September, culminates in a colourful and wacky 'procession' of floats, bands, performers and people in all manner of fancy-dress!
Pewsey was once owned by the Saxon king, King Alfred. The crossroads of Pewsey is home to a prominent stone statue of the King, unveiled in June 1913 to commemorate the coronation of George V.
The Messenger is collated and distributed from the Bouverie Hall on the last Thursday of each month, starting at 9AM.
This website was launched on 16 April, 2003. It was rebuilt & re-launched on 6 July, 2005 in accordance with W3C accessibility guidelines. Please contact us if you have questions or concerns relating the content or construction of this website.
Since September 2012 the website is being maintained by PC Doctor Dave with input from Cheryl Underhill & Lizzie Humfress.