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Pewsey

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Pewsey is a large village and civil parish at the centre of the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire, about 6mi south of Marlborough and 80mi west of London. It is within reach of the M4 motorway and the A303 and is served by Pewsey railway station on the London to Taunton line.The parish includes these small settlements: Kepnal – east of the village, south of the Burbage road Pewsey Wharf – north, where the A345 crosses the Kennet and Avon canal Sharcott – west, by the Avon; marked on some maps as East Sharcott as distinct from West Sharcott, a short distance downstream in Manningford parish Southcott – close to the southeast of the villageHistoryArchaeological excavations on Pewsey Hill show evidence of a settlement in the 6th century. In the Tudor era the Manor of Pewsey belonged to the Duchess of Somerset. Several of the village's houses were built in this era: the timber framed cruck house at Ball Corner, Bridge Cottage on the Avon and the Court House by the Church.
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