First published in 1991, and out of print for many years, this has become the classic account of the history, buildings and people of the essence of Wiltshire, its geographical centre and emotional heart. John Chandler has been writing about regional history for forty years, and presents an affectionate but solidly informative account of this relatively unexplored but quietly beautiful area of his adopted county. Extending from Devizes and the Lavingtons in the west to Burbage and Savernake in the east, and dominated north and south by the chalk escarpments of the Marlborough Downs and Salisbury Plain, the Vale boasts landscapes and villages of tranquil charm and great historical interest, brought vividly to life in this account. Now thoroughly revised and presented with new colour photography throughout, John’s book will persuade a new generation of readers to share his enthusiasm for a very special part of the Wiltshire countryside.

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Vale of Pewsey

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