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Wiltshire : Pewsey
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Pewsey is a large village in the county of Wiltshire, England. It is approximately 130km (80 miles) west of London.

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By Train[edit]

The easiest way to get to Pewsey is by train. Pewsey Railway Station is on the Great Western main line. A one-way ticket from Paddington Station, London will cost approximately £27. The journey takes just over 1 hour. See Great Western Website

By Car[edit]

Pewsey is close to the M4 Motorway and A303 making it relatively easy for driving to London, the West Country and Wales.

Get around[edit]


The Pewsey White Horse is a chalk figure located on a steep slope of Pewsey Hill about a mile south of the village and can be viewed from several places in the surrounding area.






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