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Last Updated 28 November 2019 11:53

All talks held in the Pewsey Heritage Centre unless otherwise stated below.

    Wednesday 30th October 2019

    Simon Green & Andy Wright - Pewsey Fire Station by Simon Green

    Ian Johnson - 107 Men of Easton Royal

    Wednesday 20th March 2019

    • Kay Wardle - History of Pewsey Vale Boat Club

    • Richard Giles - 'Go West Young Man' - Pewsey to Bristol by rowing boat

    Wednesday 21st November 2018

    • Trevor Beaven MBE - Railways through the Vale of Pewsey

    • Linda Keepence - Dr Rayment & His Family

    Wednesday 21st March 2018

    • Mike Marshman - Pewsey Vale Pubs and their Names

    Wednesday 22nd November 2017

    • Liz Johnson - A Walk through the history of Easton Royal

    • Richard Giles - E H Thorne & Son, Pewsey Vale Coaches.

    Wednesday 3rd May 2017

    • Cheryl Underhill - K & A Canal history - ongoing research.

    • Richard Giles - Pewsey White Horse 80 years on.

    Wednesday 19th October 2016 in the Pewsey Heritage Centre

    • Linda Keepence - Village Post Offices & Postmasters/mistresses in the Pewsey area

    • Paul Cowan - Whatley & Co, Water Engineers, Avonside Foundry.

    Wednesday 16th March 2016

    • David Smith - Hiscock & Smith, Agricultural Engineers

    • Richard Giles - The Restoration of the milestone at Charlton St Peter on the Andover to Devizes coach road.

    Wednesday 7th October 2015 - at 7.30 pm

    A short business session was followed by three abridged Local History Research Reports:

    • Verina Horsnell & Mike Smith - The Vernacular Architecture of a 17th/18th Century Cottage in Upavon

    • Wendy Lawrence - The Manningford Postcard

    • Cheryl Underhill - The Reverend Joseph Townsend, Rector of Pewsey in the 17/1800s

    Wednesday 18th March 2015 at 7.30 pm

    Short business session followed by three abridged Local History Research Reports:

    • Liz Johnson - Easton Royal Priory

    • Vaughan Roberts - Archaeological Artefacts in the Parish of Pewsey

    • Richard Giles - The "Blue Line" of WW2 defences along the Kennet & Avon Canal - Pewsey Vale

    Inaugural Meeting:

    The initial meeting of the above group was held in September 2014 in the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey