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An interesting walk, starting and ending in the village of Pewsey.  The walk goes to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust’s Jones’s Mill Nature Reserve – a very special wetland nature reserve with the River Avon running through.  From there, the walk continues along the Kennet & Avon Canal to Pewsey Wharf and then back into Pewsey village centre.

Walk Leader/organisation: Susie from the Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership

Walk Information

  • Booking:Free (but donations on the day to CLIC Sargent (Children’s Leukaemia Charity) would be welcome). 15 places – booking essential
  • Distance & approximate duration: 3.5 miles – 2 hours
  • Difficulty: Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)
  • Accessibility: Family friendly. Not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies.
  • Dogs: Dogs on leads welcome

For general booking information, health and safety advice, terms and conditions please see our useful information page.

  • Meeting point: Bouverie Hall, SN9 5ES. Meet at the entrance to the car park on Goddard Road. What3Words: iterative.combining.slam
  • Public Transport:Mainline railway station at Pewsey, see for timetable. For buses, see
  • Parking: Bouverie Hall, SN9 5ES. Park in the car park (free)
  • Nearby Refreshments: Bring a snack and drink for the walk. There are plenty of refreshment stops in Pewsey –
  • Closest Toilets: Public toilets are available at Bouverie Hall Car Park

Further Information

For more information about other walks and cycle rides in The Pewsey Vale, see

For information on Jones’s Mill Nature Reserve, see

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