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Things to do in Rushall, Wiltshire


The parish of Rushall lies next to the River Avon in Wiltshire's beautiful Pewsey Vale.

Rushall is an ancient settlement and was once part of the Manorial Estates belonging to Saxon royalty. Today, despite the rigours of modern life the parish has retained a peaceful, country feel and lots of original character. It manages to balance that with a thriving community as witnessed by the modern Village Hall, which it shares with neighbouring Charlton St Peter.
An impressive Norman-style Church features in the village, as does a well regarded Church of England school. The local land is organically farmed and there are a number of traditional thatched cottages still standing within the village.

Description by Mark Lewis

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