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Welcome to the Pewsey Community Area Partnership (PCAP) website.

Latest updates from PCAP:

New Bus Service for the Pewsey Community Area!

Linking Pewsey with Devizes, Marlborough and Hungerford, the new service is a combination of scheduled services and a demand responsive service.  The first stage for the Vale of Pewsey was launched on 31st July 2023 followed by the roll out to Marlborough from 4th September.  31st October saw the final stage of the roll out to include Hungerford.  This service links villages in all these areas with the towns and rail stations or indeed wherever it is you want to travel to or from.  There are lots of pick up/drop off points for you to choose from.

You can book a bus by calling 01225 712900 or by using the app (search for Wiltshire Connect to download the app).  The buses are fully accessible and air-conditioned.

Download the Wiltshire Connect in the Pewsey Vale leaflet


The Annual Report for PCAP and the Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership 2023 to April 2024 for Parish Council use is now available – click here.

Movement & Music Together at Bouverie Hall in Pewsey.
At 2pm every other Friday at the Bouverie Hall.
For more information call Sylvie Clayden on 07770 417 013.

The Pewsey Vale Memory Cafe is  on the the third Monday of every month at the Bouverie Hall in Pewsey from 2pm to 3.30pm.  There is no need to book, but for more information, please call 07802 444022.

Grafton Trees for the Parish has planted 16 mature trees in Wexcombe (2024) to replace some of the ash trees that had to be removed due to ash die-back.  This is in addition to the trees already planted in Wilton and Grafton over the last couple of years.  We have also planted a community nuts and berries orchard with small whip trees in Wexcombe.  Our sincere thanks go to all our fundraisers and generous donors, as well as Wessex Water Foundation Environment Fund and The Woodland Trust.

PCAP supports and helps organisations and Parish Councils in the Pewsey Community Area.  Working with local groups, Parish Councils, businesses and Wiltshire Council, through the Pewsey Area Board,  PCAP strives to resolve issues and make changes for the better.

PCAP meets quarterly and it is a public meeting where Parish Councils, Wiltshire Council and other interested organisations are invited to take part.  Projects and other actions are generated by the meeting and are monitored through the PCAP plan and through a quarterly Parish Council Issues Report.

PCAP has a committee covering:

  • Management Group
  • Countryside & Environment
  • Education & Lifelong Learning
  • Housing & Local Development
  • Transport & Highways
  • Crime & Community Safety
  • Culture, Heritage & Leisure
  • Economy
  • Health & Social Care

You can find out more about PCAP here.