Pewsey Heritage Centre is re-opening on Monday 5th July at 10:00 am

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Pewsey Heritage Centre


Can You Help ?

The Centre is run totally by Volunteers, supported by many local
organisations including the Parish and District Councils and Pewsey
Carnival. We have a marvellous team of dedicated supporters and Trustees,
people doing many different aspects that help the Centre function on
a daily basis to whom we are very grateful. Unfortunately Covid has
highlighted that we need to increase our team as we have several members
who are vulnerable. We also need to expand our activities which will
requires further help, if you believe you might be able to help please contact
us and arrange a visit to see what is involved, there is no obligation.


We need:


Daily Stewards 3-hour periods mornings or afternoons

Trustees responsible for managing the centre

Cleaners for ensuring the artefacts are presentable and the site is safe

General Maintenace helpers for both the artefacts and the premises

Painting and Carpentry

Curatorial assistance

Paul Cowan: 07855 361600 or Pete Bond: 01672 563278
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New kitchen and toilet project for the Education Centre

The Pewsey Heritage Centre has now added a toilet and kitchen facilities to the Education Centre building, which we hope will create a more community friendly space. Below is a diagram of what has been done:



Pewsey Vale Panorama   

The Museum

The Pewsey Heritage Centre collection is housed in what was once the foundry building of Whatley & Hiscock, agricultural engineers.

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Indeed, the machinery of this firm formed the basis for the Heritage Centre. When engineering work ceased, the local history society set up a museum to conserve the heavy machinery. This has grown into the resource you can see today.

You will find more information about the history of the building and the collection in the Museum History section of this website.

Pewsey - the village that gave the Vale its name.

This view is from Pewsey White Horse, on the edge of Salisbury Plain