To the Manningfords comprising of the three beautiful villages and communities of Manningford Bruce, Manningford Abbots and Manningford Bohune.
Situated in the heart of the Wessex Downs Area of Natural Beauty and described in the Kennet Local Plan as “The quintessential essence of the Vale of Pewsey”.

A very special church, St Peter’s dating back to the 11th century with the orignal wooden door and huge metal keys is still in daily use and has regular services. The church also has many historical features and sits amidst small and tranquil cemetary.
With a fully equipped village Hall available for private hire as well as running a year round schedule of events catering for all ages and tastes that strives to be at the centre of village life.

Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership Forum 22/02/18 @ 1pm & 5pm

2 sessions (1-2pm & 5-6pm). Meet local business owners at the Pewsey Heritage Centre & help prioritise activities for the Partnership. Get an update on the proposed film of the Vale of Pewsey and how you can help us shape it. www.visitpewseyvale.co.uk


Friday 23/02/18 – Prize Bingo – 7pm

7pm for 7.30pm start. Such a good time was had by those who came last year that we have had requests to run it again. So put the date in your diary and bring your friends along.


Easter Day Service 01/04/18 @ 9.30am

All welcome to celebrate Easter Sunday as the day of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. 01/04/18 at 9.30am St Peter’s Church.

Easter Communion Service

Great British Spring Clean – Sun 4th March @ 10am

Join us: GB Spring Clean (litter pick-up and gate cleaning) 04/03/18 @ 10am. Meet at the Village Hall where we will divide into teams. Bags, gloves and high vis-vests will be provided. Let us know if you can help on the day: david@protostudios.com 01980 635225.


Saturday 21/04/18 – Defibrillator Training

Saturday 21st April am– Defibrillator Training session in the village hall in the morning. More details nearer the time.


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Any suggestions for someone who could do a couple of days work moving some shingle and clearing some undergrowth please
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Join the Great British Spring Clean – Sunday 4 March 2018 at 10.00am

Hi Manningford Residents

Prompted by Wiltshire Council, Manningford is now signed up to take part in The Great British Spring Clean ( litter pick-up and gate cleaning) on Sunday 4th March at 10.00am for which we hope to attract as much support as possible.

The plan is to meet at the Village Hall and after a short briefing we shall divide into teams to cover the area most efficiently.

The route is primarily organised along:

a) C52 from The Rectory at the junction of the A345 to the crossroads for Pewsey/Woodborough past the bridge.

b) Road from the triangle past the village hall up to the bridge.

However, with enough volunteers we would like to extend the route to include Primrose and Dragon Lane and also from the railway bridge leading down through Manningford Abbotts.
We can also include Church Lane and Wick Lane amongst others but this will be very dependent on numbers and time, so the more the merrier!

Unfortunately we are unable to organise a litter pickup along the A345 for safety reasons.

We expect that we would be back to the VH by around 11.30 where refreshments, tea coffee and cake, will be provided.

Posters will be put up around the village in order to let everyone know in good time - please speak to your neighbours about joining us.

We shall arrange bags, gloves and as many viz-vests that we can lay our hands on, so, please let us know if you can help on the day by responding here/posting a message.
Thank you!
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Jackie CookHi, don't worry about doing Primrose Lane, I'm pretty certain there is no litter, and I walk up and down it often enough, I'll pick any up that does arrive. Not sure I can make 4th March

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The quintessential essence of the Vale of Pewsey

– Kennet Local Plan –

Pig Racing

The Pig Race Night held in mid-October was a huge success and a lot of fun was had by everyone who attended.     It was an initiative by David Blanchard to raise funds for maintenance within St. Peter’s Church and a massive £1,000 was achieved – it was split £750 to St. Peter’s and £250 was donated to the village hall.    Many thanks to everyone who helped make the evening a success and a special thanks to Sue & Allan Gardner who organised all the food & the racing.

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