St Mary's Church, Upavon
A beautiful Church in the heart of the village.
The present Church is largely the result of 15th and 19th Century restorations but it is on the foundations of the late Norman church (circa 1175) which stood on this site. The Norman church replaced an earlier wooden Saxon church.
For more information please go to: https://www.valeofpewsey.org
The Village Hall
To enquiries or to book the Upavon Village Hall please email:
or telephone 01980 630191
Upavon Baptist Chapel
Chapel Lane, Upavon, Wiltshire
UPAVON BAPTIST CHAPEL, CHAPEL LANE, UPAVON
Please join us for Worship Services at 3.30 p.m.
2nd SUNDAY EVERY MONTH
& for Prayer & Bible Study 7.30p.m.
4th FRIDAY EVERY MONTH
If you need a lift, please ring 01225 782941/768000
Upper Playing Field
Lower Playing Field
The Antelope Inn
The Antelope Inn was first mentioned in 1604 and was rebuilt in the early 18th century. Situated in the heart of Wiltshire's historic area comprising Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Durrington walls, Avebury stone circle, and is ideally situated as a base to see the many crop circles that are found in this area. Its an ideal place to break up your day or even for a mini getaway.
We have recently refurbished our letting rooms to a very high standard. We have 7 luxury en-suite letting bedrooms, 6 kingsize double rooms and 1 executive single room.
Food and drink at The Antelope Inn
You'll find a pleasantly impressive menu at The Antelope Inn. We use locally sourced fresh produce in our dishes and take great pride in our cooking. We don't serve fast tasteless bland food, instead you'll find yourself with a great tasting, mouth watering meal that you'll appreciate.
The Antelope Inn, 3 High Street, Upavon, Wiltshire, SN9 6EA
For more information please either call on 01980 630025 (please note number change) or visit the website
The Ship Inn
The Ship Inn is a "proper English Pub", mind your head as you enter, this charming 16th Century thatched Pub, with it's low beams and open fires, where muddy boots and well behaved dogs are welcome, it's the perfect place for refreshment while exploring the nearby Salisbury Plain.
Jono and Rosie extend a warm welcome at the Ship Inn, a traditional 15th century house with open fires and low beams. Meet friendly locals and enjoy excellent homemade food daily, lunchtime and evenings. Complement your meal with a pint or two of locally brewed ales from breweries like Buttcombe, Ramsbury, and Stonehenge Ales, and maybe even have a ghostly experience by the log fire!
The Ship Inn, 10 High Street, Upavon, Wiltshire, SN9 6EA
For more information on the Ship Inn please call 01980 630313, email on
Upavon Village Store, and Post Office
Cheryl & Mike Parr and Family extend a warm welcome, offering everything you might need from your village store.
Fresh Local Fish & Meat, Fruit & Veg, Milk & Bread, cakes, jams and chutneys, selection of wines and spirits, cold beer and cider, everyday provisions, National Lottery, Newspaper delivery, petfood, stationary,top-ups and much more!
"If they haven't got it, let them know and they will do their best to get it".
Go to our Face Book page for More Information
For more information please telephone: 01980 630268
Katy's Hair Design
1, Andover Rd, Upavon, SN9 6EB
Unisex Hair Salon
No appointment necessary
Hair Accessories and Hair Extensions now available
We cover all aspects of hair dressing, we also offer ear piercing, threading and airbase makeup
Tuesday and Thursday are late nights
For more information please telephone: 01980 630440
Here at My Flower Patch we prioritise flowers grown without chemicals, with a bee- and insect-friendly approach, a low carbon footprint and always with zero air miles. We never use plastic-based floral foam, and we minimize the use of single-use plastic. All of the flowers used are British-grown, all year round. Choosing to use small scale growers as a first choice, and will then top up with larger wholesale growers as necessary.
If you love the character, scent and vibrancy of British-grown flowers as much as we do, then we'd be excited to hear from you.
The Widdington Shoot
Widdington Farm, Upavon, Wiltshire, SN9 6EE
Widdington Farm is a picturesque farm set into the Wiltshire countryside neighbouring the extensive Salisbury plains.
Widdington Farm, run by Jeremy Horton, has a long history of game shooting but opened its doors to its new clay shooting ground, namely The Shooting Club in June 2005.
The Shooting Club has since gone from strength to strength and is now a premier ground offering a wide scope of clay shooting to the public ranging from total beginners wanting to experience their first clay to expert shots wishing to stay at the top of their game.
For more details please visit The Widdington Shoot Website
Upavon Golf Club
Upavon Golf Club, Douglas Avenue, Upavon, Wiltshire, SN9 6BQ
A Golf Course with History & Tradition
There have been golf holes laid out on the site at Upavon since 1912 when the area was used for recreation by the newly-formed Royal Flying Corps just before the First World War. In 1918 the Royal Flying Corps evolved into the Royal Air Force who occupied Upavon Aerodrome Station for 75 years. The RAF vacated the site in 1993 and by 1997 the current testing 18 hole layout was established.
For more information please visit the Upavon Golf Club Website
Army Gliding Club (Wyvern)
Upavon Airfield, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6BE
Wyvern is the largest gliding club within the Army Gliding Association and provides gliding as a recognized sport and approved Adventurous Training activity to all Servicemen, retired servicemen and MoD civilians and by exception other civilians can be invited to join. It will also provide air experience flights for all those interested in finding out about the thrill of gliding. All instruction is carried out by BGA (British Gliding Association) Instructors.
Chisenbury Fishing Syndicate
In the heart of Wiltshire, where the Pewsey Vale meets Salisbury Plain, the River Avon runs through the village of East Chisenbury. The Chisenbury Fishing syndicate manages some 2 ½ miles of water in an informal and natural style to encourage a healthy stock of Brown Trout and Grayling. The wild fish are supplemented by a limited amount of stocking with Triploid Brown Trout. Healthy numbers of Grayling are found throughout the water and most seasons specimen fish over 2 pounds are caught.
For more information please go to the website www.chisenburyfishing.com or email: