The sixth in Cv's series of English County Guides explores Wiltshire. The dramatic sweep of a spare landscape of the Pewsey Vale introduces the historic town of Marlborough. It follows routes towards the west; to Bath and Avon; taking in settlements of Chippenham, Calne, Melksham, Devizes, Malmesbury, and Bradford on Avon.
Wiltshire is beautiful and mysterious, spanned by ancient lay lines and runic landmarks such as Stonehenge, The White Horse, and the Avebury Ring. This is an original account of eye-witness experience; fascinating for visitors and informative for those seeking a new place to live.
First researched from 1999-2001 and resumed in 2011-12, Cv's series of English County Guides provides descriptions of market towns and villages, for casual visitors and those interested in moving to a different area.
The guides contain eye-witness records of natural character, of the villages: the properties, amenities, communication, travel, and business links. Available titles include: Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Norfolk, Wiltshire, and Cumbria.
Each guide records between one and 200 villages and county towns. There are route maps, colour photographs, and a directory of local services.