Dauntsey Village is located in North Wiltshire some 6 miles from the ancient town of Malmesbury and a similar distance from Wootton Bassett. The major town of Swindon is 12 miles away. The M4 motorway allows swift access to the South, East and West and London Healthrow, Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff airports are less then 90 minutes away by road.
The river Avon flows through one part of the Village and in earlier times the Village had links by canal and railway to the surrounding district.
The majority of inhabitants have lived in the community for a long time, but few work in the Village and local farms. Many residents commute to work outside the Village and local area, and a significant number work from their homes.”
This page provides links to local travel information sources.
- Bus Timetable – Malmesbury-Chippenham, Chippenham-Malmesbury – via Dauntsey Vale.
- Do you need help getting to where you want to go?
Malmesbury Area Transport Hub provides a first contact point for all your transport needs and enquiries.
- Link to Car share Wiltshire page
Clubs, Organisations and Interest Groups
If you’d like your club, organisation or society to have a page on this website please Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boost interest in your club – add your details to this page!
This page lists the known organisations, societies and clubs within our Village. Entries are listed in alphabetical order, and if you click on any entry you will be redirected automatically to information about the organisation in question. Each entry includes a contact number or related web page from which more information can be sought.
Walks in Dauntsey Parish
This three mile walk to the Peterborough Arms and back takes you through open countryside between Sodom Lane and Dauntsey Lock.
The walk should reward you with a pub break at the Peterborough Arms half-way round – providing you with a convenient watering hole before you return.
You’ll be walking through open fields and experiencing a range of views across to Bradenstoke from a perspective that you wouldn’t normally see from the road.
The terrain is easy – but be prepared to negotiate a few awkward styles. The land can get wet – so bring along some boots.
Wiltshire Wayfarer Summer 2008 – Rights of Way Newsletter for Wiltshire County Council