Useful Links

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Avebury Day will be back on Saturday 8th September 2018.

After months of hard work, the new village shop opened in March 2009. Thanks are due to the support of the local community, the Steering Group, the National Trust, grant funding providers and all our volunteers! The community shop is housed in Hope Cottage, on Avebury’s High Street.

The Upper Kennet News is a free issue magazine produced and distributed by volunteers to the 800+ homes in the upper Kennet valley. This beautiful part of the world starts 3 miles west of Marlborough, Wiltshire England and encompasses the parishes of Fyfield and West Overton with East Kennet, Avebury, Winterbourne Monkton, Berwick Bassett and Broad Hinton. A PDF Version can be downloaded and / or viewed via this link.

Probably the best website about Avebury on the World Wide Web – everything is covered here, and it also has great wallpapers and useful links.

The Henge Shop is in a unique location in the centre of Avebury, the largest prehistoric stone circle in the world. This unparalleled setting is the reason we stock the best quality merchandise. The Henge Shop is not owned or managed by The National Trust or English Heritage and as one of the only independent businesses in the World Heritage site we are free to select our own stock, using fair trade or local suppliers wherever possible. We have a wide range from gold, silver and pewter jewellery, woollens, tee shirts, hats, dowsing rods, minerals and fossils to books on a variety of subjects from the archaeological to the arcane. We are also used as a base by local people who run tours in the area.  The Henge Shop has been very generous to the Club’s Auction of Promises and other events.

UNESCO World Heritage Site – Avebury prehistoric stone circle is the largest in the world. The encircling henge consists of a huge bank and ditch 1.3km in circumference, within which 180 local, unshaped standing stones formed the large outer and two smaller inner circles.UNESCO World Heritage Site – Avebury prehistoric stone circle is the largest in the world. The encircling henge consists of a huge bank and ditch 1.3km in circumference, within which 180 local, unshaped standing stones formed the large outer and two smaller inner circles.

We’re a village cricket club, now in our twentieth year, playing about 45 games of cricket each season around Wiltshire. This website hosts our averages, our results, and contains match reports for games since 2005.

Avebury National Trust At Avebury, the world’s largest prehistoric stone circle partially encompasses a pretty village. Millionaire archaeologist Alexander Keiller excavated here in the 1930s, and there is a museum bearing his name.  He was also an officer of Avebury Club.

 

Avebury Rocks Music Festival Friday 27 – Sunday 29 July 2018 Avebury Rocks is a celebration of all forms of great live music, from rock to folk and everything in-between. We aim to bring you a fantastic weekend of musical treats – you might even discover your new favourite band! All proceeds from Avebury Rocks go towards supporting the care and services provided by local charity Prospect Hospice. Avebury Rocks was the inspiration of local-born musician Nick Harper as a way to give something back to Prospect Hospice, the local hospice who provided care for his late mother. Nick, with the help of David Uttley and the original organising committee, set out to find a talented and willing group of musicians who would happily perform in a field in Wiltshire, next to the famous standing stones of Avebury. Eight years later we’re still going strong! The festival features an eclectic line-up of local and national artists over two stages, and we champion those making new and original music.

The Wiltshire directory 1791-97 states that “Ramsbury is noted for the excellent beer of which there is a great consumption in London”