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Downland Walk Copyright North Wessex Downs WalksCF OSMap Walks
The village lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are some lovely walks to be had in this area. Check out the Wiltshire Council site for OS maps showing all footpaths and bridleways.

Pub Grub 
The WheatsheafPub Scene
offers a warm and friendly welcome. Opening hours are on The Pub page, as are announcements of forthcoming events.

The Women's InstituteClaresPottery
holds monthly meetings which usually feature an interesting talk by a guest speaker. 2022 events include a talk by Hugh Pihlens about the 'Littlecote Roman Villa', a visit to Whitchurch Silk Mill and a talk by Sarah Delves on 'The History of Handbags'. All are welcome (even men!); non-members are charged £4 per meeting. See the Womens' Institute section on this website and the What's On page.

The Village HallAladdin
As well as Pilates classes, and Womens' Institute Meetings, watch out for one-off events such as Quiz Nights, Art Exhibitions, Films and Pantomimes; these are advertised in the pub and in Whitton Ways magazine, as well as on the What's On page.

Jubilee CakesJubilee Bouncy CastleChurch, Village and School fêtes
are advertised on local posters, in Whitton Ways and on this website.
Round and About

Chilton Foliat is in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a wealth of interesting places to visit.
Click on the image to download the brochure.

Ramsbury logo The village of Ramsbury is just 3 miles from Chilton Foliat and boasts a Horticultural Society, a Library, Guided Walks, a Drama group, fortnightly showing of films and a Tennis club. See the Ramsbury website for details.

The nearby town of Hungerford logo Hungerford , being much larger has, amongst its facilities two leisure centres, a local history club, a camera club, lots of antique shops and a larger library. See the Hungerford website for further details.