Village News

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How to get help in Kington Langley during
the Coronavirus pandemic

A message to Kington Langley Parishioners. Martin and Nikki Casey have volunteered to manage the villagers’ efforts to support each other through the current situation regarding Coronavirus and to be a point of contact for general information and help. 

To that end, for those who self-isolate or feel vulnerable and need support please call Martin or Nikki on the number below (giving name, address and contact number).

For those who wish to volunteer to help please pass your details to Martin or Nikki so that we might arrange full support to those in isolation (name, address and contact number).

Martin and Nikki Casey The Stables, Ashes Lane Tel: 01249 750178

You can also goto for help or to register as a volunteer.

Wiltshire Council has also produced a Covid-19 Community Pack with useful information.

Village News for July 2020

Here is a full copy of the July edition of the village magazine.

KLVM July 2020


Kington Langley Podcast

Adrian Beeby has been working on some more podcasts about Kington Langley village history.
Here’s the link to all six of the podcasts:


For the latest information on the village plans to try to purchase the Hit or Miss – please see the dedicated web page. ___________________________________________



Old Picture Postcards of Kington Langley

Many thanks to Betty Bird for providing these fascinating postcards. Please click on any of the pictures to enlarge them.

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KL Book

We all know how lucky we are to live in our village. A church, a school, a pub, and some wonderful buildings all around us. But there’s mysteries too – why are there buildings from the 15th century, and yet the church is as late as the 19th century? Why is the chapel older than the church? Many villagers will know of at least two histories of Kington Langley that have been written – the book many of us bought in 1995 written by Sheila Colhoun, and an earlier 19th century.