Welcome to the Sutton Veny Web Site

Sutton Veny lies in the beautiful Wylye Valley between Salisbury and Bath, and is approximately 2 miles from the town of Warminster in Wiltshire. Longleat House and Safari Park are close by as well as Centre Parcs. To find or travel to Sutton Veny - a map is here.

The village is steeped in history and was a concentration area during the 1st World War for units going to and from France. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has a Cemetery beside St Johns Church with Australian soldiers who died mainly from the influenza epidemic in 1918. The picture gallery here contains some wonderful postcards and photographs of the period.

This web site has a wealth of local information. Hover your mouse over the menu at the top of the page and explore. If you have any historical information for this site or have any comments then please let me know through the contact form.

If you are new to the village there is a Newcomers Page just for you.

Some of the Interesting Information on this Site:


Pictures from the 2014 Sutton Veny Primary School Anzac Day Service on 25 April 2014 is shown on our ANZAC Day Services page.

Please read the comments in our Guest Book and leave a message to share if you so wish.

The pages on Sutton Veny War Memorial have been updated from a newspaper article of the Dedication Ceremony on 15th February 1920.

- St Leonard's Church in Sutton Veny, which is largely in ruins, still has its chancel dating from 1700.

- Read about Sutton Veny in World War 1

- Pictures of Sutton Veny from the 1st World War including nearby Army Camps and soldiers. Can you see a picture of your relative ?
Latest News

The Sutton Veny Village Hall Newsletter for August is now out.

A post regarding the proposed changes to the Sutton Veny settlement boundary is on the Sutton Veny Blog.

A list of the Rectors in Sutton Veny since 1297 has been added to the Sutton Veny Churches page.

Please visit the new Sutton Veny Facebook Page and see the lovely photos of Sutton Veny in the summer and autumn. We have a Blog, a Message Board and are on Twitter as well. Please click icons below.