Welcome to www.kingtonstmichael.com
Kington St Michael's
Kington St Michael is a small, thriving and sustainable village 3 miles north of Chippenham, Wiltshire, with approximately 700 inhabitants. The village has a community run shop with a Post Point, a primary school, "The Jolly Huntsman" pub, a village hall, a social club, St Michael & All Angels parish church and a recreation field overlooking the Nymph Hay Wood.
The hamlet of Easton Piercy is part of the parish of Kington St Michael.
There are plenty of clubs and activities held in the village hall including pre-school, netball, WI and Autumn Club (please click on "Community & Clubs" for further details).
We are linked to Malmesbury and Chippenham via the A350. The M4 motorway (J17) is 3 miles north of the village, going west to Bath, Bristol & Cardiff and east to Swindon, Reading & London. The nearest railway station is in Chippenham, giving mainline access west to Bristol and east to London Paddington. The nearest airport is at Bristol.
Kington St Michael is approximately 101 metres above sea level.
Superfast fibre optic broadband (e.g. BT Infinity) is available, Freeview can be received and there is mains gas throughout most of the village.
Our oldest resident is 97 years old. The oldest cat in the village is 23!
We hope you enjoy looking through our webpages to find out about our village life.
One of the two Manor Farms! Malt House Cottages Double-fronted house
Bucklebury Cottage Looking towards the church
Snowy view of KSM, showing the back of Folly Row
The main street at the north end of the village, with Stanton lane on the left.
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