Easton Royal is a village in the civil parish of Easton in Wiltshire, England, about 3 miles east of Pewsey and 5 miles south of Marlborough. The parish is on the north-eastern edge of Salisbury Plain, and near the eastern end of the Vale of Pewsey.
As a result of the 2009 restructuring of local government in some parts of England, the council was merged with four district councils into a new unitary authority for Wiltshire with effect from 1 April 2009. This was treated as a "continuing authority" and covers exactly the same area, although renamed "Wiltshire Council". After 2009 most services were substantially changed and relocated into fewer buildings around Wiltshire.
The village of Easton Royal has a population of around 250 people and 110 dwellings.
The Easton Royal Village Website, which is not administered by the Parish Council,
gives you access to all other aspects of Easton Royal life including the Village Hall and Holy Trinity Church.