Coordinates: 51°17′00″N 1°59′00″W / 51.2833°N 1.9833°W
Market Lavington is a large village with a population of about 2,300 on the northern edge of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, near the market town of Devizes.
Market Lavington was formerly considered to be a town and received a Royal Charter to hold a weekly market in the year 1254.
Today it has a Co-op supermarket, a pharmacist, a butcher, a newsagent's shop, a post office, two hairdressers, two pubs and other small businesses. There is also a Nursing and Residential Home. The manor house is now the junior boarding house for Dauntsey's School
As well as having its own elected parish council, Market Lavington falls within the area of the Wiltshire Council unitary authority, which is responsible for all significant local government functions.
The village has two schools, as well as a pre-school group. It is less than two miles from Dauntsey's School, in nearby West Lavington.
Market Lavington hosts an annual barrel rolling contest and a tug of war on White Street, leading up Lavington Hill.