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THIS SUNDAY - Culture on the Common 1-5pm on the Cricket Green. This free event includes an Art Exhibition with a 'Quilling Demonstration', children's arts & craft activities, classical harp music and cream teas.
Youth Film Session showing 'The Lego Movie' (U) on Thursday 7th August at 2pm at the Victoria Hall
Did you know that you can park for free for up to 90 minutes in the 'Red Bays' in Hartley Wintney's Central Car Park? You will find the 'Red Bays located between the doctors surgey and the public toilets.
Hartley Wintney Parish Council strives to safeguard the interests of the community and promote the Parish of Hartley Wintney to the best of its ability. This is achieved in a variety of ways including monitoring services carried out by District and County Councils, representing views of parishioners to other authorities, supporting and liaising with local clubs and organisations, protecting and enhancing its environment, sustaining and developing community spirit, recognising parishioners and volunteers who contribute to the fabric of the village and promoting local businesses and services.
Situated in North East Hampshire, Hartley Wintney is a rural village with a wealth of history, surrounded by idyllic countryside. With a population of approximately 5000 people, the Parish includes Phoenix Green to the south and the adjoining hamlets of Dipley, West Green, Elvetham and Hartfordbridge. The Parish includes large wooded areas such as Yateley Heath Wood and part of Hazeley Heath as well as large expanses of common land with the famous Mildmay Oaks at its centre. The River Hart flows to the north-east of the village with the River Whitewater forming the western parish boundary.
The village is twinned with Saint-Savin near Poitiers, France and with Malle, famous for its Trappist beer, near Antwerp in Belgium.