St Stephen's Church
This Church of England church dates back to around the eleventh century. Our rector is the Revd. Jax Machin. The church has an enthusiastic band of bell-ringers and a fine ring of six bells, with three dating from 1742. The churchyard is in the site of an ancient meadow and produces a wealth of flowers, mosses and lichens.
Ham Green Conservation
The ancient woodland of Ham Green, officially a Site of Interest to Nature, is found on the southern edge of the Sparsholt village. It is a peaceful, lovely green space, previously thought to be a drover's road. Join this enthusiastic group who meet every month to carry out conservation work.
Terry Dunn on 01962 776543 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Village Primary School
Sparsholt Church of England Primary School moved to its present location surrounded by fields and opposite the parish church in November 1997. The school is focused on providing quality education at the heart of the community and pursuing high achievement for everyone within a Christian environment.
Bells are rung every Sunday before the church service; they also ring to celebrate local and national events. Bell-ringing as an activity is constantly under threat so don't let this ancient activity die out. Come and learn with the friendly bell-ringers every week at St Stephen's.
Jenny Watson on 01962 808167 or John Cleverly on 01962 776324
Village Memorial Hall
The new village hall was built in 1985. The money was raised by the Sparsholt Village Hall Committee, the Parish Council and the Education Authority. The hall is used for clubs and societies to meet and different forms of entertainment.
Contact Elizabeth West on 01962 776129
Lainston House is a charming seventeenth century country house standing in 63 acres of parkland. At this 5 star hotel you can have a traditional afternoon tea, dine in The Avenue the award-winning restaurant or take a cooking class in Season, The Exclusive Cookery School.
The Plough Inn
Built about 200 years ago as the coach house for Sparsholt Manor, it has been used as a pub since 1909. It is well worth a visit to sample the excellent menu and traditional ales on offer.
The college was given a huge endorsement by Ofsted in 2014. The large and attractive campus in the beautiful Hampshire countryside has a fully-functioning farm, and an extensive variety of specialist training courses.