The civil parish of Hursley is situated to the south-west of Winchester in Hampshire and is part of Winchester City Council’s administrative area.
Ampfield Parish, part of Test Valley District, adjoins to the west, and Chandler’s Ford, part of Eastleigh Borough, to the south.
The parish, famous for both its connections with Richard Cromwell and John Keble (of Keble College, Oxford fame), is centred on the historic downland village of Hursley, which lies roughly mid-way between Winchester and Romsey on the A3090. Sometimes known as “The Village of Chimneys” because of the tall highly decorated rubbed brick chimneys, which decorate many of the older buildings, the village is home to IBM (UK) Laboratories, who occupy Hursley Park, the “Big House” of the village.
The parish has a comparatively small population, with about 700 electors, but is one of the largest, by area, in Hampshire and includes the settlements of Pitt, Standon, Ladwell, Farley Chamberlayne and Slackstead.
More about the HPC can be found on their website : http://hursleypc.org.uk/
Hursley Park Cricket Club is local cricket club, playing within the domain of the Hursley Estate and dates back to 1785. The club has two grounds adjacent to each other and supports four senior teams on a Saturday, a Sunday senior XI, two ladies teams and junior cricket for girls and boys from the ages of 8 to 15. The club is always pleased to welcome new members either as players or supporters.
Hursley Park Cricket Club
Hursley Park Rd, Winchester SO21 2JN
Phone: 01962 775568
Situated in the picturesque village of Hursley, just south of Winchester, we are a small, sociable club offering the opportunity to play on grass. We have two courts situated in the corner of the Hursley Recreation Ground, and our season runs from 1st May to 30th September. Also, each winter we join in with other tennis clubs to keep playing all year round, currently we have an arrangement with the Thornden Tennis Club in Chandlers Ford to play in mix-ins on Saturday afternoons on hard courts during the period October to April.
Hursley Lawn Tennis Club
We train at John Keble Primary School. Every Saturday morning from 08:30-10:00.
We have professional coaching from R&R sports.
We have a great pitch. We are looking for primary School age boys and girls to join and help us build for the future.
We are a non-political, fun, vibrant youth football club and compete at U9 and U10 levels in the Sunday Eastliegh District Mini Soccer League.
Hursley Youth FC
10, Meredun Close
Enquiries by Email: email@example.com or Telephone 07816 355428.
Telephone calls only accepted during normal working hours. We will contact you to discuss your booking at the earliest opportunity, if not immediately available to take your call.
More details : http://hursleypc.org.uk/parish-hall/
We are a group of people who ring the bells at All Saints Church in Hursley. We ring on practice nights and for Sunday and other services, and for weddings. Please get in touch or visit the tower on Friday evenings at 7:30pm if you would like to know more!
Hursley Allotment Association
A Very active small group of allotment holders, contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
My Zumba class runs Thursdays at the John Keble School (hall) at 6.30pm. Zumba is dance/exercise to music from around the world and is, I think, the best form of exercise out there - medium impact, working your whole body and great fun. But by far the most important ingredient is the music -uplifting and just great! The class only started a few weeks ago and needs a little more support/attendance in order to continue so if you are reading this and love to dance, then please contact me - I take bookings in advance, though there will be no class over half term. Look forward to hearing from you, Sue.
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