We are a friendly, vibrant rural community of approximately 400 parishioners, located in particularly beautiful countryside with access to many miles of woodland and open Downs walks. Ashampstead’s peace and tranquility are its principle attraction, but so is its sense of community. Like many rural communities, Ashampstead does not have a pub, but our resourceful parishioners got together to create the Ashampstead Arms – a monthly pub night usually held on the first Saturday in every month at the Village Hall. Why not come along for a drink and chat!
Throughout the year we have a number of village events and plan to have a lot more.
The village has a beautiful 12th century church – St.Clement’s; a Victorian village hall available for hire, a large recreational ground and a popular farm shop – Casey Fields and Vicar’s Game, who also host many rural businesses, such as farming, horticulture, countryside sports and others such as publishing, cake making and game farming.
See our film for a glimpse of Ashampstead parish life: