This is the official website of Sparsholt Parish Council Winchester, Hampshire.


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 Sparsholt War Memorial

Historic England have assessed the War Memorial for addition to the List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. They found in favour of the War Memorial and it is now listed at Grade II.


The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Thursday 17th September 2015.

All parishioners are welcome to attend the meeting which takes place in the Memorial Hall commencing at 7.30pm


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Actions in hand

Below, we list the priority actions that the Parish Council are currently working on.

Sparsholt College Planning Application for Wind Turbine

Latest update:  Winchester City Council Planning Committee at their meeting on 5th March 2015 refused permission for the application to build a 74m high turbine at Sparsholt College.

See the officer's report recommending refusal here.

Roadworks & Potholes 

Liaising with highways to ensure our roads are properly maintained.

Refilling of grit bins

Report a road problem to HCC

Providing 4 snow shovels at The Shop, The Church and 2 in Woodman Close (Neville Volkes at 21 and Stewart Wooles at Old Bowling Green)


Liaising with highways to evaluate options to improve safety around the village as the volume of traffic and speed of vehicles have both increased.

See the traffic survey report here

Completed to date

Below we list the actions completed on our initiatives.

Village Design Statement

The revised Village Design Statement has now been published and is avaiable on this website.

The full document is very large containing a number of maps and photographs.  There is a smaller 'Text only' version of the document with the maps and photographs omitted.

Text only version

Full version with maps and photographs


Roadside Kerbs

Earlier in the year kerbs were installed along a number of roads in the village.  While protecting the verges they have also contributed to a notable reduction in speed as it is more  difficult for vehicles to pass side by side.