Welcome to our village.

Quarley Village

The parish of Quarley is a designated conservation area in Hampshire and situated on the Wiltshire border to the South West of Andover. It lies between the parishes of Amport in the North and Grateley in the South with close links to the surrounding villages of Amport, Grateley and Monxton.
The Manor House and the church are both mentioned in Domesday, before the Norman Conquest he Manor of Quarley was held by Earl Harold, but the Domesday Book assigns it to William the Conqueror.

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The Church

A church is recorded here in the Doomsday Book. A Saxon tomb lid has been built into the exterior vestry wall. The church would have been near to the famous Weyhill Fair, which was in existence in the 14th century. The north transept was built in 1827 for use as a vestry but later became a school room. When the church was reconstructed in 1863, the north transept was incorporated into the nave. The 13th century chancel was carefully preserved and in the sanctuary is a carved reredos painted with Christian symbols.  A spacious, large church with beautiful pillars, arches and stained glass windows. Its own fascinating history is very much related to that of the local area.

The Village Hall

The village hall was rebuilt and opened in 1987, with funds raised by the villagers themselves.  Charity run, it is maintained, improved and made available for the benefit of the residents and other people local to the village.  Available to hire, and with regular events it is the hub of village life.

Parish Council

The Parish Council represents the Village of Quarley and its residents. It meets quarterly to discuss matters of interest to the village including planning applications and other village matters.

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