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The picturesque village of Crondall is situated in north east Hampshire, England and is all that remains of the Crondall Hundred which was surveyed in the Domesday Book of 1086. The village is on gentle slopes of the low western end of the North Downs
The name Crondall is believed to derive from the Old English ‘crundel’, a chalk-pit or lime quarry, the remains of which can be seen as a depression on the golf-course.
The 12th Century Norman parish church replaced a Saxon church on the same site. The Saxon font remains from that period. The east end of the Nave dates to 1170.
Crondall Cricket Club regularly plays cricket on Hook Meadow and also hosts matches involving other local clubs.
The Parish Council consists of 8 elected (unpaid) Councillors and 1 (paid) professional Clerk. Together we deliver local services and represent your local interests. See our Crondall Parish Boundaries document for information on our boundaries
As well as the wonderful countryside across the Parish we have a wide range of companies, voluntary organisations, clubs and facilities. Most of the organisations and clubs are based in the village, click below for details.
The installation will take up to six weeks and then there is time needed for the grass to grow back. Please do not enter the site until the Playground is fully re-opened.
Crondall is a thriving, popular and attractive village in North East Hampshire, England. The village formed part of the “Crondall Hundred” which is mentioned in the Doomsday book. The current Parish was managed jointly with Ewshot Ward (a neighbouring village) until 2010. The current Parish comprises 731 dwellings housing around 1,239 people.
The parish is served by 3 public houses, 1 shop, 2 churches, 2 car dealerships, 1 petrol station, a number of farms and numerous small businesses. The local school is thriving and recently received a double “excellent” for their OFSTED inspections.