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Situated in the heart of the beautiful Test Valley, the parish of Abbotts Ann includes areas around the village itself, namely Little Ann, Little Park, Abbotts Ann Down, Burghclere Down and an area of Anna Valley.

Located just under three miles from the market town of Andover and a short drive away from the historic centres of Salisbury and Winchester, Abbotts Ann is a thriving community with an award-winning village shop, church, state of the art primary school, nursery school and two pubs.

Its residents are proud of where they live, with many taking an active role in the annual village fete, running the community village shop and joining in the numerous clubs and social occasions the village and its surrounding areas provide.

Please do enjoy and explore our website, where you will find information about much of what Abbotts Ann has to offer, both in its amenities and clubs/societies. We would also welcome your feedback and openly encourage you to contact us with your news and views.

Why not start by looking at the information about the amenities within the village. You could  also check out our Village Photo Galleries.

The Annual Parish Assembly

Electors of the Parish of Abbotts Ann are invited to attend THE ANNUAL PARISH ASSEMBLY This meeting will be held at: War Memorial Hall, Abbotts Ann On : Friday 21st April 2017 Time: 7.00pm Under the Chairmanship of: Councillor Andrew Hayter (Chairman of the Parish Council) The Parish Meeting may by law discuss all parish …

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Abbotts Ann Parish Council DRAFT Meeting Minutes for 2nd March 2017

Click HERE to review the DRAFT Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on 2nd March 2017

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Change of Service Time

In case you missed it in the March Magazine, please note that the Service on the second Sunday of the month, starting this Sunday 12th of March, will be at 10am. Rather than 9.30am. Moving the one service to 10am, before we know the outcome of the overall Benefice worship review means that …

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Abbotts Ann Magazine

The Parochial Church Council were very sad to learn in the March edition of the magazine team’s resignation. For many years Andrea Jackson and Pam Lytle have worked magnificently to publish and distribute the magazine, and recently Mark Stevens has done sterling work as advertising representative. We are extremely grateful to them and …

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W.I. Newsletter February 2017

We may not have had a speaker organised for this month’s meeting, but to make up for it our members have been doing a lot of talking throughout this month.    We chatted as we walked through wintery showers of sleet in very cold temperatures around Hatherden and Wherwell.  We did laugh, as with …

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Abbotts Ann Telephone Box

                                                                                      News Update Abbotts Ann Telephone Box The results are in following …

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Abbotts Ann Green Action AGM 22nd March 2017

Everyone is invited to our AGM to hear about AAGA’s work during the past year and make plans for the future. Elections will be held for new leadership. Two short films will be shown on Recycling and the latest thinking on climate change.                         …

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Village Calendar for 2017 featuring photographs from Abbotts Ann & Little Ann

Abbotts Ann War Memorial Hall 2017 Calendar featuring photographs from Abbotts Ann & Little Ann The calendar is available NOW from the Village Shop for £7.50

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Save energy – reduce your bills with Thermal Imaging

THERMAL IMAGING Do you have high heating bills? Are you wasting energy? Abbotts Ann Green Action will arrange a thermal imaging survey of your house at the cost of £10 to help you find where you are losing heat without realising it, and where you could save energy. Contact: Ann Hopwood …

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Church Restoration Project – Complete

I am most pleased to be able to say that replacing the Nave, Chancel and Vestry roofs, plus masonry, brick work and drainage repairs were completed by the forecast completion date of 24 March 2016.  Whilst the tidying up of the area around the church is still ongoing, because of the …

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