Farringdon is a small village in Hampshire, about four miles south of the town of Alton on the A32, Fareham road.
The village is in two parts, Lower and Upper Farringdon, linked by Shirnall Hill, a tree covered lane that rises from the east side of the A32.
(Click Map image below for larger map)

Aerial View of Farringdon

A note for any of you researching your family history:
Prior to the late 1800's Farringdon was generally spelt with one 'R' in official registries, which can lead to confusion with the town
of Faringdon, in Oxfordshire, there are also two other Farringdons in the UK, another village, in Devon and a borough in Islington.


Next Meeting of
Farringdon Parish Council
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 31st May
All Saints Church at 7:30 pm


Agenda, Minutes and
" Key messages"
(when published)
of Farringdon Parish Council and
Planning meetings can be
accessed from the
Parish Page


Next Village Coffee Morning
Saturday 3rd June
10:00 to 11:30 in
All Saints Church
more details on the Church Page


ChristinglesAll Saints Church supplies the spiritual needs of the residents and in the absence
of a Village Hall, is also used for some public meetings and Village events,
including the Annual Christingle Service

All Saints Church, Farringdon

Farringdon Horticutural Society

TO RHS WISLEY on 5th JULY 2017
More details on the News Page


Once again the 'Biz' has engaged the services of Farringdons' Foremost Astrologer who, after prolonged study of her astral charts, has revealed her Astrological Predictions - 2017
for Farringdon Residents
Click Here to see what 2017
has in store for you

or possibly not!


 Massey's Folly is a brickwork confection which was constructed over a long period by three workmen, overseen
by the 'eccentric' Reverend Thomas Massey, Vicar of Farringdon from 1875 -1919.

Massey's Folly from the South


Until the end of July 2015, the village hall occupied the Eastern part of the Folly (to the right of the picture above)
and was used by a number of organisations from within and well beyond the village boundaries.

The Western half of the Folly(to the left of the picture), served as the Village Primary School until 1987 and was sold off after the school closed. Farringdon Children now attend Chawton or Selborne school.

At various times the West end of the Folly served as commercial premises and a Nursery School, although it had been unoccupied for some time before the building was sold in 2015

Despite its listed status,faced an uncertain future as a Village Hall due to financial cost of maintaining the structure.
The Village Hall Management Committee eventually sold Massey's Folly the building for conversion into apartments and The Folly was officially handed over to the new owners at the end of July 2015.
No reconstruction work has taken place as yet but work on the conversion of the Folly is due to
begin now the extremely slow planning process is completed

205 Carshare
A Subsidised Taxi Service
between Farringdon & Alton
on Tuesdays and Fridays

You need to book the day before and
must be registered with the scheme to use the service

Click Here for full details

This service to Alton is also available from:
Newton Valence, East & West Tisted
and Monkwood.


Last, but by no means least, until February 18th Farringdon had two Village Pubs one at each end of the village,


The Golden Pheasant, (formerly the Royal Oak) can be found on the west side of the A32, Gosport Road, in Lower Farringdon serving a wide selection of Real Ales and Lagers and excellent home cooked food in the restaurant

The Rose and Crown in Upper Farringdon closed on 18th Feb, hopefully it will reopen in the not too far distant future.

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