Linkenholt and Faccombe
Linkenholt and Faccombe are at the extreme Northern boundary of the Test Valley district council area. Linkenholt is a tiny, remote rural community, set in surroundings of great beauty. St Peter's church, built in 1871, replacing an ancient parish church, has striking wooden spire and a pretty lych gate. The village also has a very attractive cricket ground. Faccombe is at the highest point in the district, at 800 feet, and nearby there are splendid views across the North Wessex Downs. St Barnabas' church has the small Norman font from the original mother church at Netherton, and some 17th century monuments. The pub and most of the property in the village is owned by the Faccombe Estate.

The delightful picture of The Jack Russell seen across the village pond is courtesy of Hampshire Cam.You can dine in the attractive conservatory.

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28 Oct 2007 Rev Tom Goode says Good Bye
24 Aug 2007 Airfield Campaign holds a Third Public Meeting
9 Jul 2005 Keith Chegwin comperes Faccombe VE Day Celebration
3 Aug 2004 Sir George presents Shepherd with Crook
3 Jul 2004 Sir George looks in on Clere Festival
2 Jul 2004 Broadband: the good news and the less good news
12 Apr 2004 Burghclere hits Broadband target
24 Jan 2004 Burghclere, St Mary Bourne close to Broadband target
20 Nov 2003 Broadband targets for Hurstbourne Tarrant, Linkenholt, Grateley, Headley
23 Apr 2003 Broadband: Progress in North West Hampshire
10 Apr 2002 Basingstoke and Deane - Time for a Better Deal
25 Nov 2001 Faccombe Church holds Craft Fayre
1 Aug 2001 10th Andover Scouts camp at Linkenholt
20 May 2000 Sir George visits outdoor activities at Linkenholt
Local Links
History of St Barnabus' Church
An interesting page at Rootsweb.
Test Valley Tapestry
Linkenholt church is depicted on this section of the tapestry.
Linkenholt outdoor activities
The 2000 acre Linkenholt estate accepts bookings from groups of young people who wish to enjoy outdoor activities, subsidised by The Herbert and Peter Blagrave Trust, allowing access and facilities for a very low per person per night fee.
The Faccombe Estate
Here you can read about the estate, the village and local activities.
The Jack Russel
The pub has a page on the Faccombe Estate web page.

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