Tangley, Hatherden and Wildhern
The parish of Tangley, which includes the hamlets of Wildhern and Hatherden, lies in the north west corner of Hampshire, mainly in the designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hungerford Lane is part of the old Roman Road from Winchester to Cirencester, the Icknield Way. Great walking country, the villages still boast no less than three pubs - the Fox, the Cricketers and the The Old Bell and Crown). A gentle stroll (or cycle ride) through these lanes will soon tell you why I so much appreciate the privilege of representing North West Hampshire!

Pictured is The Old Bell and Crown at Hatherden (by kind permission of the Landlord!), which also has a website, see links below.

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13 Sep 2014 Ride and Stride raises Funds for Hampshire Churches
13 Apr 2014 Wildhern holds Open Garden Day
14 Sep 2013 Ride and Stride raises funds for Hampshire's Churches
8 Jun 2013 Russians raise the Roof at Hatherden
6 May 2013 Tennis Court opened in Wildhern
26 May 2012 Hatherden School and Church Fete
10 Sep 2011 Riders and Walkers raise Funds for Hampshire Churches
2 Jul 2011 Fundraising concert at Tangley Church
21 May 2011 Hatherden holds Suummer Fete
14 Jun 2009 Dressage raises Funds for Naomi House
5 Feb 2009 Aurelia Young gives talk to Andover Art Society
7 Nov 2008 Sir George launches Speed Indicator at Hurstbourne Tarrant
14 Jun 2008 Hatherden holds Village Fete
12 Apr 2008 Wildhern raises funds for Parkinsons Disease Society
13 Oct 2007 Harvest Supper in Tangley Parish Village Hall
24 Aug 2007 Airfield Campaign holds a Third Public Meeting
8 Aug 2007 The politicians talk to the camera
8 Aug 2007 Tesco Protest hits the TV News
4 Aug 2007 Andover Airfield Campaign build up Momentum
12 Jan 2007 Last village in NW Hants gets Broadband
27 Oct 2006 Progress on Broadband for Hatherden - update at end
2 Sep 2006 Update on Broadband for Hatherden
14 Jul 2006 Broadband for Hatherden - BT Chairman replies to Sir George
23 Jun 2006 Talks take place on Broadband for Hatherden
12 Jun 2006 Sir George writes to Sir Christopher Bland about local broadband
10 Jun 2006 Broadband Meeting held in Wildhern Village Hall
11 Dec 2005 £6800 raised for Arthritis Research on trip from John O' Groats to Lands End
24 May 2005 Hatherden waits for Broadband News
5 May 2005 Broaderband for rural Hampshire - light on the horizon?
14 Apr 2005 The team move on to Tangley
14 Apr 2005 Ken and George meet the parents at Hatherden School
23 Oct 2004 Sir George opens refurbished Pub
2 Jul 2004 Broadband: the good news and the less good news
27 Apr 2004 Good news from BT
22 Apr 2004 ADSL to reach more homes and businesses
12 Apr 2004 Burghclere hits Broadband target
24 Jan 2004 Burghclere, St Mary Bourne close to Broadband target
16 Jan 2004 Sir George warns on local income tax (Test Valley version)
20 Nov 2003 Broadband for Hatherden exchange area?
20 Nov 2003 Broadband targets for Hurstbourne Tarrant, Linkenholt, Grateley, Headley
7 Jun 2003 Hatherden PCC and PTA hold Fete
23 Apr 2003 Broadband: Progress in North West Hampshire
5 Jul 2002 Sir George attacks Government planning proposals
18 Nov 2001 Tangley Book launched at Village Hall
2 Jul 2001 Hatherden School visits Westminster
9 Jun 2001 Wild West in Hatherden
12 Nov 2000 Sir George visits dairy farm
17 Jul 2000 Local Tories meet at Tangley
12 Jun 2000 Sir George visits Hatherden fete
10 Jun 2000 All change at Hatherden Fete
24 Feb 2000 Sir George pays tribute to Michael Colvin
3 Jan 2003 What is the latest on flooding in Hampshire
5 Dec 2002 What is the latest on flooding?
On a Lighter Note
8 Sep 2007 Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord
Local Links
Tangley Parish
Web pages hosted at Hantsnet covering Tangley, Wildhern and Hatherden.
Tangley Church
Interesting history of St Thomas of Canterbury, a Victorian redevelopment on a site of Christian worship for more than eight hundred years.
Tangley, Hatherden, Wildhern, The Appleshaws and Penton share a page in Test Valley's online exhibition of the Test Valley Tapestry.
The Old Bell and Crown
New owners Paul and Karen Blunden have a useful and attractive website with priced menus, a photo gallery, opening hours and even an online booking form!
Broadband Campaign
A page at the Tangley Parish site.
The Fox Inn
A good place to refresh when enjoying the beautiful walking country around Tangley!

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