Dogmersfield Parish Council

Working together for Dogmersfield


This is the website for the Parish of Dogmersfield

in rural Hampshire






* Dogmersfield Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum Version *



* Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Annual Governance & Accountability Return (Exempt Authority) Accounts for Year Ended 31 March 2019 *



* Vacancy for Parish Clerk *




Despite being only three miles from the busy town of Fleet in North East Hampshire, Dogmersfield is a small, essentially rural community built around a village school, pub and church.


The large village of Odiham to the north west and the market town of Farnham to the south, together with Fleet, provide all the basic needs of doctors’ surgeries, banks, secondary schools and shops. The larger towns of Reading, Basingstoke and Guildford are within a twenty mile radius of the village.


The central part of the village is built along Church Lane and Chatter Alley with a mixture of old and new housing, some commercial garage premises, the school and the pub. There is a small settlement adjacent to the A287 which is part of the parish and a few scattered dwellings alongside the A287, in the hamlet of Ormersfield and at the end of Spratts Hatch Lane.


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Meeting dates

Agendas for meetings

Minutes of meetings

Financial Management

Policies & Other Documents

Neighbourhood Plan

Planning Applications



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