• The Village Post Office and News Box
  • Harvest Dichotomy - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • One too many mornings IBM - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Spring fields panorama IBM - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Haunted House IBM - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Daffodils - infrared - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Fujica Angel Hursley cemetery - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Church path - Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Still morning- Shot by Martin (Flickr Skink74)
  • Top of church view of village centre
  • Borage field near Standon

Welcome to the Hursley Village Info website

The civil parish of Hursley is situated to the south west of Winchester in Hampshire, (see Map) and is part of Winchester City Council's administrative area.

The parish, famous for both its connections with Richard Cromwell and John Keble (of Keble College, Oxford fame), is centred on the historic downland village of Hursley, which lies roughly mid-way between Winchester and Romsey on the A3090. Sometimes known as "The Village of Chimneys" because of the tall highly decorated rubbed brick chimneys, which decorate many of the older buildings, the village is home to IBM (UK) Laboratories, who occupy Hursley Park, the "Big House" of the village.

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Hursley Village Photos
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The Monarch's Way runs through Hursley
The escape of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.) onto Bunstead. external linkmore

The escape of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.

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