Welcome to the Ashmansworth Parish Website

You'll find lots of useful information about our north Hampshire parish, which encompasses the villages of Ashmansworth and Crux Easton.

Ashmansworth village view

We hope you find the site informative and useful, and become a regular visitor!

If you have any ideas that would help to improve the site, please send us an email

Clerk and Councillors

For details of our current councillors and Clerk please visit Council Information, Councillors

Parish Council Meetings

Our next council meeting will take place on Tuesday 17th November at 7.30pm via Zoom. Please click here for an Agenda. Meeting ID 828 7276 8829, Password 403 088. All are welcome to log on and join us. 

We have also created a new page to the website to post updates and circulate parish information in relation to Coronavirus. 

The draft minutes of our previous meeting on 7th July can be found here.

Planning Guidelines

Your parish council is often asked how we judge planning applications. We don’t
approve them, but give local advice to Basingstoke. We have written our own new guidance document which we will use to evaluate applications.

The Parish Council planning guidelines may be viewed here.

Further parish council procedures and polices may be viewed here.  

Parish Council News & Events 

We have an updated Emergency Plan. Please click here to view it.  

We have recently received some historic pictures of well-known artist George Bissill, who lived at Four Ashes. Click here to view. 


For further general village news please click here.


Local Websites of interest :

Welcome to St James' 

Please click here for welcome! 

Ashmansworth & District Horticultural Society

Our long established society now has a website giving details about itself and its events.

Joga etc

If you have any ideas about an exercise class that might be popular please contact Mike Sarson (01635 250533).

Ash Dieback

If you are concerned about the recent threat of Ash Dieback disease, click here for details and here for symptoms.

We are asked to lend our support to the IF campaign. Click here to read all about it!