Facilities & Amenities

Glebe Hall

The Glebe Hall, Winterbourne Earls, 4 miles NE of Salisbury. Built in 1992 of brick and flint, the award-winning Winterbourne Glebe Hall echoes the traditional architecture of local Wiltshire villages. Designed to blend into a very attractive area of the village, the Glebe Hall adjoins St Michael & All Angels Church and is surrounded by the open, grassed areas of the Glebe Lands and mature trees which all form part of a conservation area. It also has the benefit of being at the centre of the 3 villages that form The Winterbournes.

The Glebe Hall is a popular fully equipped venue comprising of a large hall with stage, small meeting room, modern kitchen, annex, foyer and toilets. It is regularly used for conferences, meetings, local clubs and organisations, wedding receptions and private functions. There is provision for approximately 150 people. The Hall has wheelchair access to all areas and a Disabled Toilet. Parking for up to 50 cars, with additional parking available. For further information go to the Glebe Hall website at http://www.glebehall.org.uk

Churches

The Church of Saint Michael and All Angels. The Church of Saint Michael and All Angels stands at the boundary of Winterbourne Dauntsey and Winterbourne Earls. It replaced the old Church of Saint Michael off Tanner’s Lane in Winterbourne Earls and the Church of Saint Edward off Gater’s Lane in Winterbourne Dauntsey. The present church was built in 1867-68, using material from the demolished medieval churches. Information about church activities and the dates and times of services at Saint Mary’s and Saint Michaels’s can be found here Bourne Valley Churches – Home or contact the Rector Reverend Peter Ostli-East on 01980 611350

 

 

Church of Saint Mary the Virgin. The charming Church of Saint Mary the Virgin at Winterbourne Gunner is of twelfth century origin, with alterations and rebuilding work dating to the fourteenth and later centuries. It is built largely of flint, with limestone quoins and dressing.

 

 

 

Winterbourne Dauntsey Methodist Church. Records indicate that the original chapel was built by the Blatch family at the end of the 18th century as an independent meeting-house, and passed into the possession of the Methodist New Connexion c.1844. The walls are built of cob with flints on brick footings and the roof is half-hipped and covered with thatch.  The newer part of the building is home to the Bourne Valley Methodist Church, part of Salisbury Methodist Circuit.  Information on services can be found on the Circuit website here.

 

 

Allotments

The Winterbourne allotment site off Down Barn Road is the last of three such sites established in the Winterbournes (of the other two one has been returned to farmland and the other is now the site of Winterbourne Earls School).  It is also now the only such site along the Bourne Valley between Laverstock/Salisbury and Amesbury.

We would be delighted to hear from any gardeners (or aspiring gardeners) who would like to try their hand at allotment gardening. Please contact the allotment manager Roy Judd.  For more information select the tag “allotment”.

Footpaths

Winterbourne Parish has an extensive network of footpaths. For further details and to view a map click Footpaths

 

 

 

 

Glebe Lands

Winterbourne Parish Council is responsible for use of the Glebe Field and the grass area adjacent to the Glebe Hall (together referred to as the Glebe Lands) at Vicarage Lane, Winterbourne Earls.  The lands are leased by the Parish Council from Salisbury Diocese and are maintained as open (green) space for the benefit of the parish. The Glebe Lands are open to all residents of the parish as general recreation areas.  Conditions that apply to the use of these areas are set out here: Glebe Policy

 Pubs

There are two pubs in the parish, both of which serve a wide range of food and drink. Please follow the links to check for opening times.

Pub | The Black Horse Hurdcott | Salisbury

The Winterbourne Arms – your local pub in, Salisbury (winterbournearmssalisburypub.co.uk)

Winterbourne Earls Church of England Primary School

For the latest information on the Winterbourne School, click here.

Home | Winterbourne Earls Primary School

 

 

 

 

 

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