Welcome to the Littleton & Harestock Website
The parish of
Littleton and Harestock is located near
Winchester in the beautiful Hampshire
This website serves
the local community and provides information on
local activities and the workings of the Parish
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for more information.
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STROKE SUPPORT GROUP
(WINCHESTER AND DISTRICT)
are looking for new members to join our
friendly group, which meets on a Monday
afternoon at Winnall Community Centre.
We offer support to those who
have had a stroke, and various
activities, including art, music,
exercise, computer, visiting speakers -
and of course a cup of tea!
We also arrange outings
and a Christmas lunch.
If you would like to come and try us
out, please contact Elsie White on 01962
855609 or Jenny Davidson on 01962
Registered Charity No. 1145922
Affiliated to the Stroke Association
2016 will see the closure of
this site after nearly 20 years
A new site will be launched
later this year to continue to
serve the people of Littleton &
Drainage Works on Andover Road
Andover Road North between the
Barracks and 3 Maids Hill will
be closed on 4 consecutive
Sundays starting 24/01/2016. For
full details click
Snowdrops are out in
If you have
a picture that you'd like to see
featured on this page
it to the
Hampshire fire and rescue
service are now publishing a monthly fire safety
here to view.
Regular blood doning sessions in the Littleton
Here for details
Garden Club Members click
here to view your page
Village Design Statement
The Littleton Village
Design Statement 2009 has now been adopted by Winchester City
Council as a Supplementary Planning Document. To read the
latest news click
You may also view the
latest version of the VDS in pdf format (12MB file) by clicking
If your computer cannot
display this format you may download a free pdf viewer by
We are looking for Volunteers in your Community
Could you be a ‘Befriender’?
What will I be doing?
As a Volunteer Befriender your role
will be to provide social companionship to patients who
have a chronic or life limiting illness and who are
isolated or lonely. Visiting patients in their own
homes, you will help them to feel more supported and
help to improve their emotional well-being and
How much time do I need to commit?
Just 2-hours a week, or less, can
make a real difference to a patient living in your local
What support will I be given?
All relevant training will be given,
as well as regular and on-going support and supervision.
For further information contact
Caroline Nash or Sue Horton, Befriending Coordinators
on: 01264 835293
Interested volunteers will be
invited to an informal interview and the role is subject
to references, simple health checks and DBS clearance.