We hope that residents and visitors alike will enjoy browsing the pages of this site and be encouraged to take advantage of our amenities, as well as the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Vernham Dean is situated in the Bourne Valley in North-West Hampshire 25 minutes from Jct 13 of the M4 and 35 minutes from Jct 8 of the M3. The Bourne Valley is steep-sided in places and contains feeder streams for the famous River Test.
In 2012 the village won the Hampshire Village of the Year competition, sponsored by Fullers Brewery,
for the second time! Our submission for the competition can be found using the link below.
‘This aerial footage of the village shows the beautiful surrounding countryside with the pub at it’s heart. Try and spot your house!
Aerial footage courtesy of ECP Video
Vernham Dean’s history can be traced back to the Iron Ageand many buildings in the village date back to the C17th with Civil War connections. Click the link below for an interesting account of the local history.
The area around Vernham Dean abounds with wildlife all year round with approaching 100 bird species recorded as well as interesting flora and insect life. Several species of deer can be seen, and if you are lucky you may even come across families of polecats! Click the link below for a seasonal account of local wildlife.