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St Peter's on the Green, Froxfield Green

St Peter's on the Green, Froxfield Green, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 1DH View on map

A tiny church which seats 80 worshippers. Built in 1884 by Arthur Blomfield; funded by William Nicholson of Pruett. Built originally as a mortuary chapel. The church replaced a 13thC Saxon church, and is surrounded by the original churchyard which is grazed by sheep. It has a bellcote and two ancient yews in the churchyard. Situated in an attractive conservation area.


Opening Arrangements

Access Every Day from Dawn 'til Dusk


From the A272 follow signs for Froxfield Green at the top of Bordean Hill (right turn at the top of the hill after travelling through Langrish westbound). Follow the lane up hill until you come to Venthams Farm on your left. Continue past the red phone box and the Church is on your right. Rail: Petersfield station 5 miles. No bus service.

Parking Spaces


Parking around the green and street (not the main green itself.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes