Sports & Leisure

Owslebury Village Green

Greens and Parks

The Village Green (just by by Longwood Road/Baybridge Lane) is open at all times to the public and is a lovely place for a stroll or to watch a game of football or cricket held by the Owslebury Sports Clubs. Events  can be help on the Green for not-for-profit groups and organisations with the permission …

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Moviola

Owslebury Moviola We now have the programme for our showing of films for the next 2 months (November 2019) at Owslebury Parish Hall. They are:   Rocket Man: Thursday October 17th 2019@ 7pm Late Night: Thursday November 14th 2019 @7pm   All films will begin at 7.30 pm with the doors opening at 7. Ticket price: £7.

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MArwell Activity Centre

Nearby attractions

Please note the links below are to commercial websites.   The famous Marwell Wildlife Park is based in the parish  It is home to over 1200 animals of 235 different species and the park covers some 140 acres. Marwell (which is a charity) also works for international conservation, with a particular focus in Africa. The park is …

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Parish Clubs and Groups

Arts Club: The ever popular Arts Club meets most weeks at the Parish Hall, The Club explores different art techniques and invites artists to give advice and comment.  Space is limited but if you would like further information please complete the Contact Form and your details will be passed to the Club organisers. Book Clubs: For those …

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Senior Citizens Club

The Owslebury Senior Citizen Club was set up in 2008 with the help of Age UK. It’s purpose is to provide support and friendship for our seniors particularly because we live in a rural village with infrequent transport. Age Concern mid Hants took over the support until 2018 and since then we are supported by …

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The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn Owslebury,welcome to our Village pub, The Ship is a quiet traditional country pub tucked away at the end of the picturesque Hampshire village of Owslebury near Winchester. Alongside our church “Saint Andrews” this pub is the hub for our village. The ship inn is the last surviving pub in Owslebury and the …

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