Clanfield is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 2.4 miles (3.8 km) north of Horndean, just west of the A3 road. The surrounding villages are Horndean, Catherington, Hinton Daubney, Chalton, East Meon, and Hambledon. It is in the very south of the district of East Hampshire. It has a semi-rural character with 3 sides of the village being adjoined by fields including Queen Elizabeth Country Park. There are two schools. Petersgate Infant in Clanfield and Clanfield Junior School in old Clanfield. Clanfield is twinned with Val d'Oison, France

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  • Clanfield is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 2.4 miles (3.8 km) north of Horndean, just west of the A3 road. The surrounding villages are Horndean, Catherington, Hinton Daubney, Chalton, East Meon, and Hambledon. It is in the very south of the district of East Hampshire. It has a semi-rural character with 3 sides of the village being adjoined by fields including Queen Elizabeth Country Park. It is situated about 12 miles north of Portsmouth and six miles south of Petersfield and sits to the west of the main A3 road, just north of where the A3(M) (Motorway) ends. It is in the far east of the county of Hampshire. Clanfield is overlooked from the other side of the A3 road by Windmill Hill and Chalton Windmill which stands at 193 metres above sea level. Many references in Clanfield feature the windmill, such as Windmill Garage. The population of Clanfield is c. 4,854 (estimated 2011), however property development and new homes since the 2011 census means that this is expected to have increased. Clanfield consists of two parts, "Old" Clanfield and "New" Clanfield. Old Clanfield has been around for roughly 250 years and New Clanfield about 60 years. Clanfield is a popular area for walkers, with Queen Elizabeth Country Park being next to the village. The old village also has a recently restored pond, a thatched village well, and the church of St. James. There are two schools. Petersgate Infant in Clanfield and Clanfield Junior School in old Clanfield. Clanfield is twinned with Val d'Oison, France (en)
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  • Clanfield is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 2.4 miles (3.8 km) north of Horndean, just west of the A3 road. The surrounding villages are Horndean, Catherington, Hinton Daubney, Chalton, East Meon, and Hambledon. It is in the very south of the district of East Hampshire. It has a semi-rural character with 3 sides of the village being adjoined by fields including Queen Elizabeth Country Park. There are two schools. Petersgate Infant in Clanfield and Clanfield Junior School in old Clanfield. Clanfield is twinned with Val d'Oison, France (en)
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