Welcome to the Netheravon Parish Council website
Netheravon lies on the eastern side of Salisbury Plain mid-way between Upavon and Amesbury. Netheravon is mentioned in the Domesday Book, but all of the original settlement has disappeared apart from the Church of All Saints, part of which dates back to Saxon times.
Netheravon is a very vibrant village which has a Primary School, a local shop, a Post Office, a Pub, a Library, a Hairdressers, a Brewery, a Working Men’s Club and a Garage. The population was approximately 1061 in the 2011 census.
There are many community activities which take place and are mainly organised by the Church, the Jubilee Committee and the Phoenix Hall. The Phoenix Hall is a Village Hall which is jointly owned by Netheravon and the neighbouring Parish of Fittleton. Many events take place during the year including: The Church Fete, Pedal Car Race and Race Night.
The Parish Council has ten members and is a very active Council whose responsibilities include: The Cemetery, The Millennium Park, BMX Track, Court Farm Play Park.
Netheravon & Fittleton Parish Councils
Advice for Parishioners Regarding Coronavirus
Please read this leaflet, as it contains important information regarding how the Parish Council will support those affected by novel coronavirus 19 (COVID-19).
For specific medical advice, call 111.
For emergencies, call 999.