Our Village


Aldbourne is surrounded by rolling chalk hills and is within easy reach of Hungerford, Marlborough and Swindon.  St. Michael’s Church which overlooks the village green dates back to the 11th century.

This attractive village with approximately 2000 residents has excellent facilities: an outstanding primary school, two excellent pubs, a post office with delicatessen and café, a small supermarket plus other small businesses (see the list of local businesses on this site).  

There are many clubs and groups within the community including ALEC, the local drama group, Aldbourne Scouts and Girl Guides – to see the full list of clubs and groups, click on the tab above.

Walkers, runners, horse riders and cyclists enjoy the many footpaths and byways which criss-cross the surrounding hills.

Aldbourne Website Group

Latest News

  • Parish Council Elections Update
    The statement of persons nominated for the parish council election has been released. With only 11 candidates standing, it means
  • Planning Minutes 16 March
    The draft planning minutes from the meeting held on Tuesday 16 March can now be viewed. They included full details
  • Parish Council Minutes
    The draft Minutes from the planning meeting held on 2 March and the full council meeting held on 3 March
  • Parish Council Elections
    All 15 seats on Aldbourne Parish Council are up for election on 6 May 2021. In order for an election