Liss parish is a 'hidden village' in East Hampshire, located in the wooded valley of the Upper River Rother within the Western Weald it is key gateway village to the South Downs National Park. It is one of the largest villages in Hampshire with over 6,500 residents and 3,567 acres of semi-rural countryside. With good local amenities, including a thriving shopping area, infant and junior schools, doctor’s surgeries, dentist and a choice choice of pubs and restaurants, Liss is a fantastic place to live.
Liss is well connected and has good transport links situated just off the A3, some 22 miles from Portsmouth and 23 miles from Guildford, and has a mainline rail service with direct links to London Waterloo and Portsmouth.
Liss Parish Council is responsible for maintaining the Village Hall, West Liss Pavilion and Recreation Ground, Newman Collard Recreation Ground, Liss Forest Recreation Ground, 143 allotment plots over 6 sites around Liss and a section of the Riverside Railway Walk which is part of the Shipwrights Way that runs from Alice Holt to Portsmouth.
On this website you will find details of Liss Parish Council activities, including meeting agendas and minutes, latest news, links for booking the Village Hall, Pavilion or West Liss Recreation football pitch and details of who to go to for services which do not fall under Liss Parish Council's remit.
Cllr Roger Hargreaves