The parish of Liss consists of 3,567 acres of semi-rural countryside, and is one of the largest in East Hampshire. Liss is one of the gateways to the South Downs National Park, and with a small shopping area, infants and junior schools, doctor’s and dentist’s surgeries, 3 pubs and several restaurants, Liss is an attractive place to live.
Liss has good transport links with the A3 close by and a mainline rail service to London Waterloo and Portsmouth.
The Parish Council is responsible for the maintenance of the Village Hall, the Liss Pavilion, the Newman Collard recreation ground, West Liss recreation ground, Liss Forest recreation ground, numerous allotments and a section of the Riverside Railway Walk, now part of the Shipwrights Way running from Alice Holt to Portsmouth.
On our website you will find details of all of the Parish Council’s activities, including minutes of all of our meetings, latest news, links for booking the Village Hall or Pavilion and details of who to go to for services which do not fall under Liss Parish Council's remit.
Cllr Roger Hargreaves