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If you are local to the village, you need to register with this web site to see all the village related content.

Once you are registered, you will be able to :

  • Log into the site and participate fully, including providing feedback to us.
  • Obtain a full contacts list for the village
  • See agendas and minutes of parish council, village hall and other committee meetings
  • Provide a draft news item for review
    (via e-mail to one of the site managers)
  • Provide information on a forthcoming event into the village calendar
  • Provide a web link for a another Internet site

All content submitted is verified by one of the sites content manager before it is made visible to the appropriate audience.

We will not normally send you an e-mail and we will never release your e-mail address to other parties, but we may occasionally send a brief message if something really important has to be communicated. Examples would be major changes being planned by EHDC, HCC or larger planning applications that affect the village.

Once you have registered with the site, you must log in. You can do this from the login box under the the main menu. After you are logged in, your name will appear on the login box and the additional content and menus will appear.

If you experience problems registering or logging in, please contact the webmaster (on the contacts page)

Please note, if you are not local to the Village, there will be nothing of interest to you that you can't already see as an unregistered person. This separation is made to ensure that the web site provides information appropriate to visitors and the inner workings of the village is only visible to those who it directly affects.

Any registration made by a person outside of the village or with no links to the village, will, unless otherwise agreed have their account automatically rejected. Don't forget, in a small village we know who our neighbours are !


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Upcoming Events

  • Estate Rambles - Chawton House Library
    May 07, 2017 (08:30 - 10:00)

    Explore the Chawton House Library estate in the company of our Garden Manager, Andrew Bentley. Find out more about the fascinating history of the grounds, including the ‘wilderness’, the ‘ha-ha’ and the additions made by Jane Austen’s brother, Edward...

  • Chawton WI - AGM and social evening
    May 10, 2017 (19:30 - 21:30)

    Chawton WI's AGM and social evening is being held at Chawton Village Hall.

  • Evening Talk: What is a Literary Coterie and Why Does It Matter?
    May 18, 2017 (18:30 - 20:30)

    Join us at Chawton House Library for an evening talk by Professor Betty Schallenberg.

    It has often been assumed that manuscript-circulating coterie groups disappeared under the tidal wave of print materials that flooded eighteenth-century Britain. In...

  • Garden Tour - Chawton House Library
    May 21, 2017 (14:00 - 15:00)

    Join Garden Manager Andrew Bentley for a guided tour of the gardens. This will include a detailed history of the grounds, including distinctive period features, such as the ‘wilderness’ and ‘ha-ha’, along with the Walled Kitchen Garden built by Jane...

  • Chawton House Library NGS open garden
    May 28, 2017 (All Day)

    Chawton House Library has recently joined the National Gardens Scheme (NGS) and will be part of the NGS Festival Weekend & 90th anniversary. This inspiring programme organises the opening of outstanding gardens around the country to raise funds for...

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