Thursley is a beautiful village in the Surrey Hills which you will find on the A3, about halfway between London and Portsmouth. The village dates back to Anglo Saxon times, and its name is believed to mean Thor’s field (Thor being the Norse god, and lea meaning field).

We have a fabulous church, which dates back to around 1100; a wonderful traditional pub, The Three Horseshoes, which serves great local, fresh food and real ales; an attractive and versatile village hall with large garden, available for private hire; a dynamic and keen cricket club, complete with brand new clubhouse; and best of all, we are surrounded by thousands of acres of stunning countryside, from our own Thursley National Nature Reserve to the Devil’s Punchbowl.

The village has a very active Horticultural Society, which organises three shows a year; a Children’s Society, which holds weekly youth and art club evenings and organises fun trips out, as well as hosting Thursley’s annual kids’ Christmas Party; and the History of Thursley Society gives fascinating talks throughout the year and has comprehensive archives of photos and information about the village.

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