Promoting community values, economic well being and pride in church crookham


Welcome to Church Crookham
Parish Council

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Contact Us

Get in touch with Church Crookham Parish Council


Find out about our parish council meetings


Find out more about the Community centre and how to hire the halls


Find out more about Church Crookham’s allotments and how you can get involved


Find out more about our football facilities and hiring our pitch


Find out more about the projects we are currently involved with

Latest News

Next meetings:

Acorn Hall Monday 15th August 2022        7.30pm Planning committee Agenda

Acorn Hall Monday 12th September 2022  7.30pm Planning committee 

Acorn Hall Monday 26th September 2022  7.30pm Planning committee
8.00pm Full Council

View all Meeting Minutes and Agendas >>

Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the year ended 31 March 2022


Due to legislation changes face to face meetings are due being resumed from Monday 17th May 2021.

Members of the public are welcome to attend and in order to ensure that we can provide a COVID-secure environment please email if you would like to attend the meeting.

A bit about Church Crookham

Church Crookham is a safe, successful, prosperous, and friendly community. Church Crookham is a great place to live it is enclosed on almost every side by protected common lands, which neatly border the village on three sides and are available for walking and mountain biking. The one conjoined boundary is with Fleet, a town which offers just enough shopping to be useful but is not too busy.  Church Crookham came into existence with the founding of the Christ Church (Gally Hill Road) in 1840 – the Church from which Church Crookham is named.

Around and About Church Crookham

Allotments in Church Crookham

Tweseldown Pub in Church Crookham
MOD Land in Church Crookham

Church Crookham Park Land