The Green is the jewel in the village’s crown, However, It is a Village Green and not Common Land. Whilst Village Greens are governed under the Commons Act there are differences. On Common land any-one usually has the right to roam on it. On a Village Green there is no right to roam however, it is only residents which have the ‘right’ to use the Village Green
Since the early 1970s, when the village gained management rights, the Green has developed and been carefully maintained for the benefit of residents and visitors alike. Many enjoy strolling through the open spaces, or feeding the ducks at the ponds by the southern entrance to the village.
For the more energetic, it boasts a cricket green, football pitches (for adult and junior clubs) two tennis courts, a BMX track and a fenced playground area. To the east of the Green is a large allotment area, again giving pleasure (and hopefully plenty of produce) to many.
Village Green Byelaws - download
Village Green Map - download
Village Green Volunteers
Can you spare a few hours occasionally doing something positive for our village? Although contractors do a lot of work on maintenance of Sherfield Village Green, volunteers can still play a useful role.
We aim to meet up as and when required and would welcome new recruits!! If you can, do come along on and join us - contact Bruce Batting on 01256 882605
ARC Natural England Organisational Licence 2016-2020-Cllr Darker
Jubilee Pond Report
Sherfield Green Survey 2017
Hants and IOW Wildlife Trust Report
Notice of Intenet
Plans- Middle Green
Childrens Tree Trail
The Parish Council has composed a Children’s Tree Trail, a Fauna Trail and a Butterfly Trail as an introduction to some of the trees and wildlife found in different areas of the Green. You are invited to follow the map and identify Trees and Wlidlife. A winter and summer picture are included for each item
Children's Tree Trail Map- download
Childrens's Fauna Trail Map - download
Children's Butterfly Trail Map - download