The nearest railway station is 2.7 miles (4.4km) southeast of the village, at Liss. The village is home to the Holy Rood church which dates to the 13th century. Later additions include a Victorian bell-turret.
To the west the land rises steeply in a scarp formation known as the East Hampshire Hangars. Goleigh Hill (220 m) and Noar Hill (214 m) are two of the highest points in the county and in the Hampshire Downs.
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