The Parish church is St Stephen's of Dorset. The church in its current form dates from 1907. It was created by the funds of the Bankes Family of Dorset as the village of Pamphill was in their estate at this time.
Pamphill First School
First built in 1695, the school was only the central part of the building, meaning a very low capacity, with adjoining almshouses on either side. It was built through the will of Roger Gillingham of the Middle Temple, who left property in Bedfordshire, Hackney and Stepney to trustees, in assurance that they would raise £400 for a close next to Pamphill Green. It has continued over the years with the almhouses becoming classrooms and, closer to now, building work to make more room. An inscription on the outside of the school reads:
To God & ye poor
The pious & charitable gift of
of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.
This free writing school & ye almshouse adjoining
Were built by ALDRICH SWAN clerk & Rector
of Kington Magna in this county & one of the
Ministers of the parish & Pursuant to the Gift
of Trust of the said Roger Gillingham
Ao Doi 1698
The Vine Inn
The Vine Inn is a public house at Vine Hill, that is on the Campaign for Real Ale's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. It was a bakery until about 1900, when it was refitted as a pub. It is owned by the National Trust.
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