Mattingley is a small settlement north of Hook, Hampshire. The church which originated from the 14th Century is a Grade I listed timber framed church. In between the timbers, there is a brick nogging (in a herringbone design) using bricks which were made locally on Hazelly Heath.
Mattingley church is usually open from 10am until 4pm, however, church opening is managed by volunteers and subject to change at short notice. If you are making a special visit to the church, please check with the Benefice office. Mattingley church is one of the 4 churches in the Benefice, the Church office is at St John's in Hook and is open weekday mornings from 9:30-12 noon. Please view Safeguarding for details of our safeguarding policies and contacts. If you are visiting Mattingley church for the first time, please check out our Accessibility page.
Where to find Mattingley Church
|The Church is at the end of a short cul-de-sac with parking along the right hand side.