Welcome to Sheepscombe


Not just a pretty place...

Sheepscombe is set in a beautiful valley near Painswick and comprises several hamlets: Jack's Green, Longridge, Cockshoot and Sheepscombe itself. Renowned for it's unique cricket pitch, it has a church, a school, a pub and a lovely village hall, where a wide variety of social events are focussed. And a History Society with photos and family history. Click on any link to find out more.

The surrounding woodland and countryside provides wonderful walking opportunities through this area of outstanding natural beauty. This website is a resource for residents and visitors. If you have taken any photos around Sheepscombe that you would like to share in our photo gallery, please use the contact form for details.

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Please note: Sheepscombites are invited to contact me (via contact page) with anything you would like to see featured here, or with any corrections or updates to the information provided.

Latest News:
Indian Cookery Demonstration and meal Wednesday 29 October in Hall

'Pacific Curls' (Air in G) Saturday 1 November at Hall. Vocals in Te Reo Maori, Rotuman and English and Instuments Tickets £15 [children £5] to include supper. Celia 814306

Sheepscombe History Society AGM & two talks. Wednesday 5 November 7.30 VHall. 'Lord Carlingford's brush with the White Death in Sheepscombe' and 'Sir Alexander Ball: Sheepscombe's Admiral'. Admission £2

Fireworks & BBQ Saturday 8 November at Village Hall. BBQ and mulled wine from 6.30pm (FOSS team). Fireworks display 7.30. £5 adult, children free