Samiksha Jaiswal

West Liss

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OS grid reference  SU7756827319
Country  England
Post town  LISS
Shire county  Hampshire
Postcode district  GU33
Civil parish  Liss
Region  South East
Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Police  Hampshire
District  East Hampshire
Dialling code  01730
UK parliament constituency  East Hampshire
West Liss

West Liss is the oldest part of the modern village of Liss, in Hampshire, England. It has two pubs, called The Spread Eagle and The Blue Bell, although the Blue Bell is currently shut and expected to be converted into housing or torn down and new buildings put in its place.

Map of West Liss, Liss, UK

The Liss Cricket Club is also based in West Liss. It has a picturesque ground with a quirky fixture of a short boundary due to a large over-hanging oak tree. St Mary's Church stands in West Liss and was designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield and consecrated 1892.

References

West Liss Wikipedia


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