Stonesfield boast a village shop with Post Office, hairdressers and a local garage.

There are two churches in Stonesfield: St. James the Great and the Methodist chapel and other places of worship nearby.

Records show there were up to seven pubs in Stonesfield. In May 2020 the last pub, The White Horse, also shut when the tenant left. A Community Group is now working hard to ensure this is just a temporary closure.

There is a library attached to the Village Hall, run partly by volunteers – the Friends of Stonesfield Library (FOSL).

There are numerous clubs, drama, gardening and other, in Stonesfield. Additionally the village has a number of charities and other services. Details of some of these can be found here.

 

There is Stonefield Primary School and a pre-school in the village. Various secondary schools and colleges are also nearby.

The Village Hall offer space for clubs and societies to use for their activities. It is also where the Parish Council meetings are held.

The Sports and Social Club is a place to meet and it holds a number of events each year. It is also the home of the Stonesfield Strikers (football) and Stonesfield Cricket Club.

The St James’ Centre, formerly the village school, belongs to St James’ Church, and is available for hire. It’s used for meetings, workshops, adult education classes, exhibitions, fundraising events, family gatherings and children’s parties.

Neighbourhood Watch is about looking out for each other, especially the elderly and more vulnerable members of our community.

The Slate is published monthly. It is delivered free to all Stonesfield residents and is also available at the village shop. Click here to download latest copy.

Nextdoor is another way to stay informed about what’s going on in Stonesfield.

Stonesfield on Facebook also offers more local information.

For more information on local businesses, charities or clubs etc see the information
provided in The Stonesfield Slate