Situated in the extreme east of Hampshire, adjoining both Surrey and West Sussex, the parish of Bramshott and Liphook includes Liphook itself and the hamlets of Bramshott, Conford, Griggs Green, Hammer Vale and Passfield.
Bramshott, originally the main settlement surrounding the Parish Church of St. Mary’s, has long been outgrown by nearby Liphook which, due to the coaching trade and the advent of the railway, became the parish centre.
This borderland of three counties, is renowned for its beautiful scenery of rich and varied woodlands and colourful heaths rising to nearly 700 feet above sea level at Bramshott. The River Wey flows through the Parish. Extensive areas in and around the Parish are in the ownership of the National Trust.