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Ham is close to the eastern Wiltshire border adjoining Berkshire and Hampshire. It is about 4 miles from the nearest town of Hungerford which connects to the M4 at Junction 14.

The parish of Ham is set in a lovely Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty beneath Ham Hill, part of the North Wessex Downs.

Ham has a church, village hall and a pub, and is surrounded by two farms:
Dove’s Farm, an organic farm, and The Ham Estate belonging to Three Counties Farms Ltd.
  Most people live full time in the village and the current population of Ham is approximately 180 with 82 households.

The nearest state primary school, post office and shop are in Shalbourne, while the state secondary schools are in Hungerford and Marlborough.

The nearest mainline stations are Hungerford and Great Bedwyn on the London Paddington/Penzance line. Andover is accessible for the London Waterloo/Exeter line.

Entering SN8 3RB on Google maps or sat navs will bring you to Ham Village Green.

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