East Worlington Parish Hall lies with a local environment consisting of rural farmland and small hamlets with many buildings over 200 years old. This section of the web site collects together information about the natural and built environment.
Our Built Environment refers to the dwellings and other man-made structures that provide the setting for human activity. In the parish of East Worlington there are 36 buildings and structures that are Listed, 32 being Grade II listed, 3 being Grade II* Listed and one (St Mary’s Church West Worlington) that is Grade 1 Listed. The listings included dwellings, farm buildings, churches, Affeton Castle, a war memorial and a bridge.
Our Natural Environment is about all living things and non-living things occurring naturally. This includes the interaction of all living species, climate, weather, and natural resources that affect human survival and economic activity. East Worlington has a rich natural environment of fauna and flora and land conditions that have shaped human activity in the area including resources from bluebell woods, water meadows, to natural culm land.