Welcome to our website

Our Village Website

This website exists to provide useful and topical information relating to the village of Newton Toney in Wiltshire- also sometimes called Newton Tony - which is one of the last working rural communities in England, and one of the oldest.

Through its pages, the site provides information about the village and its institutions and groups. It also gives up-to-date facts and background about the Parish Council, the Memorial Hall Committee and various other village bodies and their respective members.

The site also provides a wide range of information about village events, and about group activities and meetings, including those held in connection with the Newton Toney Memorial Hall, the Horticultural Society, the Friends Of Newton Toney School (FONTS)and the Saint Andrew's Church Committee.
Latest Headlines and Events

The Annual Parish Meeting for Newton Toney Parish was held in the Newton Toney Memorial Hall, Newton Toney, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 0HF on Wednesday 8th May, 2024

The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on 10th July 2024.

Mobile Post Office now available at the village hall car park every Friday 2.10pm to 3.10pm.

Please see our details for a Parish Councillor vacancy here.

The latest Ground Water report is here.
Our Location

Newton Toney is nestled in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, close to the Hampshire border. This Google map can be expanded to a much larger image by clicking on 'View Larger Map'.
The parish has many beautiful walks. Here is a map showing the Rights of Way.

If you would like more information about Newton Toney, these websites present a fascinating profile of the village, its history and its place in the world!


We hope you like our new website! Please contact us if you have any thoughts or suggestions on content that should be added, updated or improved.