Kimpton is a lively village with a welcoming and inclusive community. Kimpton is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is pleasantly situated in an area of rural farmland with boundaries totalling some 14 miles. The village lies along the valley of a dried-up river bed and is about a mile long. The Parish Church is a fine Grade 1 listed building on Norman foundations with an open eastern aspect towards undulating farmland. Within the Church itself you will find a warm welcome. There are free refreshments available in the form of tea, coffee, squash and biscuits so why not come and sit awhile and enjoy this special place.