The village has approximately 82 dwellings with an eclectic mix of designs from thatched cottages to modern oak framed houses filled with great people making our community a very special place.
Lasham is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 3.4 miles northwest of Alton, east of the A339 road between Basingstoke and Alton
Lasham Gliding Society is now one of the largest gliding clubs in the world. Over 220 gliders are based at the airfield. The airfield is in constant use throughout the year and regularly hosts national championships.
Nestled within Jane Austen County the charming village of Lasham is the high point and sits serenely next to the famous Lasham Gliding Club airfield.
Coordinates: 51°10′36″N 1°02′01″W / 51.17677°N 1.033553°W / 51.17677 ; -1.033553
The centre of the village retains much of its original character, with thatched cottages and other traditional village buildings. Many houses in the village have been modernised and extended. Examples include the Old Post Office near the church, and Pear Tree Cottage, which used to be the home of the blacksmith. In the grounds of Pear Tree Cottage stands an 18th-century building that housed a forge and the blacksmith's shop
The Royal Navy used the village name for a Ham class minesweeper, HMS Lasham which was operational from 1954 to 1981.