The parish comprises the two distinct villages of Farley and Pitton (approximately a mile and a half apart) and their surrounding countryside, five miles to the east of Salisbury. According to the 2001 Census, the size of the parish is 1073 hectares, or 2650 acres, with only 754 residents. There are 185 households in Pitton and its surrounds, and 140 in Farley. The total population fluctuates around 750. English Heritage has listed 28 buildings, a number that demonstrates the rich cultural history that the parish has enjoyed.

History
The parish comprises the two distinct villages of Farley and Pitton (approximately a mile and a half apart) and their surrounding countryside, five miles to the east of Salisbury. According to the 2001 Census, the size of the parish is 1073...
Parish Council
The Parish Council plays a lively role in the community, discussing and debating the issues of the day in bi-monthly public meetings.
Location
The parish comprises the two distinct villages of Farley and Pitton five miles to the east of Salisbury.
Community Grant Scheme
Funding of up to £5,000 is available to help provide facilities, equipment and activities that are important to the local community.
S.Wiltshire Area Board
The Area Board is a formally constituted arm of Wiltshire Council, and has delegated authority assigned to it to act as a local executive arm of Wiltshire Council.
Wilts Council LDF
The Local Development Framework (LDF) is the name given to the overall folder of local development documents (LDDs). Together the LDDs provide the Local Planning Authority's land use and spatial policies for the area.