St Andrew’s church is situated at the south eastern end of Nether Wallop, a lovely Hampshire village with an interesting heritage. It occupies a peaceful and picturesque hill side position overlooking the Mill and the wallop brook, surrounded by the church garden and graveyard. There is a small car park which is accessed via Church Lane.
The church’s medieval wall murals attract visitors from all over the world. In May 2016 extensive restoration work was carried out to conserve the murals – and it was established that the finest paintings pre-date the Norman Conquest of 1066.