Recorded in Domesday Book
under a variety of names including Cheldreton,
Cheldrington and Choldrington, Cholderton is
small village about 10 miles north of
Salisbury with a population of approximately
Cholderton Church built on the site of the original church (dated approx. 1175) between 1841 and 1850, started by the Reverend Thomas Mozeley, who arrived in Cholderton as Rector in 1836.
Cholderton House was built in 1690 from flint with red brick dressings, with later additions and alterations made during the 19th and 20th centuries.
At the heart of the village you will find the public house -The Crown.