This settlement lying to the east of the Parish is bound to the north by the Tirle Brook and a curtain of poplar trees and to the south by the flat and low lying agricultural land distinctive of Ashchurch Rural Parish. Similar in many ways to Aston on Carrant, Pamington has a mixture of housing with new houses generally being built in a sympathetic manner to the existing character within the settlement. Pamington does include a small and self-contained group of bungalows. Although this is not in line with the parish character as a whole it does provide essential single-story housing which cannot be found elsewhere in the Parish. Although the settlement sits closely parallel to the A46, the noise, traffic and light pollution is kept at bay due to the curtain of trees and allows Pamington to maintain and preserve its peaceful atmosphere.
Movement through Pamington is via an, 'access only' lane connected to the A46 at its westen end and the B4079 at the east. As with Aston on Carrant, Pamington is immaculately kept, with well-maintained and mature gardens, sloping down onto the road.
There is an active Residents Association.