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Sign on public toilets, New Alresford, Hampshire, UK

Sign on public toilets, New Alresford, Hampshire, UK

Sign on Fulling Mill, New Alresford, Hampshire, UK.

Sign on Fulling Mill, New Alresford, Hampshire, UK.

St Michael and All Angels Weyhill Hampshire. A special service used to be held before the Medieval Weyhill Fair commenced it's sale of sheep, cheese, hops, horses and cattle.

St Michael and All Angels Weyhill Hampshire. A special service used to be held before the Medieval Weyhill Fair commenced it's sale of sheep, cheese, hops, horses and cattle.

The Winchester New Minster Liber Vitae, showing King Cnut and his wife Queen Emma presenting a cross to New Minster.

The Impact of the Vikings on Churches in Wessex - Hampshire History

A Hampshire-based charity has been given £1.1m to research the UK's 1,000-plus forgotten World War One shipwrecks.  The Maritime Archaeology Trust said it will use the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) money to improve the knowledge of archaeologically significant sites.

£1.1m to research WW1 shipwrecks

A Hampshire-based charity has been given to research the UK's forgotten world war 1 shipwrecks. The Maritime Archaeology Trust said it will use the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) money to improve the knowledge of archaeologically significant sites.

All that remains of the booths of Weyhill Fair possibly one of the oldest fairs in England. It was well established by the C13th. Weyhill sits on the confluence of many ancient trackways and trading routes including the Portway and the Harrow Way. Weyhill Hampshire History.

Weyhill fair was one of the oldest and certainly the largest of the Medieval fairs, attracting people from all over the country to sell sheep, cattle, hops

Dr Tony Shaw: Fanny Adams in Alton, Hampshire

Dr Tony Shaw: Fanny Adams in Alton, Hampshire

Church of St Mary the Less, Chilbolton Hampshire

The Chilbolton Wafers - Hampshire History

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