Mengham is the largest settlement on Hayling Island in Hampshire, England. It is the largest shopping area on the Island, and has three schools and a Library. There is an old Church, St.
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Petersfield is a market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 17 miles (27 km) north of Portsmouth, via the A3 road. The town has its own railway station on the Portsmouth Direct Line, the mainline rail link connecting Portsmouth and London. Situated on the northern slopes of the South Downs, Petersfield lies wholly within the South Downs National Park.
Latitude: 51° 00' 17.82" N
Longitude: 0° 56' 1.50" E
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Massey's Folly was built by Thomas Hacket Massey who served as rector in Farringdon village in Hampshire for 62 years. The folly took thirty years to build. The reason the construction was so protracted was that the folly was entirely built by Masse…
Liss Athletic F.C. is a semi-professional football club based in Liss, near Petersfield, in England.The club is affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association and is an FA chartered Standard club The club are currently members of the Hampshire Pre…
Langstone Windmill is a Grade II listed tower mill at Langstone, Hampshire in England. The windmill is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Langston was a small station on the Hayling Island branch. The station along with the rest of the line closed in 1963, and it served the Langstone area of Havant, a former village which had become contiguous with the larger town to its north.
Kingston is a residential area of the city of Portsmouth in the English county of Hampshire, located between Buckland, Fratton and North End.
The Church of the Holy Trinity, Privett, is a redundant Anglican church in the parish of Froxfield, Hampshire.
Haste Hill is a hill near Haslemere, Surrey in England which was probably the original settlement of the town of Haslemere.
Goodwood Cricket Club is a Sunday village cricket team that play during the summer in the grounds of Goodwood Park, near Chichester. The ground overlooks Goodwood House and is owned by the Duke of Richmond and Gordon.
Farringdon Halt was an intermediate station on the Meon Valley line which ran from Alton to Fareham during the 20th century. A goods yard for loading agricultural produce was already sited there, and in 1930 a short wooden platform of one coach-leng…
Elsted railway station served the village of Elsted in the county of West Sussex in England. However like most country stations the village itself was a mile away to the north.
Easebourne Priory was a priory in Easebourne, West Sussex, England.
Droxford railway station was an intermediate station on the Meon Valley line which ran from Alton to Fareham in the UK during the first half of the 20th century. Opened on 1 June 1903, Churchill and Eisenhower put the finishing touches to the D Day …
Chalton Windmill is a Grade II listed tower mill on the top of Windmill Hill at Chalton, Hampshire, England which has been converted to residential use.
The Candover Brook is a 1.2 km chalk stream in the English county of Hampshire. It is a tributary of the River Itchen, which it joins near the town of New Alresford.
Beacon Hill, Warnford, Hampshire is a chalk hill in the South Downs on the boundary of the parishes of Warnford and Exton. Part of the hill is a national nature reserve and 44.8 hectares (111 acres) biological SSSI, first notified in 1979.
Baffins is an administrative district of Portsmouth, England, located on the eastern side of Portsea Island.
Baddesley Preceptory was a preceptory of the Knights Hospitaller at North Baddesley in Hampshire, England.