Travel through the scenic countryside of the South Downs National Park in East Hampshire, and you will come to the ancient market town of Petersfield. The town has an important link with coaching, and its north-south/east-west routes were well used by travellers. One route in particular, which linked Portsmouth with London, is credited for helping […]
The annual Haslemere Fringe Festival offers the very best in alternative and popular music, arts and crafts, performance poetry, workshops and comedy clubs – energised entertainment to interest friends, family and people of all ages – see www.lionfest.co.uk for more details!
The Rural Life Centre is a museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960. It is set in over ten acres of garden and woodland and housed in purpose-built and reconstructed buildings including a 30 seater chapel, village hall, an 1883 cricket pavilion and 1909 corrugated iron schoolroom plus a 1947 […]
Ramster Garden and Tea house are open 1st April – 17th June 2012 daily 10am – 5pm Ramster is a beautiful mature woodland garden set in over 25 acres, it has lakes, ponds and a wonderful meandering woodland walk. The garden boasts an outstanding collection of fine Rhododendrons and Azaleas which are in bloom in […]
Our ancestors’ homes and the way they built them, their animals and the way they raised them, their crops and flowers and the way they grew them…at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum you’ll discover how the people of south east England lived and worked over the past 500 years. And it’s all set […]