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Situated on the  River Test  and surrounded by picturesque rolling countryside, Whitchurch is Hampshire’s smallest town. Early settlements here date from around 400BC, and there is also evidence of a Roman presence with archaeological excavations unearthing ancient tools and pottery. The town has had a church since the 9th century with the present All Hallows building dating from the 1200s.

Much of this charming town is a conservation area and contains many listed and notable buildings. The river has had a significant role in the town’s history, and led to some of its earliest industries with five Mills being built in the area for silk, grain, wool and paper production. Bere Mill was built by the Portals family in the 18th Century and went on to supply paper to the Bank of England. Near the centre of the town is Britain’s only working  Silk Mill, which welcomes visitors. The building dates from 1815 and started producing silk soon afterwards.

There is an attractive waymarked walk known as  The Mill Trail along the River Test which passes five historic mills, including the Silk Mill. River crossings allow short cuts to create walks of 2, 3.5 or 4.5 miles.

The  North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is only a short distance North West of the town. This beautiful countryside is home to Watership Down, immortalised in the famous book of the same name. In fact, the author of Watership Down, Richard Adams, lives in Whitchurch.

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  1. Bombay Sapphire



    Price £15.00 to £30.00 Per Ticket
  2. Dever Springs

    nr Winchester


    Price £39.00 to £65.00 Per Ticket
  3. Finkley Down Farm Park



    Price £7.95 to £31.00 Per Ticket
  4. The Grange at Northington



  5. Whitchurch Silk Mill



    Price £10.00 Per Ticket