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Events in Hampshire during July bring summer fun and lots to do. The thoughts are on holidays or a short break maybe. Why not combine a short break and an event that interests you and your family.
Hedge End Carnival on 1st July 2017. It has been going since 1921.
South Downs Way. Winchester to Beachy Head! 8th July 2017. 100 miles or 100 km. 90% off road. When there downs there are ups and this cycling event has its share.
Wiggle Magnificat Venue: Newbury Showground, Priors Court,
Hermitage, Thatcham on Sunday 9th July 2017.
Waterside Summer Arts Festival will be held in Hythe in the New Forest 13th to 16th July 2017.
Festival of Archaeology 15th to 30th July 2017. Over 1000 events held all over this country that is so rich in prehistory. There are many events being held all over the country.
Curdridge Country Show This is the 60th show to be held on 15th July 2017.
Fordingbridge Summer Festival is being held on 15th July 2017. Very much a family event.
Farnborough Air Show will be held on 16th to 22nd July 2018. A once every two year show this is one of the leading air shows in the world. The first five days are trade days but Saturday and Sunday the show is open to the public.
Andover Carnival will be held on 16th July 2017.
Mega Meon Sportive 23rd July 2017. Starting at South Downs College, College Road,
Waterlooville. Another lovely ride through the enchanting Meon Valley.
The New Forest and Hampshire County Show will be held on 25th, to 27th July 2017 at The Showground, New Park, Brockenhurst. A very pretty venue. Great family day out. Free car parking. This show has been held for over ninety years.
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Hythe is on coast of The Solent. Great place to view the busy
waterway. Popular sailing place too. Close to The New Forest. Bit
expensive to live there perhaps!
Winchester is smiling during this delightful event!! As they say "the Art of the Unexpected!" Great fun. An ancient city in playful mode!
Hedge End is a small town a bit to the east of Southampton. It has developed over hundreds of years. Nowadays close to the M27 motorway it is a thriving community.
Alton Famous for its delicious watercress and the Watercress Train Line! Jane Austen lived at Chawton which is not far away. Popular town with residents and tourists!
Hythe is on coast of The Solent. Great place to view the busy waterway. Popular sailing place too. Close to The New Forest. Bit expensive to live there perhaps!
Queen Elizabeth Country Park is a really beautiful big park that includes Butser Hill. Venue for many events and a lovely place to visit anyway. It is close to Petersfield and the A3.
Farnborough home of the famous Air Show of course and also of the Air Investigations Branch. The Abbey is the burial place of Napoleon III. The local authority are modernising the town over a period of years.
Hillier Gardens is on the edge of attractive Romsey in the Test Valley. It has a popular garden centre so if you are interested in plants a visit there would be interesting.
Curdridge is south of Winchester and only a few miles from Southampton. This close to The Solent accommodation could be found in the locality for touring the area.
Fordingbridge is on the River Avon and close to the county boundary in the New Forest. With its name it is obvious that this was an ancient crossing place for the river. The first bridge is recorded in c1252. As The Avon Path passes through the town it is well known to hikers.
Waterlooville is a fast developing town not far from Portsmouth. It is one of several small places close to that city.
Brockenhurst This is a lovely area in The New Forest. Think about it, trees, streams, ponies and deer all close to this large village. No wonder everybody everywhere makes for the Showgrounds in July!
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There are some delightful cottages around the county. Probably one near where you would love to stay.
Want a cute car? Large car? Small car? Whatever you need you will find it here. You will probably find your favourite car hire firm here and Car Rentals do not add a penny to their price for looking all over for you!
Why not travel by Coach
If you do decide the leave the car at home and help the environment too, why not go National Express. They run coaches all over the country. Some pretty good fares too.
Just imagine - sit back and relax, no hassling with the traffic!!!
Do you know that you can book on your mobile phone and they will send the ticket as a text!!!!
Virgin Trains is an excellent main line railway.