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Events in Hampshire, October, November and December herald the end of the year. Fireworks, Christmas and New Year's Eve. Now the trees are losing their leaves, harvest is in and we think of warm fires and cosy corners. Sometimes there is an Indian summer to warm our hearts ready for the darker months.There is still time to be out and about.
Footbridge on The Test Way in winter
Photograph © Bill Nicholls
Cool MTB Challenge will be held on 8th October 2023 at Charlton Sport and Leisure Centre.
Great South Run Portsmouth. The 10km run takes place on 20th October 2024. Thousands take part including some champions. The vast majority are fun runners.
Victorian Festival of Christmas 25th, 26th and 27th November 2023. All the magic of Christmas at this delightful
festival in the Royal Naval Dockyard, Portsmouth. A treat.
Enlightened at Staunton Farm, Havant. 8th December to 24th December 2023. " A magical outdoor light trail for all the family to enjoy this Christmas! ".
Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market. 17th November – 21st December 2023. One of the best in Europe!!
Oaks and beeches in the New Forest in winter
Photograph © Jim Champion
Brockenhurst features a lot in Events in Hampshire. Hardly surprising as this village nestles in The New Forest. The Forest does not lose its charm in winter, bare branches highlight the shape of the trees against the sky, the ponies and deer still run wild and the ground is dormant preparing itself for another Spring.
Beaulieu Palace is of course home of the famous Motor Museum and the Montagu family in the New Forest. The Palace House and Gardens are also open. Worth making a short break. There is so much in the area to see.
North Charford is just a little hamlet on the Wiltshire border and in the New Forest district. It is not far from Fordingbridge. North Charford Manor Farm is to the west of the hamlet.
The Test Way is a long distance footpath, 49 miles in total length. Starts in Walbury Hill in Berkshire and continues through many delightful villages till it gets to Eling Quay near Southampton.
Charlton is not far from Andover whose expansion has meant that there is no distance at all! Charlton Lakeside is very attractive. Very much a sporting place is Charlton.
Loddon Valley The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust have an interest in the valley with their Loddon and Eversley Heritage Area Project. Wildlife abounds in the valley.
Southampton is a famous port city on the Solent, home of liners and the Isle of Wight ferry! Great shopping area. Three rivers run into the Solent in the area, the River Test, the River Itchen and the River Hamble. Southampton has an airport near Eastleigh. The city is the home of The Saints Football Club.
Portsmouth Hampshire's other port city, but this time the ancient Royal Naval port. The Historic Dockyard holds the Victory, the Mary Rose and the Warrior plus. Gunwharf Quay is also there.The city is home to the Portsmouth Football Club.
Southsea is Portsmouth sister city and is the part with the beach. The Royal Marines Museum was in Eastney Road, Southsea near the front but is now relocated to the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth.
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