2000 years of history in one attractive Hampshire village.
Special Guided walks for Organisations can be provided at times and dates to suit. To arrange these, go to CONTACT US – click HERE
Guided walks for Wickham Parishioners and Visitors are conducted commencing 7.00 pm, weather permitting, during the Summer months. Joiners should be aware that the walk involves some country tracks and some steps. They should also be very alert to busy road traffic. The walks take approximately 1 1/2 hours. There is a fee of £2 per head, (Wickham History Society Members free). Parties muster by the bus stop at the end of Wickham Square. Book your place by going to CONTACT US – click HERE.
Please note: The 2016 walks programme is now complete. The programme for 2017 will be published in due course.
Self-Guided Walks Around Wickham Village Centre:
Please note that there is no public access to the private properties detailed in the guides.
Some historic buildings in Wickham can be positively dated, (e.g., The Bugle Inn, Blanton, The Old House, Havelock and Wentworth). For the rest, dates are arrived at on stylistic evidence, in the main, and so must remain approximate for the time being.
A handy, pocket size Guide Book is available from the Society. To learn more about these, go to our RESOURCES page – click HERE.
|VIEW||Street map of Wickham Village Centre|
|VIEW||Map of the Parish of Wickham
(reproduced with the kind permission of Wickham Parish Council)
|VIEW||Map of Romano-British Find Sites
(with a description of finds at each site)
Electronic Guides – Wickham Village Centre:
|VIEW||The Square and Environs|
|VIEW||The Church and Meadows|
Electronic Guide – Around the Parish:
|VIEW||Some Historic Places Outside the Village Centre|
Buildings of Special Interest that you can visit:
(Subject to opening times & special events)
|VIEW||Visiting The Mill Today – The Diphole, Shops and Cafe|
|VIEW||St Nicholas Church|