Hampshire Live – Featuring Whitchurch, North Hampshire’s Hidden Gem.
It seems the message is getting out there to the delight of team Whitchurch;
an extract from Hampshire Live’s feature article promoting all that is great about Whitchurch, Hampshire’s smallest town….
“The winding two-mile walk with riverside views that explores the history of Hampshire’s smallest town.
From silk mills to listed buildings, the small town has a fascinating history.
The warm weather and brilliant sunshine mean it is the perfect time to get outdoors and explore all that Hampshire has to offer. From beaches to outdoor cinemas to New Forest walks, there is plenty to do. But the little known areas of Hampshire are worth a visit, too.
With the accolade of being Hampshire’s smallest town, it would be easy to assume there is not a lot to do in Whitchurch – particularly when compared to the hustle and bustle of major shopping towns and cities in the county. But what it lacks in high street retail names, it makes up for in charm and historical interest. With quaint cottages and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is a picture-perfect town.
There is a wealth of history to explore, and the beautiful scenery combined with ancient tales makes Whitchurch well worth a visit”.