The year 2010 marked the 900th anniversary of the founding of Hyde Abbey in the northern suburbs of Winchester. Held under the auspices of Hyde900, the community group set up to
Although William Savage is best known as a Winchester photographer he and his wife, Mary Ann, first traded in fancy wool and needlework goods from 12 The Square, where they
Hampshire Cultural Trust are fortunate to hold in their collections many original albumen prints produced from the glass plate negatives of the early twentieth century photographer
In August 1930, archaeologists arrived on the site of the old earthwork at Oliver's Battery, two miles to the south-west of Winchester. As they dug into the ditch, they discovered
Charles Bannerman Phillips was born in Bloomsbury, Middlesex, in 1848 and was educated at Winchester College from 1860 - 67 and then, from 1867 - 72, at New College, Oxford. He
One hundred years ago Dr J P Williams-Freeman felt that Ladle Hill was a prehistoric camp caught in the process of being flattened by early 19th century farmers, desperate to break
Winchester Palace was built on the site of the Winchester castle which was stormed by Oliver Cromwell in 1645 after a short siege during the English Civil War. Despite the damage
The medieval Westgate at the top of Winchester’s High Street is one of two old gateways into the city which have survived into the twenty-first century. It is owned by Winchester
The Marchioness of Winchester (Bapsy) was born Bapsybanoo Pavry at Bahrat, India, in 1902, the daughter of Khurshedji Erachji Pavry. Bapsy attended Columbia University, New York,