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Walks in Winchfield

Enjoy our beautiful village via its footpaths and tracks. Discover the diverse wildlife this countryside supports. Kites and buzzards are regularly seen as well as roe deer, foxes, and if you are lucky, kingfishers and badgers.

The canal has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its unique water chemistry, range of aquatic plants and variety of dragonflies and damselflies as well as a broad selection of wildlife.

You can also explore the fascinating history of Winchfield. Visit St Mary’s Church. This beautiful Grade 1 listed church has played its part in Winchfield life for over 850 years and is the oldest listed building in the whole of Hart District. Find and explore the World War Two Pillboxes; these were an important back-up plan to the Battle of Britain.

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Winchfield Parish Council Walks in Winchfield