To mark the 200th anniversary of John Keats' poem To Autumn, a specially curated exhibition has been created to showcase the works of Hampshire children. The poems and artworks celebrate Hampshire's seasons.
New for this year's fifth biennial Worthys Festival (14th – 22nd September 2019) is the Village Open Day. being run in tandem with Winchester Heritage Open days this is an amazing example of 'People Power' and a great opportunity for village businesses and organisations to showcase their services and activities to the whole community.
2019 marks the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, and as part of this year’s celebration, First 100 Years has created a special touring exhibition that covers the timeline of women in law, marking the key milestones achieved.
Join us as we celebrate with Hampshire museums, attractions & festivals all that is fabulous about Hampshire's heritage. There will be trails, exhibits & so much more as we showcase hidden treasures, historic buildings & notable archaeology & history
To celebrate 200 years since John Keats visited Winchester and wrote his much-loved poem To Autumn, Winchester Poetry Festival invites readers to come and read, share and enjoy a selection of his poetry and letters in a community reading event.
Meet staff and volunteers involved in the day to day life of Winchester Cathedral including stonemasons, flower arrangers, Bell Ringers and “Holy Dusters”. This is a special opportunity to explore the Cathedral by night.
Listen to the beautiful sounds of Winchester Community Choir in the beautiful historic mill. The choir is an acapella choir who sing mainly traditional songs collected in Hampshire at the turn of the century in three or four part harmony.
A wonderful opportunity to visit this 18th century brick farm mill with original main shaft, crown and other wheels and two sets of stones. Whilst the machinery is too fragile to mill, visitors will be able to see exactly how it worked.