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Basing House Hampshire

Allen, David.

Basing House Hampshire

excavations 1978-1991

by Allen, David.

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Published by Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society in cooperation with Hampshire County Council in Hampshire .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David Allen & Sue Anderson, with contributions by Adrienne Powell, Peter Makey and Alan Turton.
SeriesHampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society Monograph -- 10
ContributionsAnderson, Sue.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 121p. :
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18674018M

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Entrance to the Basing House Christmas Fayre is by pre-booked ticket only. Please book online. Please note, this is a special event. The Basing House Pay Once, Visit All Year ticket cannot be used for entry. To ensure we help keep everyone safe from COVID, please follow the one way system around the site. and wear a face covering at all times.   Basing House, Hampshire - Easter Weekend This is first of our anniversary Basing House events. It’s Waller and the London Trained bands have entered the village of Basing. The house gates are locked, can the Royalist garrison of men aided by their women prevent Waller’s force of men from storming the house walls?

Call Milestones Museum all year on to book group/ school visits, wedding, room and filming hire for Basing House. Opening Times March - October (17 Mar - 31 Oct ). Books; Wikipedia  Basing House. Basing House, Hampshire, was a major English Tudor palace and castle that once rivalled Hampton Court Palace in its size and opulence. Today only its foundations and earthworks remain. The ruins are a Grade II listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.


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