Local History


Whitchurch, Hampshire lies in a shallow bowl in the upper valley of the River Test, one of England’s finest trout streams and is at the crossing of routes between Basingstoke and Andover (B3400) and Newbury and Winchester (A34).

The town is steeped in history with early settlements dating back to 400BC. Whitchurch is recorded in the Domesday Book (1086) and has had a church dating back to the 9th century, the present All Hallows building dating from the 1200s.

Please follow the link here to find out more about Whitchurch's rich history from the town's
community website.