Pre-pay for multiple images and download on demand. The site is now the Claylands industrial estate and business park - there is still an Elliotts builders' merchant branch on the former brickworks site. The town had a large enough working population by the late 19th century to support a Working Men's Institute, which occupied an ornate brick building on Bank Street, which remained open until 2003, when it was converted into housing. The town's name comprises three parts 'walt' – forest; 'ham' – settlement'; and 'Bishop's'. We have reviews of the best places to see in Bishop's Waltham. There is a large youth development club called Bishop's Waltham Dynamos who use the facilities at Priory Park. Abbey Mill was then used for offices until sold for redevelopment in circa 2005 to the supermarket chain Sainsburys. 10. Bishop's Waltham Infant School was rated as Grade 1 'Outstanding' by Ofsted in 2011. Stagecoach operates the 691 and the 692 bus services from Knowle, Hampshire and Lowford to Peter Symonds College. Overview Hotels Things to do. The Crown Inn, the Square Bishop's Waltham – The Crown Hotel, parts of which date from the 1500s, was once a coaching inn and had two court yards at the rear with stables and brew houses, the inner yard being overlooked by an open gallery. In its time, Bishop's Waltham Palace acted as a residence for a series of the Bishops of Winchester and their clergy until it was destroyed during the English Civil War. The Moors, Bishop's Waltham is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Bishops Waltham is located in United Kingdom (Hampshire, England) and time zone Europe/London. Following the July 2010 Ofsted inspection, the school was rated as Grade 1 'Outstanding',[10] Under the most recent Ofsted Inspection in 2017, the school was rated as Grade 2 'Good'. This pub was present by 1859 however had become a tailors shop by 1897. Find premium, high-resolution stock photography at Getty Images. In the 1960s the house reverted to its former and more correct designation of inn and considerable alterations have taken place since. Buy the print. Release info: No release required. The town retains a unique character, with a number of small local businesses (such as a butchers, bakery and fishmonger) including an off-licence which was established in 1617 (Bakers Wine Merchants). The Dolphin was situated on the High Street. "Immerse yourself in our sunflower festival to enjoy our wide-open spaces, fresh air and to meet our amazing sunflower sommeliers who will help you choose and learn about our flowers. Bishops Waltham. The line was closed to regular passenger traffic in 1932, but goods services remained, becoming ever less frequent and regular before finally stopping in the 1960s. There is one main bus stop in Bishop's Waltham - The Square. Copyright complaints  ~   On weekdays Stagecoach operates the 69 services hourly in each direction to Fareham & Winchester. Bishop's Waltham was home to Gunner and Company, which was the last provincial private bank in the United Kingdom. By the time of the Domesday book (1086 AD), it had a population of around 600 living in 115 households - at the time, the 11th largest settlement in Hampshire. It has previously been bought for a multiple re-use license which is still valid. 450 x 298 px 15.9 x 10.5 cm (72 dpi) 393 KB, 887 x 588 px 31.3 x 20.7 cm (72 dpi) 1.5 MB, 1848 x 1224 px 31.3 x 20.7 cm (150 dpi) 6.5 MB, 3696 x 2448 px 31.3 x 20.7 cm (300 dpi) 25.9 MB, 4928 x 3264 px 41.7 x 27.6 cm (300 dpi) 46 MB. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in November. It is home to an infant and junior school. Alamy and its logo are trademarks of Alamy Ltd. and are registered in certain countries. Stagecoach has the same bus service pattern as above for Saturday. The Gunner family continued to run the legal practice of Gunner & Carpenter until 1973.

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