It was opened in 1957 and can be found in a tranquil setting adjoining Yateley Common.
It is bordered to the west by Dorset and Wiltshire, to the north by Berkshire and to the east by Surrey and West Sussex.
Most of Hampshire's southern coastline is on the Solent, the strait separating mainland Britain from the Isle of Wight. We’re passionate about creating places people aspire to live, that deliver enduring value and where people feel a true sense of belonging.
New Forest camping entails a truly back to nature experience, where fences are almost non-existent and animals and the natural features of the land are offered up right next to pitches.
If you’re looking to forget about work, traffic and buildings for a while, there is no better place.
It is because of these and later laws that there are now some 7,000 livestock that freely graze the New Forest land.
With unrestricted access, these animals can be spotted throughout the forest; ponies wander the roads and campsites, whilst as many as six different species of deer can often be spotted in quieter areas.
Boxford, Brimpton, Chieveley, Enborne, Greenham, Hampstead Marshall, Leckhampstead, Midgham, Newbury, Sandleford, Shaw cum Donnington, Speen, Thatcham, Wasing, Welford, Winterbourne, Woolhampton detached portion.
Heathlands Cemetery (Lawn Type) is owned and maintained by Yateley Town Council for the residents of Yateley.
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Hook, Hampshire Lockeswood is a development by Millgate, part of the Countryside Group Surrounded by woodland and stunning scenery in the quintessentially English village of Eversley in Hampshire, these equisite carefully designed homes enjoy all the pleasures of country living yet are just 7 miles from the market town of Wokingham and just 12 miles from the towns of Reading and Basingstoke.
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