Wickham in Hampshire is an enchanting village, steeped in history, full of character and surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Hampshire’s Meon Valley.

Although only a stone’s throw away from the larger towns of Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth, Wickham offers the visitor (and the resident!) something quite different; intriguing, independent shops, an enviable variety of eateries, serene water meadows, fascinating historical buildings and for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, the Meon Valley Trail.

Read more about Wickham on the Visit Winchester website. Find out what is nearby at Visit Hampshire

Parking is free in the long term car park (Station Close, off Mill Lane), and free for the first 30 minutes in the Square.

Getting to Wickham...

Wickham is located in the heart of Hampshire, just north of the M3 in between Eastleigh and Winchester.  Set your Sat Nav to the following postcode: PO17 5JG.

The nearest train station is Fareham, from which you can catch the 69 bus to Wickham from Monday to Saturday.  The same bus route takes you Winchester. To find out more about travel in Wickham and Knowle, download a copy of Hampshire County Council’s travel guide here:  Wickham Knowle Travel