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Viewed from Churchill Way East, Mountbatten House in Basing View has been described as a large and elaborate chest of drawers, the drawers all open

Viewed from Churchill Way East, Mountbatten House in Basing View has been described as a large and elaborate chest of drawers, the drawers all open

For a short period during the second half of the nineteenth century, there was a Bible Christian presence in Basingstoke.

At the time of the 1851 Religious Census, there were two Independent Chapels in Basingstoke.

These pages were missing from the Minute Books of the Basingstoke Poor Law Union in 1866, where the reports for the outlying parishes were transcri

The first Post Office in Basingstoke was run by Robert Cottle, Chief Magistrate, from 1808.

The English Civil War broke out in August 1642.

In 1902 Church of England services were held at St Michael’s Church and at two mission rooms: the Reading Road Mission Room serving the east of the

Founded in 1841, the aims of the Institute were to instruct members in science and useful knowledge by the means of lectures, conversation and read

Basingstoke was the most important centre of cloth production in 16th and 17th century Hampshire, with a peak of activity in the early 16th century

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