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Located outside the city in a road called King Alfreds Place is this 12th century church. We have relatives that live in Monks Road, so we know the area well. Well off the tourist track and in a residential area. Humble inside.
I found St Bartholomew's by following the City Walk leaflet published by Winchester City Council. The church is situated on King Alfred's Place and stands opposite Hyde Abbey Gate. This is about ten minutes walk from the city centre (Winchester Library) so not too far....More
We visited Winchester to see our daughter who has just moved there. As St Bartholomew's had their Michaelmas fair we decided to visit.. The M3 was blocked so it took forever to cross the city and we arrived as things were winding down. Nevertheless we...More
We came across St Bartholomew’s Church whilst following one of the ‘City Walks’ available from the tourist information centre (Alfred’s Final Journey). Although located away from the city centre and in proximity to a housing development, the church was once associated with the Hyde Abbey...More
This church dates back to 1110 or earlier. Sit quietly and take in the atmosphere, then look round. Look out for the corbel from Hyde Abbey on the south wall, the memorial tablet to a sailor in the Armada high up on the north wall,...More