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Whitchurch Parish Fete 2017

Photos taken at the 2017 Whitchurch Church Parish Fete on The Lawn, next to the River Test.

Kit Malthouse MP leaving Parish Fete Ruth and Amy Katie Les dances up some burgers The Four Fathers The Four Fathers Duck Race! Mike and his coconuts Tosha, wet with River Test Emma and Katya Tosha and friends in The River Test John (our town’s mayor!) and Andrew Andrew and Les Sheila and Thomas Sheila and Thomas Ingrid and her boys Ingrid and her boys

Parish Fete 2015

The Lawn was the place to be today, for the annual Parish Fete!

A wonderful time as usual at the annual Parish Fete! It was once again held on The Lawn, next to the River Test across from All Hallows church, Whitchurch, Hampshire.

Congratulations to Tosha for winning the darts competition!

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Whitchurch Church Fête 2011

The 2011 Church Fete in Whitchurch, Hampshire is held on Prof.Denning's lawn.

Our town had its annual Church Fête on Saturday, 9 July 2011. One of its organisers asked me if I could possibly, please, pretty please, oh come on you could couldn’t you? be their unofficial official photographer.

Well, it didn’t get me free admission; but I did leave with a bottle of booze. That’s fair. 🙂

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Whitchurch – A Winning Town

Andrew Reeves-Hall sprays the volunteers with champagne to celebrate the town's wins.

A lot of time has been put in by a gaggle of volunteers around Whitchurch over the past couple months to try to win a competition run by BT. They were offering to upgrade 5 rural telephone exchanges to use fibre-optic technology so that faster broadband Internet access would be possible. In November, three of us (me, John Buckley and Mike Stead) founded the Whitchurch Faster Broadband Campaign to coordinate the voting in the  ‘Race to Infinity’, after our Town Council backed our initiative. » Continue reading Whitchurch – A Winning Town »

Official Town Website

The official town website for Whitchurch, Hampshire, UK is

It was set up in 2010 using a SEEDA grant given to the town through Whitchurch Association, a charity. It launched on 1 May 2010 and has become the starting point for visitors and businesses. Local organisations use it, too, to list their upcoming […]