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Tourism News & Updates

Motorists using Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council car parks can now take advantage of a single mobile app for cashless parking.
Lutyens and His Brick Works
Lutyens and His Brick Works
Sir Edwin Lutyens was a leading English architect known for imaginatively adapting traditional architectural styles to the requirements of his era. He designed many English country houses, war memorials and public buildings.
Visitors can see examples of local history drawn from the soil beneath our feet by archaeologists over many years.
Children of all ages from throughout Hampshire can put their best foot forward to try a new sport as free event, Be Active, will take over Basingstoke town centre.
Completed in 1794 the Basingstoke Canal originally connected the Town, and surrounding area, to London with vessels carrying timber, flour and chalk to the City and returning with coal and much-needed fertiliser for the Hampshire agricultural community.
Cllr Keating, accompanied by his wife, Mayoress Mrs Gwen Keating attended the Festival of Sport 2018 held for members of sports clubs and schools from the twin towns.
The countdown has begun - B LOVE will bring the best local live music and family entertainment to Basingstoke in less than two weeks’ time.
Exciting full programme details for this year’s Basingstoke Festival have been released, celebrating Art in Unusual Places across the borough.
Hampshire has a long and fascinating history dating back long before the Romans came to Britain. On our doorstep, there is a particular gem of local history in Basing House Ruins, set in the picturesque village of Old Basing. Basing House was a major Tudor Palace and Castle that once rivalled Hampton Court Palace in size and opulence.
A total investment of £400,000 to the Aquadrome’s fitness and leisure facilities means that young swimmers now have somewhere new to paddle and fitness enthusiasts have an enhanced experience with new gym facilities.
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