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Published by Stubbington & Hill Head History Society in Stubbington .
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ContributionsStubbington and Hill Head History Society.
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Paginationii,[58p.] :
Number of Pages58
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Open LibraryOL20565072M

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Stubbington & Hill Head History Society Publisher - 1 work / 0 ebooks The history of Seafield Park, Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire. Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books. Along the X axis is time, and on the y . Seafield Park was the name of a large Victorian mansion built in by Sir Henry Sykes on 83 acres of land at Hill Head. In the house & gardens were sold to Rev. R W Pain who registered it as a preparatory school in At the outbreak of WWII the house was requisitioned by the Fleet Air Arm and in the house was destroyed by fire. Title: The history of Seafield Park, Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire Creators: Geoffrey Halnan; Stubbington and Hill Head History Society Research Group;.   Just to add a note regarding Seafield Park history. It was a boys preparatory school up to the start of WWII, when the Fleet Air Arm took it over. The school was evacuated to Endsleigh, Nr Tavistock, the country home of the Duke of Bedford. At the end of the war MOD retained Seafield Park for the purposes shown in.

Street map of Seafield Park Road in Hill Head, Fareham District (B), Hampshire County: This page presents the Google satellite Street map (zoomable and browsable) of Seafield Park Road in Hill Head, Fareham District (B), Hampshire County. Scroll below the map to see the Street View of Seafield Park . Seafield Park Road in Fareham is in the South East region of England. The postcode is within the Hill Head ward/electoral division, which is in the constituency of Gosport. This page combines information for the address Seafield Park Road, Fareham, PO14 3LY, and the neighbourhood in which it resides. In we celebrated 30 years since the launch of the Society in July when our principle guests were Cllr. Mrs. D Burton-Jenkins, at that time Mayor of Fareham, the Lady Mayoress, and the Rev. John Sturges JP. The Society was a consequence of a WEA Local History . Hampshire Cross Hangersley Hill Hannington Harbridge Green Hardley Hardway Harestock Harewood Peak Harfields Hill Corner Hill Grove Hill Head Hill Park Hill Pound Hill Side Hill Top Hillstreet Hiltingbury Hinton Scrag Hill Scures Hill Sea View Seafield Seamans Corner Seamead Estate Sedgensworth Selborne Selbourne Selsmore Setley.

Very pretty stretch of shingle beach with views over to the Isle of Wight. Toilets available at Lee on Solent (the ones at Hill Head itself are awful!). There's usually an icecream van in the car park, and there's a nice cafe if you walk towards Lee and a pub if you walk /5(89). Find a hotel nearby (1 mile) with booking. Be the first to review» seafield park is located invincible road in stubbington (PO14 2) in the region of hampshire (england).This place is listed in the park/recreation area category of the geodruid stubbington guide. Fareham, a town, a parish, a hundred, and head of a division in Hants. The town stands on slightly elevated ground, -at the north-western extremity of Portsmouth harbour, 5 miles NNW of Gosport. It has a station on the L. & S.W.R., 74 miles from London; a new line of railway was opened in between Netley and Fareham, which gives an. - Sir Henry Sykes built a large Victorian mansion on 83 acres of land at Hill Head and called it Seafield Park. - House and estate sold to the Rev.R.W Pain. - Additional buildings erected.