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Caption for Winchester, Queen Mary's Chair 1911: The Cathedral 1911 The west door of Winchester Cathedral - one of the city’s most famous views. Inside is the stunning 12th-century black marble font from Tournai in Belgium. There are also some magnificent 14th- century carved stalls, a beautiful 15th- century reredos and older coffers con- taining the bones of Saxon and Danish

Memories of Winchester

I started work at the Hampshire Chronicle offices in the High Street as a cub reporter in the early 1960's under the benign eye of Monica Woodhouse and news editor 'Jock' Coutts. It was a great place to be - we reported on every court from magistrates to assizes, every council from parish to county, we did (...Read full memory)

May 2008, and the city of Winchester hosted a festival of music and dance, with the streets closed to traffic and thronged with entertainers, market stalls and happy crowds. I was part of the band playing for Whitethorn Morris at this event and enjoyed my visit to Winchester. As I walked (...Read full memory)

The boy in the photograph is my grandfather, Herbert Ward, who was born in Winchester in 1911.

This was a pub in Winchester near the train station. I used to go there around 1966 to 1972 ish. Wondering if anyone else remembers the place. I was at sea and spent many hours there whilst on leave. Philip duncombe.

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