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About the Landscape Section

Current programme: a full listing of all events organised by the different sections of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.

Events to be held by the Landscape Section in 2020

To receive confirmation of a booking for visit either include an email address or a stamped addressed envelope. You will be able to email with any queries about bookings or availability of places at events. For directions to events, please email The current measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 mean that the two trips in May & June have been postponed; we shall await developments before confirming whether the July visit will go ahead.
  • Sunday 10th May: half-day visit to: Holy Ghost Cemetery and to the adjoining suburb of South View - to be led by Debbie Reavell of the Basingstoke Heritage Society - POSTPONED - though you can still read about the planned visit from the link.
  • Sunday 14th June: half-day visit to look at: medieval and post medieval buildings of the old town centre and St. Michael’s Church - to be led by Bill Fergie and John Hare.- POSTPONED
  • Saturday 25th July: half-day visit to look at: religious buildings, both ancient and modern, in the town centre - to be led by Roger Ottewill
Annual Conference & AGM - In 2020 the conference, in late October or early November, will be on the theme of:
  • Southampton

Newsletter: The Landscape Section publishes articles in the HFC Newsletter and we welcome contributions on landscape related topics. If you have any ideas or articles for the Newsletter, please email to discuss your proposal.

Landscape Section Archive: Find out about significant people and previous events put on by the Landscape Section.
Any questions about the Landscape Section?
Then email Mike Broderick Landscape Section Chairman