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Warwick Lane is located in the beautiful and historic village of Wickham in Hampshire. Wickham is located north of Fareham, just off of junction 10 of the M27 with easy links to Portsmouth and Southampton.
Getting to Wickham
Wickham is 2.4 miles from Junction 10 of the M27 Westbound slip road (Eastbound traffic – Come off at Junction 11 and go back on to the motorway Westbound for 0.5 miles, exit at junction 10). Follow the signs for Wickham.
Parking in the village square or follow parking signs for alternate parking.
The closest station to Wickham is Fareham Train Station where you can connect with a bus or taxi for a short journey to the village. Find out more from the Trainline.
20: Fareham – Knowle – Wickham Via Highlands – Funtley
SD4: Bishops Waltham – Wickham – Cosham – South Downs Campus (Via Waltham Chase – Shedfield – Portchester)
Winchester, Bus Station (Stand E) – St Cross, The Bell Inn – Twyford, Crossroads – Colden Common, Main Road – Fair Oak, The Square – Bishops Waltham, The Square – Swanmore, Post Office – Waltham Chase, Curdridge Lane – Wickham, The Square – Fareham, Quay Street (Stop X) – Fareham, Station Roundabout (Stop S)
By road of course, but you can cycle the 11 miles off road (gravel/dirt track) Meon Valley Trail from West Meon – Corhampton – Meonstoke – Brockbridge – Droxford – Soberton – Soberton Heath – Kingsmead – Wickham.
Allow 2 hours to cycle or 6 hours walking and it is a non-circular mostly flat route.
The route is to be extended past Knowle Village to Highlands Road in Fareham in 2019/20.
Shopping in Wickham Village
Wickham boasts a large market square that makes for a convenient car park surrounded by the many Grade II listed buildings. The village offers a great day out with many walks, tea houses, cafes, pubs, restaurants, boutiques and antiques shops. The village is host to a historic horse fayer, the Wickham Music Festival, The Taste of Wickham Festival and Village Christmas Lights Events.