St Nicholas Wickham
Thank you for Neale Fray for the photo
There has been a church on this site for longer than seems believable, and there is reason to believe there was a religious building here before 670AD. The Church today contains an archway built in Norman times, but it was the Victorians who gave today's building much of its structure and shape. There is much more information on the Church website.
Wickham is not served by local trains, and the nearest convenient station is Fareham, some distance away.
Although it is possible to reach the venue from Fareham by bus, there is no service back after the concert - it would be necessary to take a taxi back.
The Church is on the corner of the A32 (between Alton and Fareham) and the B2177 between Southwick and Bishop's Waltham.
There is ample parking in the Village. There may be limited parking for wheelchair users behind the Church.
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The postcode is PO17 6HR
There is a level path from the car park to the West door, which has ramps into the church.
There is a disabled toilet in the Church Room.
As with many of our Church venues, the seats are firm and you might like to bring a cushion!