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Romsey Through Time

The small market town of Romsey, nestled on the River Test in Hampshire, has history at its core: whether it's the 10th century Norman abbey at the heart of the town; Embley Park, once the home of Florence Nightingale, on the outskirts; Broadlands, the country estate where Lord Palmerston, the 19th century British Prime Minister, was born (and lived for many years) and later became the home of Lord Mountbatten of Burma; or the Romsey Remount Camp, where tens of thousands of horses and mules were prepared for service in the First World War. Les mer
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The small market town of Romsey, nestled on the River Test in Hampshire, has history at its core: whether it's the 10th century Norman abbey at the heart of the town; Embley Park, once the home of Florence Nightingale, on the outskirts; Broadlands, the country estate where Lord Palmerston, the 19th century British Prime Minister, was born (and lived for many years) and later became the home of Lord Mountbatten of Burma; or the Romsey Remount Camp, where tens of thousands of horses and mules were prepared for service in the First World War. The history comes right up to date when you discover what Inspector Wexford, Worzel Gummidge and Oscar Wilde have in common...they've all been the subject of films or television shows which have been shot in the area. Join author and long-time Romsey resident Ian Dickerson on a lavishly illustrated tour of Romsey and its history.

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