The Abbey is Medieval and was founded in 1222 for Premonstratensian Cannons an austere order of priests, during its three Centuries as a monasteries the monks were devoted to scholarships . The Abbey closed in 1537 by Henry V111 of England during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the Abbey was transformed into a grand mansion for Thomas Wriothesley 1st Earl of Southampton a loyal civil servant to King Henry V111. The ruined Abbey is now run by English Heritage and is open daily it can by found in Mill Lane. Titchfield Hampshire near Fareham.
Taken this morning whilst walking my dog on Butser Hill in Hampshire, and looking East towards West Sussex as the sun was rising.
Jack Frost has been at work, through the trees and on the ground turning everything white.
A cold walk with Tilly my Cocker Spaniel this morning
The Isle Wight of ferry on it way back to Portsmouth
Came across this den being built in Queen Elizabeth Country Park part of the South Downs Way.
One of the many paths in Queen Elizabeth Country park Hampshire, great to see the Sun today after so many days of rain.
A windsurfer enjoying the sea about to make a jump, taken at Hayling Island Hampshire.
A derelict building in Bramshott Hampshire which has now been pulled down.
Frost hanging from the silver birch trees in the forestry near Liphook Hampshire and West Sussex border