Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches

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The original structure was a chapel built in 1188-1196 in a Norman style to serve the needs of the seafaring community.  
Opening Times: Daily
Entrance fee: Donation suggested
Daytime Tel: 023 928 25500
Email: rosemary.fairfax@portsmouthcathedral.org.uk
Website: www.portsmouthcathedral.org.uk

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The first foundation of a nunnery at Romsey dates from 907. The present magnificent Abbey church was built in stages between 1120 and 1230.  
Opening Times: Daily. 8.30am to 5.30pm.
Entrance fee: Donations are welcome
Daytime Tel: 01794 513125
Email: romsey.abbey@lineone.net
Website: www.romseyabbey.org.uk

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The abbey was founded by the Bishop of Winchester in the 13th century and served in this way until it was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539.  
Opening Times: 10.00am - 6.00pm but closes earlier in winter.
Entrance fee: Free
Daytime Tel: 02380 226235
Email: customers@english-heritage.org.uk
Website: www.english-heritage.org.uk/southeast

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King Cenwalh's minster church built in Wintanceaster in 643 became in 670 a cathedral. Many of the kings of Wessex are buried in the Old Minster.  
Opening Times: 8.30am - 6.00pm daily
Entrance fee: Suggested donation 3.50
Daytime Tel: 01962 857251
Email: stuart.vause@winchester-cathedral.org.uk
Website: www.winchester-cathedral.org.uk

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