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Gosport. Across Portsmouth Harbour situated on a peninsula , a short ferry trip away, is Gosport , home of the Submariners.
Michaelmas fair at Alverstoke
Alverstoke. Gosport was once a hamlet in the parish of Alwarestock,as Alverstoke was then known ,from the river Alver.Nowadays Alverstoke has a picturesque little village centre ,laid out in the medieval style, with it's beautiful St Mary's church(mentioned in the Domesday book) and some very attractive streets such as 'The Crescent', a road built in the same style as Bath Row, where Queen Victoria liked to stay ,whilst waiting to cross the Solent to her beloved OSBORNE HOUSE on the Isle of Wight.
Ventnor. A charming seaside resort with breathtaking views over the sea and a very pleasant esplanade.
Niton. Four miles from Ventnor, on the Ventnor to Blackgang road is Niton, another picture postcard village, with its many thatched cottages.

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