01. St Mark’s Churchyard Tour

In Person

Guided Tour

St Marks Road, Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 2DA

St. Marks Church was built in 1844 as part of Robert Cruickshank’s development of ‘Angleseyville’ and it was demolished in 1911. The cemetery remains today and the foundations of the church can still be seen.

Hear about the lives of the people who lay beneath this soil. The Guide will give you an insight into a number of those who in Victorian times and early 20th century lived adventurous lives and served their country and their society. This is a very peaceful area, with lovely flowers which adds to its serenity and beauty. St Marks Churchyard is a treasure in the history of Gosport!

Duration approx: 60 minute tour plus question time.

OPENING TIMES

Friday 10 September: 1000
Saturday 11 September: 1000
Sunday 12 September: 1000
Monday 13 September: 1000
Tuesday 14 September: 1000
Wednesday 15 September: 1000
Thursday 16 September: 1000
Friday 17 September: 1000
Saturday 18 September: 1000
Sunday 19 September: 1000

 

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