Gosport

Gosport /ˈɡɒspɔrt/ is a town, district and borough situated on the south coast of England, within the county of Hampshire. It has approximately 80,000 permanent residents with a further 5,000–10,000 during the summer months. It is part of the South Hampshire conurbation and lies on a peninsula on the western side of Portsmouth Harbour opposite the City of Portsmouth, to which it is linked by a pedestrian ferry.

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Gunpowder Magazines - In England - Priddy's Hard, Gosport
... Both the fort and the magazine came under the control of the Board of Ordnance until 1855 control passing, first to the War Office, and then the Admiralty in 1891 ... Priddy's Hard became a Naval Armaments Depot, finally closing in 1977 ...
Little Woodham - History
... to continue, local residents formed the Gosport Living History Society to take over the running of the village to preserve it as an educational resource and tourist attraction ... The Gosport Borough Council provided much of the financing and administration until 1995 when the Gosport Living History Society became a registered charity and took on sole responsibility for funding ... Woodham won the "Best Leisure Tourism Venue" in the "Go Gosport" awards, beating Explosion! and the Gosport Discovery Centre ...
A32 Road
... is a road in Hampshire, southern England, that links Gosport and Alton ... Starting at Gosport, facing Portsmouth, it travels north via Fareham, Wickham, Droxford, before joining the A31 road near Alton ... miles (47.0 km) long from the seafront at Gosport to the roundabout with the A31 near Alton, and has entirely non-primary status ...
List Of Churches In Hampshire - Gosport
... Family Church Gosport Gosport Methodist Church Stoke Road Baptist Church. ...