Historic Havant - in pictures | Nostalgia
Welcome to Hamafunta – the spring of Hama – and a vital trading crossroads.
… at least that’s what Havant was known as about 935AD.
It referred to the spring to the south-west of St Faith’s churchyard and a settlement was made at the crossing point of tracks from the downs to the coast and another east–west along the coast.
These pictures from our archive are a little more up to date.
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