Exploring Winchester

Winchester is a beautiful city and I have worked there for almost 6 years now; Joel and I were even lucky enough to live in Kings Worthy for a year which is just a short drive away from the city centre. It’s full of amazing history, un-touched architecture, and was home to some of the most influential people in human history.

I walk the streets of Winchester everyday and realised I never take a moment to appreciate it’s beauty. I’m always in a hurry to either get out of the office for a quick lunch or need to buy something from the shops. So recently, I’ve been making a conscious effort to see more of the city and take photographs. It’s been so lovely getting out on my hour lunch break with my sister and exploring Winchester.

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The Weirs


Winchester Cathedral


Symonds Street


World War I Memorial Statue by Winchester Cathedral


St Bartholomew’s Church, King Alfred Place


Bewick Cottage by St Bartholomew’s Church


Abbey House


Canon Street


The Old Bakery, Canon Street


No. 57 Canon Street

Katie ❀