North Stoneham

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North Stoneham is a settlement and ecclesiastical parish located in between Eastleigh and Southampton in south Hampshire, England. It was formerly an ancient estate and manor. Until the nineteenth century, it was a rural community comprising a number of scattered hamlets, including Middle Stoneham, North End, and Bassett Green, and characterised by large areas of woodland. The former 1,000-acre North Stoneham Park was redesigned by Capability Brown in the eighteenth century, and was one of the largest ornamental parklands in Hampshire.

The restored Stoneham War Shrine in 2011
The Concorde Club, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh.