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Christchurch town has existed in one form or another since the iron age when the area between the river Avon and the river Stour was used as a trading point and safe mooring for visiting traders. Throughout history the town has adapted to suit the era and today as a result has a multitude of tales to tell and features to see.

Still welcoming visitors this area of coastline remains unknown to many and a jewel in the crown of those who have the good fortune to find us. A tremendous sense of community exists between those who have lived here all their lives and those who have settled here from other areas.

The pages listed below are your guide to exploring the town.
Buried Alive Chamber
Castle Walk Church Gardens
Church Street Convent Walk
High Street Mill Place
Millhams Streeet Ducking Stool Lane
The Priory Quomps
Redhouse Museum