In Chandler’s Ford: some shops have closed; some have opened. Some are about to open.
Here are a few photos for you to see some changes in Chandler’s Ford, focusing on Hursley Road, the Central Precinct, Fryern Arcade, Winchester Road, and Oakmount Road.
Hursley Cafe (Facebook link: Hursley Cafe)
Hursley Cafe is run by a young man called Malik.
The Central Precinct
The Steel Tank alehouse (Facebook link: The Steel Tank alehouse). The unit used to be occupied by the HSBC bank.
Kumon Maths and English
There has been a Kumon study centre based at St. Boniface Church for years. Is this a new one? Or is the Kuman centre moving to the Central Precinct?
goPhysio (Website: goPhysio)
Art Deco Café (Facebook link: Art Deco Café)
The Fryern Arcade
Grover Butchers on its last day in Chandler’s Ford:
But don’t forget we still have a popular butcher on Bournemouth Road:
Charles Baynham (Facebook link: Charles Baynham)
NatWest Bank (or once was)
Ocean World Travel (Website: Ocean World Travel)
Pets Corner (Website: Pets Corner)
Charters estate agent (Website: Charters)
Finally, in Hiltingbury, the Hospice Shop closed a few weeks ago, and a new charity shop will soon open on Saturday the 9th of December. It’s called The Hiltingbury Happy Place (Facebook link).