Weyhill

Next meet here in 2022

Friday 16th April 2021
2 nights

This meet has been cancelled

Wessex Area AGM

Our site is behind the Weyhill Fair pub, about 3 miles west of Andover.

The pub serves good food and good beer (including Fullers and Gales).

The site opens at 2pm on Friday, and closes on Sunday. The stewards for this meet can be contacted by the Wessex mobile phone on 07340 248 577.

What’s on

AGM & Members Meeting

The Wessex Area AGM will now take place online on Saturday 17th April, starting at 2pm. More details about this are provided on our News Pages. Current Wessex members have also received an email including these details.

The AGM will be followed by a Members Meeting.

American Tea

On Saturday evening we will be holding an ‘American Tea’ starting around 5pm. Please bring a plate of your favourite food to share with the group.

Ceilidh

Our usual ceilidh will be held on Saturday evening, starting at 19:30 in the Fairground Hall, which is a short walk from the site.

This is an informal folk dance evening, interspersed with song, poetry or music. You can bring your own refreshments, although tea and coffee is provided in the interval.


In the area

Fairground Craft Centre

Craft shops and a good cafe, 5 minutes walk from the site

The Hawk Conservancy Trust

Birds of prey, including owls, vultures and eagles

Directions

The Weyhill Fair
Weyhill Road, Weyhill, Andover,
SP11 0PP
OS Ref: 185/318467

  • From the A303 take exit signed A342 Devizes
  • At roundabout take exit singed A342 Devizes/Weyhill
  • After 1 mile the pub is on the right
  • Go through the car park and follow signs to the site

Local information

Shops

The garage over the road stocks basics (milk, papers, etc.) and there is also a farm shop nearby.

Andover is a short drive away (Asda, Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s).

Eating out

The Weyhill Fair pub is on site, and The Lion at Clanville (a mile and a half away) is highly recommended.

Pink Olive Indian restaurant is close by.

Transport

The Activ8 bus provides a frequent service from the site to both Andover and Salisbury.