Enham Alamein is a quaint English village steeped in history.
Located in Hampshire, just north of the town of Andover, Enham Alamein was once solely a rehabilitation village for ex-servicemen of the first world war. Now, Enham has a mixed community of people from many walks of life who enjoy the greenery and the beautiful surroundings.
In the village there is a Post Office, village shop, doctor's surgery, charity shop and tearoom, a community garden, a sports ground with two football pitches, the village hall, a garage and a member's club.
The thriving market town of Andover is just over 2 miles away and easily accessible by a local bus service. Residents can also access 'The Enham Way' a 3.4 mile accessible walk way, linking Andover town centre with Enham Alamein village.
More recently Enham Trust established a fully accessible heritage trail to help uncover the village's past and share it with everyone who visits. The first trail opened in the summer of 2015 with more trails planned for the future.
Our first heritage trail runs through the heart of Enham Alamein allowing followers to enjoy a level walk, reading our information boards as they weave together the historical features and stories of this fascinating village.