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Andover High Street 

Just outside of the Chantry Centre sits Andover’s historical core. Georgian architecture and a grand Guildhall offer a stunning town centre landscape. The High Street boasts a range of shops including small independents, many of which can be found by walking down the lanes that run off the main pedestrian route.  

The High Street hosts a series of events throughout the year, including Four Fun Friday activities for children during August and regular artisan markets.

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The Lights 

Andover’s contemporary theatre is a true hub of creativity in the centre of the town. Housing a 249 seat auditorium, The Lights hosts a programme of professional music, theatre, comedy and dance performances throughout the year, as well as community shows, exhibitions and gigs.


Make the most of your visit and enjoy a glass of wine out on the canopied decking area, or sit down for a scrumptious slice of cake in the Arena Café.

The venue also has a suite of business and function rooms and a dance studio available for hire.

Distance from the Chantry Centre: 0.3 miles. 

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Andover Leisure Centre

Run by Places Leisure, Andover’s state-of-the-art leisure facility offers health and fitness facilities for all ages and abilities. The 25m indoor pool is open seven days a week for swimming lessons and open sessions, and the gym is fully stocked with a range of weights and equipment. Classes are available in the centre’s studio and there are 16 indoor climbing walls available for children and adults to use.

Distance from the Chantry Centre: 0.3 miles. 

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The River Anton Way 

The River Anton is an important natural chalk stream, which runs partway through the centre of town and is home to a diverse array of wildlife. Walkers have enjoyed the short River Anton Way for many years and in 2015 the route was extended to offer 10 miles of scenic walking from Charlton Lakes, through Andover and leading onto Chilbolton. For those wishing to take a stroll and admire the crystal clear waters, finger posts and information boards make for easy navigation along the way.


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Artisan markets

Andover Artisan Market runs every third Sunday of the month from March until December, and takes place in Andover’s main High Street. Browse and buy a wide selection of food and crafts from local suppliers.

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Andover Museum and Museum of the Iron Age

Situated on the river Anton, just a six minute walk from the Chantry Centre, Andover Museum and the Museum of the Iron Age are located in the same grade II listed building, which was once a former Georgian townhouse.

Andover museum tells the story of the town and surrounding area, while the Iron Age museum focuses on nearby Danebury hillfort. There is plenty for all the family to see and do, with regular craft activities taking place and a dressing up corner for children to enjoy as well as a pop up gallery displaying works by local artists.

Distance from the Chantry Centre: 0.3 miles

Admission: Free

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