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Basingstoke and Deane

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Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

About Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

Basingstoke has something for all visitors. From indulgent meals to adrenalin sports, theatre, concerts, a visit to 'Downton Abbey' or just the chance to explore, there are some great places to stay in the area, and plenty to see and do. Basingstoke’s rich heritage dates back beyond Roman times. These days the town has many modern attractions; a leisure park with ice skating, bowling, a swimming complex and cinema, a large shopping centre with over 200 shops, and a leading music venue hosting classical music, opera and live bands. Museums tell the story of Basingstoke’s history as a market town and major developer in the cloth industry.


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Basingstoke and District Disability Forum (BDDF) is a membership-based community organisation for anyone affected by any type of disability. Visit their website for more information - https://www.bddf.org.uk/

The Access 4 All Working Group promote access to information, services, all buildings and public transport, for more information please visit their website - http://accessbstoke.weebly.com/#

Basingstoke Voluntary Action are the membership body for voluntary and community sector organistions across Basingstoke and District. They provide development, training and support services for community groups to help them start-up, grow and thrive. BVA serves as a representative body for the sector amongst key stakeholder forums and welcomes organisations of all shapes and sizes to become a member for free. Visit their website for more information - https://www.bvaction.org.uk/