It’s time, surely, that you had an Afternoon Tea in Bordon. This town and built-up area find itself in the East Hampshire district of (you guessed it) Hampshire, South East England.

It lies just over 5 miles from Alton, with both Petersfield and Farnham also nearby. A day spent here is well worth your time, in part due to its close association with British military history. What’s more, it makes for an excellent place to stop for a nice, hot brew with all of your favourite treats.

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The area of present-day Bordon was little known until the founding of Bordon camp in 1899. The first occupants of Quebec barracks were the Somersetshire Light Infantry during the Second Boer War, followed by the 2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment.

During both world wars, it was home to the Canadian Army. Now, however, things have become somewhat quieter. Why not visit an Afternoon Tea Bordon establishment today?