You’ve arrived in Hedge End, a town and civil parish situated in the beautiful county of Hampshire, South East England. It lies to the east of the City of Southampton, and is, in fact, part of the Southampton Urban Area.
If you find yourself here, it’s well worth your time having an Afternoon Tea in Hedge End. Treat yourself to a variety of delectables all washed down by a nice, hot brew. What more could you want from a wonderful day out with friends or family?
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The somewhat ‘slow-burning’ history of Hedge End is, nevertheless, an interesting one. The Belgae tribe once inhabited this area prior to the Roman conquest. After 1250, the land here was granted to the men of nearby Botley as common pasture.
This, in time, led to the development of a small hamlet. Despite its mysterious origins, the name “Hedge End” was in use by the beginning of the 18th century.
Improved transport links through the centre of Botley Common led to further expansion of Hedge End during the 1800s. By the time of the Second World War, the village had become a popular spot for Southampton residents taking refuge from air-raids.
Only relatively recently, in the 1990s, did Hedge End railway station open. This saw it officially become a town. Come visit this remarkable place while being sure to stop at an Afternoon Tea Hedge End establishment for lunch.