Apprentice Beauty TherapistChampneys Forest Mere Health ResortLiphook
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Senior Chef de PartieAppetite4WorkLiphook
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Conference and Banqueting Operations ManagerOLD THORNS GOLF HOTEL AND COUNTRY ESTATE LIMITEDLiphook
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Senior Coastal ModellerAllen & YorkLiphook
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Local attractions include the Hollycombe Steam Collection. On the last day of British Summer Time (usually the last Saturday in October) the village plays host to the Liphook Carnival with a procession of floats through the village followed by a bonfire and fireworks. It has taken place since 1903.[12][14]

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A coach service from London to Portsmouth started in 1688, which coincided with growth of the Royal Anchor coaching inn, and other 17th century buildings in The Square. The Royal Anchor itself has a fireback dated 1588 which supports the supposition that there was an earlier building on the site.

Liphook has a railway station, on the Portsmouth Direct Line.

Local tradition has it that Nelson spent his last night in England in Liphook before sailing for the Battle of Trafalgar. George III and Queen Charlotte on their stay gave permission for the Blue Anchor to be renamed the Royal Anchor.[2]

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We are able to offer both a highly experienced ambulatory equine practice and an expert, fully equipped equine referral hospital complete with comprehensive on-site laboratory facilities.

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During both World War I and II Liphook was the base for Canadian troops. Recent roads in Liphook have been given Canadian place names to commemorate the armed forces of that country which trained in this area during the World Wars. The cemetery of St Mary's church in Bramshott has a section of Canadian graves, including those of both war dead and victims of the influenza outbreak of 1918.

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From 1916-1928 author and poet Flora Thompson[6] lived in Liphook where her husband was postmaster. Her first work, Bog-Myrtle and Peat, was published in 1921 when she lived in Liphook. The roads 'Lark Rise' and 'Candleford Gate' are named after two of the works.

Railways caused the long-distance coaching trade to reduce in the village. The railway station became the hub of short-distance horse-drawn transport, with the blacksmiths shop in The Square flourishing until at least 1918.[5]

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Liphook and Ripsley Cricket Club play on a ground to the southwest of the village just over the border in West Sussex. There are two golf courses near the village: Old Thorns, designed by Peter Alliss, is to the west of the village and Liphook Golf Club is to the south, straddling the Portsmouth Road that was formerly the A3.

Liphook Equine Hospital is one of the largest specialist veterinary practices in the UK. We are dedicated to the horse world providing an ambulatory and referral service 24/7.

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Amateur drama has been a feature of village life since before World War 2. Liphook Amateur Dramatic Society (LADS) existed at least between the 1930s (revived 1955) and 1969.[15] Two companies currently (2014) exist - Liphook Amateur Productions (LAMPS) and The MAD (Methodist Amateur Dramatic) Company.[16]

Liphook was located on both the main road (A3) and rail (Portsmouth Direct Line) links between London and Portsmouth, but is now bypassed by the A3. It is served by Liphook railway station.

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Liphook grew further as a coach stop on the London - Portsmouth route. In Tudor times mail was sent from London to Portsmouth via Southampton and the route through Liphook was only used in emergencies, such as the Armada of 1588. The map of 1675 by John Ogilby shows this road bypassing Bramshott and going through Lippock, however the quality of this road was very poor.

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So to coach again, and got to Lippock, late over Hindhead, having an old man, a guide, in the coach with us; but got thither with great fear of being out of our way, it being ten at night. Here good, honest people; and after supper, to bed.

Liphook Millennium Centre contains a cinema and facilities for community events and occasions.[13]

It seems some people escaped from the manors of Bramshott, Chiltlee and Ludshott to Liphook, an area above the marshes around the River Wey, to evade taxes of their local Lords.[1]

During the hot summer of 1983, Liphook made the news as the hottest spot (33.7C) in the United Kingdom on three days in July.[10][11]

Liphook is in the parliamentary constituency of East Hampshire, and included in the parish of Liphook & Bramshott together with several other settlements nearby.[12]

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The village grew as a coaching stop between London and Portsmouth during the 17th and 18th centuries. It served as a base during the First World War and the Second World War for Canadian troops stationed in Southern England.

Originally travellers' needs were catered for by stalls, eventually replaced by the half-timbered houses that exist around The Square. Growth accelerated with wagons being replaced by coaches, and coaching in Liphook was firmly established by 1660. The roads were often unmaintained and unsigned - Samuel Pepys records three journeys by this road in May 1661, April 1662 and August 1668, on the latter staying in Lippock:

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Liphook is a large village in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 4.1 miles (6.6 km) west of Haslemere, bypassed by the A3 road, and lies on the Hampshire/West Sussex border.

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