Alver Valley Trail

Gosport Borough Council has designated the Alver Valley as a Country Park and is taking every opportunity to secure additional funding, on top of capital funding, to add to the offer of an exceptional ‘green lung’ in the borough.

The Alver Valley is a landscape dominated by the medieval water meadows running north-south, and with the Motte and Bailey, medieval Grange Farm, evidence for numerous Neolithic finds, a long barrow, pill boxes and ancient woodland – the HAZ presents the perfect opportunity to highlight the significant heritage interest of the area.

More details on the Country Park can be found on the Alver Valley Country Park Strategy

Key Facts

April 2020 – March 2024

Attract visitors
Conserve Gosport’s heritage landscape
Improve health, wellbeing and quality of life
Improve signage

Gosport Borough Council
Gosport Voluntary Action

Gosport Borough Council
Countryside Stewardship (Natural England)

Where are we now?

We are currently working with Gosport Voluntary Action (GVA) as part of their Walking Past project which is funded through the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This is now available on the Outdoor Guide website