Kings Worthy SO23 7 is a village and parish in Hampshire, England, approximately two miles north-east of Winchester. Kings Worthy neighbours Abbots Barton and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The main road (Springvale Road) is served by regular buses going to the centre of Winchester. The parish is crossed by the A33, which merges with the A34 immediately to the south. Kings Worthy formerly had a Rail Station on the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway. It was by-passed to the west by the London and South Western Railway (the main line) and to the north by the Alton, Alresford and Winchester Railway, known as the Watercress Line.
Famous for Thomas The Tank Engine and his friends Open Days.
The Dower House Nursing Home occupies a prominent position in the centre of the Village. Abbots Brton Nursing Home on the Worthy Road and Brendon Care at Park Road.
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