Green fields and blue skies on the South Downs Way

Drinking Water Point (Queen Elizabeth Country Park)

Service type: Water point Water stop

Queen Elizabeth Country Park, South Downs National Park, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0QE, UK

Drinking water tap and small trough next to cafe courtyard.

Grid Ref. SU 718 185

This water point was installed by the South Downs Volunteer Ranger Service and funded by the Paul Millmore* legacy fund and the Drinking Fountain Association.

With thanks to Hampshire County Council for granting permission for this tap and supply of their water.

The next nearest water points are - Drinking Water Point (Sustainability Centre), 3.5 miles west. Drinking Water Point (Hill Barn), 13 miles east.

Please note that some water taps will be turned off and drained between November and April to avoid freezing.

*Paul Millmore was a lifelong countryside campaigner who fought for National Park designation for the South Downs. Paul was the founder of the South Downs Volunteer Ranger Service and author of the official guide to the South Downs Way.


Please note that taps may be turned off during cold weather to prevent freezing.

Drinking Water Point, QECP
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