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White Hart in Portchester takes it name from the road that connects with Castle Street - and Cranleigh Road, near Wicor Primary School which lies just outside further west.
When was it developed?
The street layouts suggest that it was mostly developed as part of a planned post war expansion around Portchester Community School and Portchester Community Centre sites, which are both centrally located within the neighbourhood.