The former capital of England, Winchester, is a city in the county of Hampshire, on the edge of England’s South Downs National Park. It’s known for medieval Winchester Cathedral, with its 17th-century Morley Library, the Winchester Bible and a Norman crypt. Nearby are the ruins of Wolvesey Castle and the Winchester City Mill, a working 18th-century corn mill. The Great Hall of Winchester Castle houses the medieval round table linked to King Arthur.
Although Winchester is a beautiful City the properties, especially the older ones, are still prone to the horror of damp. Damp unfortunately is the cause of all timber decay in properties, including the dreaded Dry Rot fungus (Serpula lacrymans) which should be avoided at all cost.