Weeke is close to Winchester in Hampshire England and is the first parish on leaving the city to the north-west beyond where the original Roman wall was located. It was originally a farming community with a ready market for produce in Winchester. Slowly the parish has changed in recent centuries from a small rural community to become an extension of Winchester as it has become a suburb of the City.

Historic Winchester is famous for its cathedral and long history, Jane Austen died in Winchester and is buried in there, and it was the capital of Wessex.


The Weeke area is fast becoming the most significant suburb of Winchester and includes Waitrose, Aldi and Co-operative supermarkets, the last mentioned including a Post Office.  A major doctors' surgery is located here, together with Boots, Costa Coffee, a range of restaurants and our large Weeke shop.  Our shop team of volunteers and Manager work in a really busy store and many Winchester families visit our contemporary shop. There is a high turnover of stock and there is always something new to find in store

Opening Times: Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 4.30pm
Tel: 01962 867058
Email: weeke@wessexcancer.org.uk