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View the latest Ofsted scores and reports for the Alton area here
The 2011 census recorded Alton’s population as 18,261.
Sitting on the A31, close to both the A3 and M3, 11 miles from Aldershot, Alton is 34 minutes from Southampton (also the location of the nearest airport). The fastest trains to London arrive at Waterloo station in 1 hour and 7 minutes.
Alton’s local news and events can be found in the Alton Herald.
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Take a look the pride of Alton with our selection of the best local businesses;
‘A little corner of Italy’, this family-run deli-café serves daily treats, excellent coffee and stocks pasta, wines, olive oil and other delicious Italian delicacies.
Farm fresh produce, responsibly raised free-range meats, local goodies. Enjoy the taste of Hampshire straight from the countryside.
Beer lovers can shop local at the Triple FFF Brewery. You can walk in and buy direct from the brewery and take home some funky, music themed brews.
What could be better than toasting your new home with locally produced sparkling wine? How about award-winning, eco-friendly sparkling wine? Unconventional and exceptional.
New home, new habits. This zero-waste shop stocks household goods and healthy food to help you reduce plastic and food waste which is better for your budget, waistline and the planet.
Rich Romans, warring Saxons, two famous battles, breweries, vineyards, the home and work of Jane Austen, plus the real tale of Sweet Fanny Adams, Alton is a fascinating small town with a vibrant community and colourful past.
There are excellent independent shops, stunning scenery, good eateries and five supermarkets! If you do need to travel, there are quick routes to the coast and you can be in the centre of London in just over an hour. The town has a history of brewing beer and was once a centre of hop production for the region.
Shoppers have a weekly market every Tuesday which can trace its trading routes back to 1232. Foodies will find plenty of fresh goods as well as a raft of excellent indie shops, from bakers and delis, to farm shops and furniture up-cycling. If you prefer your cycling on two wheels there are miles of stunning countryside to get out and explore. Alternatively, the town’s leisure centre has classes, a gym, pool and more.
11 miles from Aldershot and 34 minutes from Southampton Alton has excellent transport links. The towns lies on the A31, within easy reach of both the A3 and M3. Trains to London Waterloo take in 1 hour and 7 minutes. The closest airport is Southampton international