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Schools – Bere Regis has one primary school listed locally. You can see Ofsted scores here.
Population – In 2011 the village’s population stood at 1,745.
Transport – The village of Bere Regis is located at the meeting point of the A31 (to the M27) and A35 (to Bournemouth) although both roads bypass the village itself. There is a train station in Wareham (6 miles) and the Dorset coast is 10 miles to the south. The nearest airport is Bournemouth.
News – Bere Regis has its own dedicated website for local info and general happenings, BereRegis.org.
Bere Regis removals might be your end destination, Armishaws provide relocation services across the surrounding area including;
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This fabulous village has some great local independent business that are loved by the local community, well supported and definitely worth checking out;
Bartlett’s Country Stores
If you’re new to country life Barlett’s Country Stores will help take care of you, your pets, your horse, your wellies, it’s even the place to buy your Christmas tree!
Grain free, nutritious, natural treats for your dog delivered to your door. These pup-tastic snacks even come in vegetarian options. Creating a happy home for your four-legged family members.
If you’re looking for old gems for your new home, Dorset Reclamation are a treasure trove of oldies but goldies for both indoors and out.
Regal Upholstery Ltd
Give older furniture a new lease of life thanks to the renovation skills of Regal. It’s not only a great way to save the pieces you love, it’s also better for the environment.
With royal connections, a plethora of wells, an Iron Age hill fort and quiet village life, Bere Regis is a picturesque place with thatched cottages, a stream and all the elements that sing of the English countryside. Just 10 miles from the coast and within easy reach of larger towns (for frequent shoppers), it is a much sought-after location with many desirable properties.
Two cycle routes run through the village, Purbeck Ride and Lawrence Ride, plus the Jubilee Trail walking route. There are two village pubs for those that like to stay local, although there are plenty of great country pubs to explore in the area. The active local community hold events in Bere Regis which is surrounded by stunning scenery including the wonderfully named Piddle Valley. The village sits within the Higher Hyde Heath Nature Reserve which is a happy hunting ground for twitchers and photographers.
Where the A31 (to the M27) and A35 (to Bournemouth) meet, although both routes bypass the village itself, Bere Regis sits gently off the beaten track. Wareham Station is 6 miles away, while Dorset’s famous coast is 10 miles to the south. Bournemouth International the closest airport.