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If you’re relocating with your family, you can view the latest Ofsted scores for Egham HERE.
The population of Egham stood at 25,000 in the 2011 You.Gov census.
Sitting beside the M23, a short distance from the M3 and M4, Egham is certainly well connected. Heathrow airport is an 8-minute car journey. The fastest trains to London Waterloo take 41 minutes. For thrill seekers it’s just a 12-minute drive to Thorpe Park Resort.
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Having completed your Egham removals, you can ‘go native’ and start exploring the town. To help point you in the right direction, here’s our pick of the very best of Egham;
Yes! Egham has its very own brewery. An award-winning, micro-brewery no less. There’s also a welcoming tap room to do a spot of sampling before taking the best beers home.
Ecofully is a zero waste, plastic free shop selling gifts, household essentials, stationary, fair-trade food and drink, even gardenalia and cleaning products. Great ethos, great shop!
Potty about pottery? Want to give it a go? At the fantastic and charming Genevieve Pottery you can paint your own piece of pottery, to make the perfect present (phew!).
If your green fingers are already itching to get out in your new garden, then this independent nursery is the ideal place to find something a little bit different and suitably special.
Egham might occasionally be overshadowed by its noisier neighbour Staines (now rebranded Staines-upon-Thames to distance itself from the image created by a certain Ali G), the town has royal connections and a fascinating history.
Royals have visited Egham throughout history, it has a royal show, royal collage, and Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Queen Victoria have all popped by. However, Egham’s biggest royal boast is it was here that King John signed the Magna Carter, a document that changed English history forever and is considered by many as the cornerstone of modern democracy across the world.
Today Egham’s a bustling commuter town with great amenities, good schools and excellent transport links, while surrounded by fantastic countryside.
There is so much to do in Egham, the real question will be fitting it all in every week. There’s a leisure centre with gym and swimming pool, rowing club, bowls club, art club, theatre group, boat hire, running club, cycle teams… Are you out of breath yet? Then how about the theatre, cinema (Staines), museum (this is the site of the signing of the Magna Carta after all), river walks, national park land, nearby lakes and Egham is a destination for some of the world’s best polo players and has attracted a number of royals.
Still thirsty for more? Then perhaps the annual beer festival will tickle your taste buds. Or the Egham Royal Show? Windsor Castle and Thorpe Park Resort are both a short drive away. Hop on the train and you’ll be in London’s West End, museums or Regent Street. OK, we’re going for a lie down!
Close to the M3 and M4 giving access to the South West or Wales and just off the M25, Egham is an exceptional commuter location. 8 minutes from Heathrow Airport, London is also easily accessible with trains taking 41 minutes to London Waterloo.