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To help your family make the move, you’ll find current Ofsted scores and reports for Fareham HERE.
The 2011 You.Gov census recorded a population of 42,000 for Fareham.
Fareham sits beside the M27 motorway, a short distance from the M3 junction offering fast routes to the M25 and central London. To the east the M27 connects with Chichester and Brighton, heading west you’ll reach Southampton and Southampton International Airport. The fastest trains to London Victoria reach the capital in 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The Daily Echo covers Fareham news and events.
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Once you’ve finished your removals Fareham has a lot to offer. To help you find your feet here’s our pick of the very best of Fareham;
If you’re new to the town it’s vital you take care of the important things first. That’s why we’re starting with the excellent Fareham Wine Shop serving wines, local beers, spirits and more.
Robin’s Nest Emporium is a lovely place to browse and pick up something a little bit different. The ever-changing stock means it’s always worth popping in.
Going green? Check out this healthy, zero waste eco shop. Take your own containers and only buy what you need. Good food, great for the environment, gentle on the waistline.
Fans of real beer will love West Street Alehouse, they stock a huge range of independent brews and beers. A truly brilliant shop, we’re big fans.
This quiet, unassuming town has had a varied and interesting history. Finds unearthed in the local area trace local life back to the Second Ice Age. Fareham was recorded in the Doomsday Book and by the 12th century had become a bustling port with wine being one of its chief imports. The town rose to fame thanks to the work of local foundry owner William Cort, who invented new ways of producing iron that helped build the town’s wealth. Leather tanning and brickmaking both became major sources of employment and the town was thriving with a population of 65,000 by the 1960s.
Sadly, the river silted up and jobs began to the decline. However, the charm of Fareham remains, with many outdoor areas, shops and local amenities as well as quick access to Portsmouth and Southampton.
Fareham is nestled between two large cities (Portsmouth and Southampton), so while the town doesn’t suffer from the bustle and noise of city living, it does benefit from proximity with everything in easy reach. A number one theatre (The Mayflower, Southampton), cinema complexes, bowling alleys, shopping malls, Portsmouth also boasts an outlet shopping mall, Gunwharf Quays, featuring designer brands at discounted prices.
Fareham itself has a number of clubs and societies if you want to get involved and meet people. There are also local events held throughout the year.
Located just beside the M27 motorway between Portsmouth and Southampton, Fareham is a relatively small town that benefits from its bigger neighbours. Trains to London (Victoria) take just 1 hour 30 minutes, while by car the M3 connects with the M27 close to the town, offering routes to the M25 and London. Southampton Airport is under 30 minutes away for frequent flyers and a sunseekers.