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At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census, Gosport had a population of 71,000.
Close to the M27, which runs east to Chichester and Brighton and connects with the M3 for the M25 and London, Gosport is certainly well connected. Ferries run between Gosport and Portsmouth, there are also local ferry services to the Isle for Wight and also mainland Europe. The nearest train station is across the water in Portsmouth with direct trains to London.
The best source of local news is the Southern Daily Echo.
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Your Gosport removals are just the beginning. Once the last box is unpacked and you’ve decided where the pictures should hang, it’s time to get out and explore. Here our pick of the best Gosport has to offer;
Local beers, cocktails, New Forest Ice Cream, outside seating overlooking the marina, there’s perhaps no finer spot to enjoy your new life in Gosport.
This independent record shop is second to none. A friendly team who really know their music, their also great to follow on Facebook. A disc turning paradise for music fans.
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We’re willing to forgive them for their terrible pun, but only because the award-winning fish and chips they serve is out of this world! Friday night dinner officially sorted!
A naval town with a rich history including smugglers tales, daring-do, the town has been visited by kings and queens (Queen Victoria passed through the town on route to her favourite holiday home), Gosport has plenty to boast about.
It’s a great place to explore the South Coast or access the charms of the Isle of Wight. Ferries offer quick access to the shops of Portsmouth, but there are plenty of independent shops in Gosport itself.
The town still has proud naval ties and is home to Royal Navy boats and personnel.
There are three marinas with bars, boats, cafés and restaurants, many boasting excellent seafood as you would expect.
The ferry service offers quick access to Portsmouth with cinemas, bowling, theatres, live music venues and Gunwharf Quay (arguably some of the best shopping in Hampshire), Gosport also knows how to have a shindig and has a number of events through the year.
If sailing is your thing then you really will be in your element, but if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land and still enjoy the view there are lovely coastal walks and parks.
Gosport doesn’t have its own train station but Portsmouth Station runs trains to London and across the south including Brighton and Chichester. Car drivers have quick access to the M27 which connects with the M3 for the M25 and London. West the M27 takes happy shoppers to Southampton, east the road leads to Brighton, through the Sussex Downs on to Eastbourne and Hastings.