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At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census Havant’s population stood at 42,000.
Sitting where the A3(M) meets the A/M27, Havant has excellent transport links. The A3 heads through scenic routes to Guildford and London, while the A/M27 stretches through three counties, from Southampton and the New Forest to Hastings. There are good rail links across the south coast, the fastest trains to London take 1 hour and 17 minutes
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With the packing boxes finally empty and the first tester paints on the wall, it’s time to start exploring the area. Here’s our pick of the best Havant has to offer;
If you’re looking to put your own stamp on your new home then Stephen Anthony Design are a complete design and installation service. Stylish brands, amazing finish!
Yes, Havant has its own brewery, what’s more it’s ruddy good! Their vegan friendly, exceptionally tasty beer is delivered in their zero-emissions van. What’s not to love?!?
Top quality fish and chips are a thing of real beauty. Step forward Deep Blue, Havant’s No1 fish and chip bar. Great menus, excellent service, top quality nosh!
This small chain of Hampshire based café/patisseries are a real treat. Whether you’re stopping for a drink and a bite or getting your cake-fix, this is artisan baking at its best.
Sitting on the Hampshire coast between Portsmouth and Chichester, Havant has excellent transport links and is a good commuter base for a number of nearby towns.
The entire borough actually extends as far as Hayling Island. Previously Havant was a Celtic village before the Roman’s arrived and took charge of things. Today it’s a modern location, popular with families but still retains some of its quaint roots (including buildings that were made with timbers taken from the Spanish Armada).
Nearby Hayling Island is an idyllic spot with an amusement park, miles of beaches and a holiday atmosphere.
The town has good shops, a market, numerous sports clubs (including a well-known football club), groups and societies. There is a rifle and pistol club, theatre groups and a well-regarded tennis club. Sailing is also popular in the local area if you fancy dipping your toes into something new.
Havant sits in the elbow where the A3(M) meets the A/M27, giving access to Guildford and London as well as Chichester and Brighton. Heading west are Portsmouth, Southampton and the New Forest. Good rail links offer access across the south coast and trains to London can take as little as 1 hour and 17 minutes.
Sitting where the A3(M) meets the A/M27, Havant has excellent transport links. The A3 heads through scenic routes to Guildford and London, while the A/M27 stretches through three counties, from Southampton and the New Forest to Hastings. There are good rail links across the south coast, the fastest trains to London take 1 hour and 17 minutes.