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You can see the latest Ofsted scores and reports for the Midhurst area HERE.
Midhurst’s population was under 5,000 at the time of the 2011 You.Gov census.
On the A272, a short hop from the A3 to Guildford and London, Midhurst is nestled within a number of smaller country roads without a motorway or dual carriageway in sight. Chichester is the nearest city, 20 minutes by car. The nearest train station is at Haslemere, a 17-minute drive. Midhurst has three major airports all within approximately 1 hour, Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton.
The local newspaper is the Midhurst & Petworth Observer.
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Having made move and completed your Midhurst removals, it’s time to ‘go native’ and explore. So here’s our pick of the best Midhurst has to offer;
It seems fitting that Café Verdi sits in the heart of this green and pleasant town. What’s even better are the delicious cakes, savouries and friendly atmosphere
Not just any old stuff, wonderful gifts, charming homeware, locally made soaps, handcrafted jewellery, fragrances, furnishings. An amazing shop you’ll visit again and again
If you love being green and have a penchant for upcycled furniture, then Jazz Walker have wonderful pieces to help lift and transform any new room
Arguably the greatest thing since sliced bread, Midhurst bakery is a weekly stop you just have to include. Forget mass produced loaves, find out why artisan bakeries are the best!
Sitting on the crossroads of the A272 (east to west) and A286 (north to south), Midhurst is a fascinating and much sought-after location, with over 100 listed buildings among a relatively small population. Despite the ‘town’ status, Midhurst is smaller than many UK villages and retains a village feel. In fact, it was once voted the second best place to live in the UK by Country Life magazine.
There are independent shops, excellent eateries and lovely alleyways and streets for newcomers to explore. The town has also been the scene of grisly murders!!! Well, murder novels, Ruth Rendell, HG Wells and Anya Seton all drew inspiration from Midhurst.
It is believed that Midhurst has over 50 clubs and societies so you certainly won’t be short of things to do. There’s even a Morris Dance Troupe (“…with a hey nonny nonny!”. )
If you prefer your walking without bells on, then Midhurst sits on the western edge of the South Downs National Park. There is plenty for history loves with the remains of a castle, Cowdray House, and sites visited by Henry VIII, Edward VI and Elizabeth the I who all stayed overnight in the town on several occasions.
Festivals also play a part in local life including MADhurst and an annual Midhurst in Bloom festival.
Criss crossed by the A272 (Petersfield to Uckfield) and A286 (Haslemere to Chichester), Midhurst lies a short distance from the A3 giving fast access to London and Guildford. The nearest train station is Haslemere where trains to London take under an hour. Chichester is the nearest city, roughly a 20-minute drive away. There are three major airports all within an hour’s drive, Southampton, Heathrow and Gatwick. major airports all within an hour’s drive, Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton.