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Newbury’s population is 38,762 according to the You.Gov census, 2011.
A short hop from the M4 and close to the M3, Newbury sits beside the A34 which runs between Oxford and Winchester. The closest airport is Southampton (50 minutes) and trains to London can take as little as 42 minutes.
The local newspaper is Newbury Today.
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With your Newbury removals complete, clothes and pictures hung up, colour testers daubed on walls, it’s time to get out and explore the best of Newbury. These are our top choices to help you ‘go native’;
With its wonderfully eccentric décor, tantalising menus, child and dog friendly welcome and superb coffees, cakes and cocktails it’s the perfect place to meet friends.
With the chaos of moving home behind you, it’s time to relax and unwind. The excellent team at Inn At Home are helpful, knowledgeable and stock an amazing array of tipples.
Select the finest ingredients from the butchers, a few treats from the bakery, peruse the farm shop and then enjoy a slice of cake in the café. All shopping should be this good!
Making department stores funky, Camp Hopson has all the wonderful traditions and customer service you’d expect, mixed with sleek design and stylish finds.
Surrounded by the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Newbury is perhaps best known for its racecourse. A picturesque market town, it sits in the Kennet Valley, a short distance from Oxford, Winchester and Swindon with excellent commuter links and easy access to the M4.
It was a major stop for coaches (one inn alone had space for 300 horses!) before the arrival of the Great Western Railway taking London gentry from the city to Bath. Later it became known for links to nearby Greenham Common air base and the controversial Newbury bypass, both of which hit the headlines during numerous protests.
Today it is home to a number of big business, in particular telecommunications, technology and media. It’s also in a region of some great wineries, vineyards and farms, so whether you like your grapes fresh from the vine or fermented, there is certainly plenty of local produce to enjoy.
There are two theatres, The Watermill and Corn Exchange, a cinema, three golf courses, a leisure centre with gym, swimming pool, sports hall and soft play for younger Newbury newbies. The town has excellent shops and some particularly good restaurants and eateries to enjoy and a good selection of independent shops and even a department store.
History buffs will have plenty to explore with castles and sites of historic interest in the area but if your passion is speed then both Newbury Racecourse and Donnington Park motor racing circuit are close by. Both venues also host concerts featuring major artists.
There are also miles of countryside to enjoy with the North Wessex Downs, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the real Watership Down on your doorstep.
Reading, Winchester, Oxford and Swindon are all within 30 minutes of Newbury (by car) and the M4 and M3 are both within easy reach. The nearest airport can be found at Southampton, while fast trains to London take just 42 minutes.