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See Parkstone Ofsted ratings for schools HERE.
According to the 2011 You.Gov census Parkstone has a population of 10,000. Poole’s population stands at 154,000.
On the outskirts of Poole, Parkstone is a great commuter destination for Poole, Bournemouth and Boscombe. Parkstone also has its own railway station, trains to Bournemouth take around 12 minutes.
You’ll find local news from the Bournemouth Echo both online and in print.
As well as Poole and Parkstone removals, we cover the surrounding area for national and international removals.
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Parkstone has some great shops and services in the area. Here’s a top picks for you to explore;
Got something to celebrate? Let’s Party specialise is decorations, balloon sculptures, cards, banners gifts and everything you need to get the party started.
With their friendly team of tech wizards, PCs Made Simple are on hand for repairs, upgrades and software. If you don’t know your Macbook from your Facebook, they’ve got you covered.
With a wide range of vehicles, RB Prestige Cars offer quality used cars with finance packages available to help get your motor running… head out on the highway (etc).
Fresh fish, wine, spirits cheese, if you’re looking for something a bit special or just want the finest fresh produce, then you can buy local from this excellent deli.
One of the gems of the south coast, Poole has a rich and varied history, from pirates and smugglers to inventors and musicians (Andy Summers of the Police recorded movie soundtracks from a studio in the town). Not forgetting the world famous Poole Pottery, which could make the perfect centrepiece when the dust settles after your Parkstone removals.
Haven Hotel Sandbanks is the sight of Marconi’s first ever radio transmission and worth a visit.
Food lovers should head to Poole Harbour where you’ll find freshly landed seafood and the area has an excellent selection of fish and chip shops.
The harbour is also home to a diverse range of wildlife including wading birds and seals. Boat trips take visitors out to explore the coastline and see some of the local inhabitants or you can get up close at Poole’s Sealife Centre.
Situated to the north east of Poole, Parkstone is conveniently close to Bournemouth not far from the A35. Parkstone Train Station is a short 12-minute hop from Bournemouth with connecting trains to Bath, Bristol, Southampton and Portsmouth.