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Families moving to Petersfield and the local area can find the latest Ofsted scores HERE.
The You.Gov census in 2011 recorded Petersfield’s population as 15,000.
30 minutes from Chichester, Petersfield sits beside the A3 offering fast routes to Portsmouth, Guildford and central London. The fastest trains to London Waterloo take 1 hour and 3 minutes.
Petersfield has its own newspaper, The Petersfield Post, covering local news and events.
As well as UK, local and international Petersfield removals, Armishaws also provide services for people relocating in the surrounding area including;
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If you’re ready to ‘go native’ having unpacked the last box and decided to leave tackling the garage for another day, here’s our look at the very best to discover and enjoy in Petersfield;
Towering, unctuous deserts, healthy smoothies, artisan coffee, Josie’s is a small, family run chain of local coffee shops and simply delicious!! Your new No1 hangout.
Can’t cook (can’t be bothered?), no problem. Madeleine’s Kitchen is an amazing deli, packed full of delights for foodies and home chefs, it also has a superb meal delivery service. Yum!
If you’re looking to transform a room in your new home, your first stop should be Vintage Boathouse. Set in an amazing location, it’s packed full of chic design and interiors goodies.
You can celebrate your new home in style thanks to The General Wine Company. Holding courses and events, their knowledgeable team are on hand to help you discover new tipples.
Nestled in the heart of South Downs National Park, pretty Petersfield is surrounded by stunning countryside, quaint villages and yet has excellent commuter links to London, Surrey and the south coast.
Located where the A272 and A3 (which now diverts around the town) meet, the towns’ wealth originally grew from the wool and tannery trades. Today the cattle market and medieval fairs are long gone (during the 1960s many of the historic building were also lost) but the town has retained its village feel while still having a modern buzz, good communication (high broadband speeds) and a number of local events.
With a history dating back over 4,000 years, there is certainly plenty to explore. The Petersfield Music Festival is a classical and choral event that attracts world class musicians and plenty of music fans. There is also the Petersfield Vintage Antique & Militaria Fair which is another major event on the local calendar.
Surrounded by stunning countryside there are great spaces for dog walking, cycling, running and walking. The town has a large pond and parkland and also a wide variety of local, independent shops and cafés.
Sitting between Guildford to the north and Chichester to the south, Petersfield is on the crossroads of the A272 (east to west) and A3 offering fast routes to Central London and Portsmouth. Trains to London Waterloo can take just 1 hour and 3 minutes. Gatwick is 1 hour by car.