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Poole offers highly rated schools. You can see the latest Ofsted reports HERE.
The last You.Gov census in 2011 stated Poole’s has a population of 154,000.
The A350 runs north from Poole, connecting with the A303, a major route across the South West that meets the M3 for the M25. East of the town, the A31 travels through the New Forest before merging with the M27 for Southampton, Portsmouth and routes to Brighton. Ferry services run from Poole to Cherbourg. Trains to London Waterloo take approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
The best source for local news in print and online is the Bournemouth Echo.
At Armishaws, we’ve been providing premier removals to Poole and the local area are since 1973, including;
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Once you’ve unpacked that last box following your Poole removals it’s time to go native. To help set you on the right path, here’s our selection of the very best Poole has to offer;
One of our favourite Poole locations, not only does it have great views, friendly staff and serve excellent coffee, but the cakes are sensational! More please!
Where the wonderful scent of freshly printed books and adventure greets you as you walk in the door. A traditional bookseller with a wealth of knowledge and friendly staff.
The name says it all, a great place to stroll and pick up the best local produce, fresh fish, or take a seat and sample it in store. Delicious!
Shining a spotlight on small artisan wine producers as well as great wines from across the world, this is the perfect place to pick up something special for any occasion.
One of the UK’s most historic yet strangely lesser celebrated towns, Poole has been the site of many important events. Marconi’s first radio transmission took place here, it was a major embarkation point for the D-Day landings, the first ever Scout camp took place on Brownsea Island. The Tolpuddle Martyrs embarked for Australia from Poole Harbour which sits on the edge of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site, close to the New Forest and is the second largest natural harbour in the world.
There really is so much to do in Poole, you can use it as a base to explore the New Forest and Jurassic Coast. The town is home to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, has a wealth of excellent cafes and restaurants. Of course, the seafood is exceptional and the harbour also offers great opportunities for sightseeing and fishing.
You can head to nearby Sandbanks for a spot of celeb spotting or hop on a ferry to France. A cinema, theatre, live music venues and festivals and events throughout the year means you’ll never be short of things to do.
Heading due north, the A350 connects with the A303, one of the major routes across the South West. Stretching east the A31 winds through the New Forest National Park before going on to the M27 for the M3 and routes to Southampton, Portsmouth and Brighton. Daily ferry services run from Poole to Cherbourg. There are also direct train routes to London Waterloo.