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If your family is on the move you can view Ofsted scores and reports for the Portsmouth area HERE.
The most recent You.Gov census (2011) recorded Portsmouth’s population as 238,000.
Portsmouth is serviced by the short M275 which joins the M27, close to the M3 junction offering routes to Surrey, London and the M25. Direct trains to London Victoria take 1 hour and 27 minutes. The nearest airport is Southampton International.
The best source for local ‘Pompey’ news and events is The News
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Our Portsmouth removals are just the beginning of you ‘going native’. To help you make roots, here’s a rundown of the very best Pompey has to offer;
Portsmouth really does have its own look, in fact it has its very own clothing brand. The Strong Island Clothing Co offer style with a slightly nautical flavour. Mixing fashion with functionality.
This tasty deli showcases the best local produce. A great place to pop in and pick-up something special, they host foodie workshops and a handy deli-very (?!?) service.
The taste of Portsmouth, Irving & Co are an award-winning, independent brewery that host events, tours and a chance to sample their fantastic wares. Cheers!
Armani, Boss, Polo, Dune, Gunwharf Quay houses some of the best names at outlet prices. A great place to browse with an excellent selection of restaurants and cafes on the waterfront.
Sitting on Portsea Island, historic Portsmouth has a proud naval heritage but it’s also a modern, forward thinking city with a strong tech industry, great shopping and excellent transport links.
The city was the primary embarkation point for the D-Day landings in 1944 and again played a major part in preparing the fleet that sailed to the Falkland Islands in 1982. The home of the British Navy, it now houses the Mary Rose and Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory. The quays also play a major part in the city’s nightlife and shopping with a number of popular places to eat, drink and shop.
Portsmouth has a busy and varied events calendar, there are a wide selection of festivals throughout the year celebrating music, beer, food, comedy as well as Portsmouth’s seafaring routes. The city’s museums and historic sites are well worth a visit, there are also heritage trails and listed buildings around ‘Pompey’.
Sports fans are well-catered for, several golf courses will help keep enthusiasts in the swing, while Pompey FC have had mixed results since time spent in the top flight of English football.
The marinas and quays are popular with locals and visitors while the city’s standout landmark, the Spinnaker Tower, is a must if you have a head for heights.
Despite its island routes, Portsmouth is well-connected. Regular direct trains to London Victoria take 1 hour 27 minutes. By car the route off Portsea is the M275, connecting with the M27 just off the junction for the M3 for the M25 and London. The closest airport is at Southampton, 25 minutes away.