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The local area guide to living in Sandhurst

Famous for sharing its name with the nearby Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the town of Sandhurst has much to offer. Positioned just in the corner of Berkshire, bordering Surrey and Hampshire, Sandhurst is home in total to over 22,000 residents. These are divided into four separate wards, including College Town, Owlsmoor, Little Sandhurst, and the main Central Sandhurst. Sandhurst is also part of Bracknell Forest borough, and the town of Bracknell is located 7 miles away. Central London is also easily accessible to Sandhurst residents, just 33 miles from the town centre.

There’s a strong community spirit fostered in Sandhurst, with numerous social clubs, recreation areas, and public houses. One of the top gathering spots is Sandhurst Memorial Park. Its well-planned greenery houses a cricket square, tennis courts, a pavilion, and seven football pitches. There’s also a popular Day Centre and children’s play areas onsite. One of the highlights of the social calendar in Sandhurst is the Donkey Derby, although sporting tournaments take place frequently.

Information about the local residents

According to census figures from 2011, the ward of Central Sandhurst is home to over 5,000 residents. Approximately 87% of locals were born in England, with 90% born in the UK as a whole. The remaining 10% hail from diverse countries including Zimbabwe, Hong Kong, India, Kenya, and South Africa among others.

Although just over 15% of residents have no formal qualifications, 42.5% were educated to NVQ Level 3 or higher. This is equivalent to the Bracknell Forest area as a whole. Professional, Administrative and secretarial, and Associate professional and technical were the main types of occupations listed by residents at the time of the latest census.

Nearby schools

Although just over 15% of residents have no formal qualifications, 42.5% were educated to NVQ Level 3 or higher. This is equivalent to the Bracknell Forest area as a whole. Professional, Administrative and secretarial, and Associate professional and technical were the main types of occupations listed by residents at the time of the latest census.

There are numerous primary schools in Sandhurst. The oldest is St Michael’s C of E Primary. Constructed in 1862, it has flourished since then to offer what is now a ‘good’ education. The Early Years provision at St Michael’s was also rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Additional options include the Nursery and Primary school at Owlsmoor Primary. Uplands Primary School is one of the newer schools in town, and has consistently held onto an ‘outstanding’ rating by Ofsted in its past two inspections.

Getting around

Conveniently placed for travel both throughout Berkshire and into central London alike, Sandhurst offers many transport options. Those who prefer to take public transport will find extensive bus services on hand as well as the main Sandhurst railway station. This connects Sandhurst with Reading, Guildford, and Gatwick Airport. Camberley Railway Station is also a short distance away. This is the best option for those arriving at the RMA Sandhurst.

Motorists are also well served, with Sandhurst lying in close proximity to the A30 motorway. Both the M3 and M4 are just minutes away, and central London can be accessed in under an hour depending on traffic. Reading is also easily accessible, and many residents choose to commute into one of these cities.

Local shops

Residents of Sandhurst will find a fully stocked traditional High Street available, lined with thriving shops, eateries, and services. This includes bank branches, charity shops, fashion boutiques, pet stores, and bakeries. For basic grocery needs, there’s a Co-operative supermarket and a Tesco. Hair salons are also in abundance. There’s a good handful of historic public houses to choose from. Locals prefer the oldest and cosiest, which is the friendly Rose and Crown.

Tucked into the countryside between Sandhurst and Camberley, the Meadows Shopping Centre offers a variety of convenient shops. It’s famous for having one of the two largest Marks and Spencer department stores in the country. There’s also a giant Tesco Extra with a 24-hour petrol station, a Next clothing and home goods store, and other brand names.

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