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The local area guide to living in Bordon

Located in East Hampshire, Bordon is a busy town which forms part of the civil parish of Whitehill. A sought out area, Bordon’s close proximity to the A325 Road, along with various public transport options, has made it a desirable location for young professionals. Historically known as a town of great military influence, owing to the 1600 acres of military base that remain from the war, Bordon is also known nowadays as a green town which has been awarded Eco Town status for its environmentally friendly changes made since 2009.

Information about the local residents

According to the recent census, the population of Bordon has gradually increased over the years, with the population now exceeding 16,000. The desirable location, combined with easy commuting routes into both nearby towns and larger cities such as London, means Bordon is predominantly popular among young professionals looking to commute. The importance placed on young people's’ education as a result of the close proximity to England’s capital, alongside Bordon’s pledge to being economically friendly results in Bordon being a perfect location for those with plans to raise a family.

Nearby schools

There is a heavy emphasis on educational welfare in and around Bordon. Perhaps due to the increasing demand for particular skill sets to gain desirable paying jobs in the capital, Bordon has responded to the need for higher education with the provision of multiple educational bodies and institutes which parents can choose from. Primary schools include Bordon Junior School, which accepts students aged 7-11 and gained a ‘2’ in their most recent Ofsted report, and Weyford Junior School: a slightly larger institute which currently provides services for 320 children.

Also situated locally is Hollywater Primary School; a special education institution which recently received a ‘2’ from Ofsted for high quality provision of additional support. This high standard of special education is a large selling point for parents whose children have learning difficulties, as it can be difficult to find education of the same high quality elsewhere.

Nearby secondary school Mill Chase Academy offers education for ages 11 through to 16, and is within easy walking distance of the centre of Bordon.

Getting around

Since the closure of Bordon’s own railway station in 1966, the nearest station can now be found in the nearby village of Lipton, just 4 miles away. Whilst still a convenient location with its close proximity, there have been discussions over the possibility of reinstating direct train links to Bordon in the near future, which would be a highly positive outlook for those needing to make daily commutes. From Liphook, however, there is a direct train which travels to London, taking only an hour; perfect for professionals needing to commute to the capital for work.

For those traveling a little closer to home, a bus service is also provided by Stagecoach to get passengers from A to B. For travel around Bordon and Whitehill, locals can use the town bus – a community-run, friendly bus service operating around the area for an inexpensive fee; part of Bordon’s extensive development plan to transform into an eco-friendly town.

Local shops

Unlike its surrounding villages, Bordon is not renowned for being a traditional market town. As a result, it offers a wider and more spread out selection of amenities. For all retail shopping requirements, Bordon has a large shopping centre, in which can be found locally run craft shops and cafes, as well as more familiar chain stores such as Co-Ops and Wilkos. The larger town didn’t miss a trick, and managed to incorporate three supermarkets for all grocery shopping, and two post offices. This is alongside various other small and independent stores - from gifts, to clothes to books; everything you could think of is likely to be found somewhere within the shopping center.

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