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The local area guide to living in Frimley

Found to the far west of Surrey, on the border with Hampshire, the town of Frimley has been at its site for centuries. A farming village with evidence of settlement going back to 673, the town grew a great deal as a coaching stop along the London to Portsmouth road.

The Basingstoke canal passes through the town and is one of the richest waterways in England, with a great deal of wildlife, and its narrow boating proving quite popular. The Frimley Park hospital services most of the region and contains several accident wards, as well as, maternity and surgery facilities. The hospital also hosts a Ministry of Defence hospital unit at all times.

Nearby Frimley Green is home to the Lakeside Country Club, the venue for international darts tournaments held by the British Darts Organisation. Frimley itself has a UK cadet training centre just outside it. Frimley Lodge Park is another popular nearby destination, known for canal side walking routes, forest hikes, sports facilities and much-loved children’s play areas.

Information about the local residents

As previously mentioned, the area hosts several large businesses. Siemens Mobile have their headquarters in the town, whilst Genesys Telecommunications, AMD and Novartis Pharmaceuticals all take up residence in the business park. As such, many of the residents work in a professional or technical capacity (approximately 35% of the town’s 6,178 people).

The town’s average resident is 40 years old and 6 out of 10 identify as Christian. Only 80% of the town were, in fact, born in England. A proportion of residents hail from other parts of the UK, India and the Philippines. The area is an affluent one, slightly more so than most of the UK, which may be due to the large incidence of international businesses within the town.

Nearby schools

Several schools can be found within Frimley, or in close proximity to it. The Grove Primary school and the Lakeside Primary school provide schooling for children between the ages of 5 and 13 years, though some parents choose to send their children to the Frimley Church of England School or Ravenscote Junior School. The latter two options only serve children of ages 8-11, but Ravenscote is extremely well regarded by Ofsted.

Nearby Kings International College offers secondary education, though only Tomlinscote School offers education up to and including 6th form. No Universities lie especially close to the town, though the University of Reading and Royal Holloway are both within a forty-minute drive.

Getting around

As one of the larger towns in the area, Frimley is well connected in terms of transport. The A331 Blackwater Valley Road connects to the M3, and also crosses the A325 Farnborough Road. Coach and bus services are available in the town, running to larger cities as well as nearby towns such as Camberley or Frimley Green. Frimley train station is managed by South West trains and typically runs on the Ascot to Guildford line, though certain services do go directly to Waterloo and Reading. Getting in and around the area is, therefore, quite a simple affair.

Local shops

The town has several banks, as well as, a few public houses, supermarkets and restaurants. There isn’t a huge amount of shopping available, however, Frimley’s neighbour, Camberley, offers a greater selection. The Mall is a large shopping centre in Camberley, and its High Street offers bars, clubs, boutiques and popular stores. A leisure centre and Vue cinema can also be found in Camberley.

Frimley is currently in the middle of a shopping revitalisation program, with the aim of both gentrifying and building over the main shopping areas. The goal is to boost foot traffic and improve the general aesthetic of the area.

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