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The Local Area Guide to living in Mudeford

A petite fishing village in the borough of Christchurch, Dorset, Mudeford sits at the point where the River Mude and Bure Brook flow into the harbour. This once tiny village has expanded rapidly in recent years, with the boundaries growing to include a number of modern housing developments. Yet it retains a strong traditional atmosphere, with quaint tea and chip shops lining the harbour and historic buildings like the All Saints Church dating back to 1869.

Mudeford's storied history includes many tales of smuggling over the centuries and its well-preserved traditional quay has long been the epicentre of the local fishing industry. With Christchurch Harbour to one side and the open sea to the other, the quay also lends itself well to sailing and windsurfing. Mudeford is a top destination for sailing regattas and maritime festivities, particularly in the summer months. Mudeford Woods and Peregrine Woods also sit in the area, providing ample opportunity for woodland walks and birdwatching, while a recreation ground is available for leisurely games of cricket.

Information about the local residents

Once a sleepy fishing village, now approximately 4000 residents call Mudeford home, according to the most recent Census data. Many are professionals who make the commute into neighbouring Christchurch or Bournemouth, but there is also a high population of elderly residents. When looking at Mudeford and Highcliffe combined, this electoral division has the highest proportion of old people in the County, with nearly 48% over the age of 65. There is also a high percentage of secondary or holiday homes in Mudeford, with many families choosing to spend their summers in this picturesque coastal community. Yet with the recent construction of new housing stock, more young families have moved into the area as permanent residents.

Nearby Schools

Schools in the area have very good reputations. At the primary level, Mudeford Junior Primary has earned an 'Outstanding' ranking from Ofsted, while neighbouring Christchurch Junior, St Joseph's Catholic and Priory CofE are all 'Good' with standout features of their own.

At the secondary level, there are several schools to choose from both within Mudeford and in nearby Christchurch. The Grange School serves students from Mudeford, earning a 'good and improving' designation from Ofsted, while Christchurch's Twynham School is 'Outstanding.' It puts a focus on technology, with a computing course at the GCSE level and 11 science labs on-site.

Getting Around

Although there is no railway station within Mudeford, there are several other railway stations in the immediate vicinity. The Hinton Admiral railway station is located on the London-Poole line, the Highcliffe station is on the main London-Weymouth line, and Christchurch station offers links to many destinations throughout the UK. From Christchurch, there are twice hourly trains to London Waterloo and it's only an eight-minute journey to Bournemouth.

The A35 motorway accesses the Christchurch area, but it can get quite congested on summer weekends. The A337 connects Mudeford with neighbouring Highcliffe and other coastal villages. Local bus services are operated by Yellow Buses and Wilts and Dorset, offering easy transit to all neighbouring towns and central Christchurch. The closest airport is in Bournemouth, which is a short drive or train ride away.

Local Shops

There's a coastal or holiday theme that runs throughout many of the shops clustered around Mudeford's historic quay. The area is popular with holidaymakers and facilities include an RNLI inshore lifeboat station and café, along with a fresh fish stall and fish and chip shops. Residents can choose from an abundance of gift shops, restaurants and sporting goods shops as well as admire historic buildings, including the Grade 2 listed Mudeford House and Sandford Hotel. There's also a historic cinema and theatre, along with the Red House Museum, which features an interesting array of local history exhibitions. Neighbouring Highcliffe boasts a bohemian vibe with its crystal shops and art galleries, while Christchurch is home to many big name retailers at the Saxon Square Shopping Centre and Christchurch Retail Park.

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