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The local area guide to living in West Ashling

West Ashling is a quiet village situated in West Sussex, South East England, lying fairly close to the city of Chichester. The civil parish of Funtington, which it bears close connections to, is a few miles up the road. A very rural area, West Ashling has a tightknit local community that are very welcoming and eager to help. The grade II listed building, The West Ashling Mill, is a short distance from the village. Built in 1825 and originally used for corn milling, the Mill was grade II listed in 1958. While it still remains by its millpond, it is no longer in use. It does, however, provide an interesting segment in local history, which should be experienced by all.

The Congregation Chapel is not too far from West Ashling, sitting in between East Ashling and Funtington before you turn into West Ashling. It was built in 1864 with stones from the fallen spire of Chichester Cathedral. This is a good site for all historians. West Ashling today is largely a quiet and welcoming village with many attractions not too far away. Rowlands Castle is 4 miles away and Stansted Park is 6 miles away, with the Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve lying further to the north guaranteeing excellent sites & walks. Another notable attraction is the Richmond Arms, a local favourite with an exquisite menu and friendly atmosphere.

Information about the local residents

West Ashling has a population of just over 1400 people according to the 2011 census. 32% of residents have level 4 qualifications, higher than the English national average of 27.4%, suggesting that West Ashling residents are better educated than the average person in England. 40.5% of residents own their own home, higher than the English national average of 30.6%.

47.64% rate their health as very good, which is slightly better than the national average at 47.17%. You can understand why with the peaceful surroundings and sites. In West Ashling, 49.61% are male compared to 50.39% female.

Nearby schools

The area surrounding West Ashling has a wide range of schools. Funtington Primary School is situated close and locally for residents. It offers great quality teaching and has received good reviews from Ofsted. It has been bestowed with many awards, including Enhanced Healthy School status, the Eco Schools Award, and the International School Award. Oakwood Preparatory School is another choice, providing education for children aged 2 to 11. Alongside its amazing curriculum, it offers fair fees, as well as bursaries and scholarships for prospective students.

Borne Community College offers great secondary educational needs for students aged 11 to 16 years. It offers a rigorous curriculum to its students and also offers adult education for those that want to develop or improve skills.

Getting around

There are three railway stations near the village of West Ashling; Rowlands Castle Railway Station (4 miles South East), Petersfield Railway Station (5 miles North East) and Bedhampton Railway Station (6 miles South). All stations have easy links to cities and towns nearby.

The primary bus routes in West Ashling are the 121 and the 54. The bus routes all provide access to nearby towns and attractions like Funtington, West Leigh, Compton and Rowlands Castle. For those who drive to work or drive around in general, West Ashling provides easy access to the A27.

Local shops

While West Ashling is a relatively quiet community, it does have fantastic local restaurants and pubs, such as The Richmond Arms and the newly opened Woodfired in the Alley Bar (a new addition to the Richmond Arms); both are highly recommended by locals and visitors.

For a huge selection of supermarkets, malls, cinemas and other amenities, then take a short trip by bus or car to Chichester on the Chichester Bypass (A27).

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