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The local area guide to living in Wrecclesham

Just outside the Surrey town of Farnham, lies the tranquil Wrecclesham village. Ever since its beginnings, Wrecclesham has been a thriving home for sport. Football, cricket, rugby and tennis grounds are very well maintained and have even paved the way for the careers of Johnny Wilkinson, not to mention a fair few others. Despite being small, Wrecclesham boasts a yearly “Bat and Ball Beer, Cider and Music Festival” as well as a famous Farnham Pottery empire. Some additional attractions that are only 10 minutes away are: Farnham Castle, the Amida Spa Farnham, Birldworld and Go Ape Alice Holt. Not a bad heritage for a village that only officially became one in 1840 when the first church was erected.

Information on the local residents

The population of the Wrecclesham (& Rowledge Ward) totals to 4,616 residents, as per the 2011 census report. To show how much land there actually is, there is actually 10 people for every hectare of land in Wrecclesham. Unemployment figures are at 3.1%, which is astoundingly good compared to a more urban area – however as 24.6% of residents are over 61, and most will be retired, this could drive the statistic down even if there aren’t many jobs. Out of the populace, 90.8% identify as White British, something not entirely unpredictable in a leafy, secluded, English town.

Industry-wise, the most common sector in Wrecclesham is the “Wholesale and Retail Trade; Repair of Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycles (Persons)” taking 13.6% of the Wrecclesham market.

Nearby schools

Within 3 miles of Wrecclesham there is a total of 11 schools, 4 Primary, an infant school, 3 private schools, a Middle school and a community school for ages 2-19. Ofsted ranks the “Bentley Church of England Primary School” as “Outstanding” while the other Middle schools retain respectable “Good” classifications. When looking at the private institutions, “More House School” shines as the only one with an “Outstanding” review, but if you want to send your daughter, it will be difficult as it is just for boys. Also keep in mind the state school “Ridgeway Community School”, which too obtained an “Outstanding” award from Ofsted. As a side note, all the schools not mentioned in-depth scored a “Good” recommendation, so you can be confident in the quality of your choice of school despite the slight lack of options.

Getting around

Farnham is the closest railway station to Wrecclesham, with lines to both London Waterloo and Alton. The trains run twice every hour, and the station itself lies only 9 minutes from Wrecclesham, by road. There are 30 different bus services, with many of them going via Farnham and provides a good way of reaching the station without driving. The A31 is the nearest main road, with the M3 not far off either. This means that while Wrecclesham has its countryside, you can link up with the rest of the UK without much hassle.

If you are planning a trip abroad, the closest airport is London Gatwick – around 48 minutes away by car, if the traffic treats you well. If you wish to take public transport however, it may take up to 1 hour and 48 minutes.

Local shops

Many designer brands can be found in Farnham, but Wrecclesham does boast a few outlets, which means you don’t always have to go into town. From Fat Face, to Tesco Express, to Confetti & Lace, Wrecclesham gives you a decent slice of the market. Essentially though, whatever you won’t find in Wrecclesham, the odds are likely that you will find it in Farnham.

For a taste of the local atmosphere as well as some delicious food – head to the “Forest Inn – Fayre & Square” off Farnham Road, you won’t regret it. The proof is in their friendly approach to families with young children and in the £5 grilled gammon – which is worth every penny!

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