Link to the homepage.


About Fareham

The market town of Fareham in Hampshire is located between Southampton and Portsmouth, as is probably best known for making the bricks used to build the Albert Hall in London.

Fareham expanded rapidly in the 1960s as thousands of homes were built for people moving from Portsmouth and Southampton.  Today, the town is home to more than 40,000 people.

The Fareham Shopping Centre has more than 100 shops to choose from.  Fernham Hall seats 700 people and regularly hosts shows of all sorts including music, comedy and pantomimes.

Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve is a popular local attraction, with 8 hides, and loads of wildlife to see.  There’s also a good cafe on site.

Also worth a visit is the beautiful and atmospheric Titchfield Abbey - a ruined medieval abbey once central to the local economy - today it’s in the care of English Heritage and it’s a great place to spend an hour or two and perhaps take a picnic.