Thinking of moving to Aldershot or North Town? Wondering what it’s like to live in Aldershot and the surrounding areas? As the Number one estate agent in Aldershot our local area guide to Aldershot will give you all the information you need about local schools, restaurants, bars, cafes and public transport.
the History of Aldershot
Known as the Home of the British Army this typical English village has transformed over the years to the modern day bustling town it is now rife with residential Victorian terraces, surrounding a vibrant High street awash with local people and visitors alike.
Things to do in Aldershot
There is lots of open spaces in and around Aldershot – offering you the opportunity to explore the countryside and great options for dog walking, sports and play areas including Aldershot Park and play area, Rowhill Nature Reserve and Manor Park that also has a skate park.
Fantastic road links to the Blackwater Valley and onto the M3 and M25 and A3 towards Guildford. There are regular train links to Waterloo, Ascot line and to Guildford.There is also a fantastic local bus service linking Aldershot to nearby towns such as Farnham, Fleet, Farnborough and Ashvale.
Hampshire County Council is responsible for schools in Aldershot. There is a fantastic selection of schools in and around Aldershot for all ages, from nurseries right through to sixth form colleges including Park Primary, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, Wellington Community Primary, Walsh C of E Junior School, St Michael’s CofE Infant and Junior, Newport Junior, Talavera, Ash Manor, Connaught , All Hallows and Heath End.