Bordon: A town with an eco attitude
As the UK tries to cut carbon emissions and energy consumption,
more and more areas may seek the opportunity to ‘go
green’. And as the future looks increasingly like a
sustainable one, many are becoming more conscious about their own
For those who value an eco-friendly approach to living, property for sale in Bordon may appeal to
The small East Hampshire village has a forward thinking approach to
renewable energy creation and, as a result of this, has become a
As well as being environmentally friendly, Bordon also has a number
of local amenities that make living in the area very convenient.
Not having market town status means that the shops are located
throughout the district as opposed to one centralised area.
However, the size of the village means residents do not have far to
go to reach the supermarket.
Those moving into the area with children will be happy to know that
Bordon has a number of educational facilities for parents to enrol
their children in. Holme C Of E Primary School and Woodlea Primary
School are just two examples.
Bordon also has fantastic transport links via the A325. This road
links the town to the nearby A3 which in turn provides access to
London and Portsmouth. Stagecoach bus services are also available
from the town which can be used to access nearby Alton, Liphook and
The local area is full of country parks and green scenery, making
ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors. Staunton County Park and
Manor Farm Country Park are two fantastic examples parks that
provide a view of nature.
For those who prefer to exercise indoors, the Millchase Leisure
Centre provides plenty of classes that will keep residents of all
In terms of entertainment Bordon does well for such a small
village, there is both a cinema and a local theatre in the