PO14

Overview Containing Stubbington, Titchfield, and on the cusp of Fareham, PO14 offers a quiet laidback location. Along the River Meon in the western part of Fareham is the village of Titchfield. A beautiful spot is the Titchfield Haven, where you can find a small harbour and the inland which is a Nature Reserve, providing a visiting ground for many species of birds. Looking to the coast you also have Brownwich beach and Hill Head Beach, both brilliant spots to explore and walk.

History

For cricket lovers you will be glad to know the earliest known match to been played in Hampshire took place in Stubbington in 1733! The population of Stubbington alone is now an estimated 15,000 and the area grows with new housing in the surrounding fields being introduced.
History
For cricket lovers you will be glad to know the earliest known match to been played in Hampshire took place in Stubbington in 1733! The population of Stubbington alone is now an estimated 15,000 and the area grows with new housing in the surrounding fields being introduced.
Local Transport –
Fareham Portchester
Local Schools –
Redlands Primary School Fareham Academy
Motorway –
M27
POI –
River Meon Brownwich Beach Hill Head Beach
Restaurant Pick-
Osborne View