Fareham

Fareham is a town in , approximately half-way between the cities of and , The town has been linked with brick making, notably, the production of the 'Fareham Reds', examples of the bricks in use on the Royal Albert Hall, in and iron forging from the ironmaster, named "Henry Cort".

Landmarks in the Area

J Sainsbury plc trading as Sainsbury's is the second largest chain of in the United Kingdom, with a 15.3% share of the supermarket sector.

Fort Nelson, in the civil parish of Boarhunt in the county of , is one of five defensive forts built on the summit of Portsdown Hill in the 1860s, overlooking the important naval base of .

Westbury Manor Museum is the main town centre museum located at 84 West Street, , , England.

Pewit Island is a small island located in the north western section of Portsmouth Harbour.

Staples Inc. is an American office retail company. It is primarily involved in the sale of office supplies and related products, via retail channels and business-to-business -oriented delivery operations.

Localities in the Area

Wallington is a village in , part of the borough of Fareham.

Stubbington is a small village which is located between and on the south coast of .

Titchfield is a village in southern , by the River Meon.

Catisfield is an area of , , England.

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