Fareham offers shopping which is easily accessible and in a clean and safe environment. With its compact pedestrianised town centre and speciality shops, it retains its traditional market town and historic architectural appeal in a modern shopping environment. Please take a look at the Fareham Town Centre website
Traditional markets are held from 9am to 3pm:
The markets offer everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to household goods and clothing. It's convenient to park, close to local bus services, and there's easy access to town centre shops.
Markets feature many regular traders and Fareham offers probably the best market of its type in Southern Hampshire with up to 50 stalls.
Take a look at the complete market diary (125 KB) for 2013.
Farmers' markets are held from 9am to 2pm on the first Saturday of every month, all year round in Fareham town centre. Over the next few months, these dates will be:
Around 40 stalls are at these markets, selling everything from organic fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, exotic and rare breed meats, homebaked bread and cakes, to locally brewed beer and garden plants.
Fareham Farmers Markets create an environment where consumers and producers are brought together. All produce being sold must have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked or processed within the 'local'area. Wherever possible, the producer, or someone directly involved with the production of the goods, will sell the produce themselves. The definition of 'local'; is normally within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, but could be within 100 miles of Fareham if there is no suitable local producer of a given product.
Preference will always be given to the most local producer when a space becomes available at the market without compromising quality.
A bright and airy undercover shopping centre , offering more than 90 high street names, including BHS, Boots and M&S, seven days a week.
Opened in 2005, Market Quay Shopping Centre offers mixed retail and leisure from 17 units including Peacocks, Poundland, Robert Dyas, TK Maxx and Wilkinsons , as well as LA Fitness and the Apollo 5-screen cinema.
From Westbury Manor Museum westwards along West Street, you'll find around 70 shops and businesses (1 MB). Many of the shops are independently owned and managed, with a unique speciality shopping offer. From cake decorating to carpets, fresh fish to fire places and florists - West Street offers plenty of choice for the discerning customer.
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High Street is located to the east of the town centre and boasts some lovely examples of Georgian architecture. It is home to a number of quality restaurants and speciality shops and services.
Other nearby places to shop include Portchester (with a traditional market held on Wednesdays), Stubbington Village and Locks Heath.
By Car - there are 2,500 car parking spaces in the town centre.
By Bus - the bus station is located right in the town centre.
By Rail - Fareham rail station is situated at the end of West Street only a few minutes walk from the shops or hop on a bus.
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