A town located in the county of Hampshire, Havant is a major link on the railway network along the southern coast of the country. The town is largely residential and is known for its examples of traditional architecture. The centre of the town is an old crossroad with a former Roman road running along one of its axis. Havant is quite close to a number of natural springs as well as historical places of interest such as St. Faith’s Church and Havant College.
Havant has a number of office spaces that are home to the likes of financial advisors, accountants and catering companies. The Morton group have offices in town. The office space is also occupied by companies such as manufacturing firms, marketing consultants, photographers, home-builders, utility service providers, website design firms and photographers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment can be had at The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, which provides a wide variety of live-music and cinema experiences. Bench Theatre is a major venue for stage productions while Dynamo Youth Theatre is the place for amateur theatre and performing art productions. Despite being a relatively small town, Havant has a number of eateries that serve a variety of Asian and European cuisines. The Ship Inn cooks the catch of the day using traditional British recipes whereas The Bear Hotel serves modern European cuisine. There is Chinese on the menu at Imperial Palace and Aroma Oriental, while Indian food is served up at The Agra.
Havant has a well connected road network frequented by buses, coaches and taxis, which provide reliable public transportation around the area. Havant railway station is the main link to the railway network. Driving around the town is made easy thanks to the road networks and secure parking facilities.