Waterlooville is approximately 8 miles from Portsmouth.
The town has a population of about 64,350 and is surrounded by Purbrook, Blendworth, Cowplain, Lovedean, Clanfield, Catherington, Crookhorn, Denmead,
Hambledon, Horndean and Widley.
Waterlooville has a swimming pool which is home to Havant & Waterlooville Swimming Club.
Waterlooville Cricket Club play their home games at Jubilee Park, they run 3 Saturday sides and have a youth team. They currently compete in Hampshire League Division 1.
There is a bowls club with a carpet green in Jubilee Park.
The town is represented in association football by Havant & Waterlooville F.C., who play in Havant. The club formed in 1998 after a merger between Havant Town and Waterlooville.
Waterlooville contains ten primary schools: Morelands Primary School, Meadowlands Junior and Infants School, Padnell Infants and Junior School, Hart Plain Infants and Junior schools, Springwood Infant School (formerly Stakes Hill Infant School), Springwood Junior School (formerly Hulbert Junior School), Mill Hill Primary School (formerly Waite End Infants and Waite End Junior School and Waite End Primary School), Purbrook Infant and Junior Schools, Queens Inclosure Primary and St. Peter's Catholic Primary. There are two colleges, Oaklands Catholic Sixth Form College and South Downs College.
The majority of sales in Waterlooville during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £393,730. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £291,454, with terraced properties fetching £241,761.
Waterlooville, with an overall average price of £299,854 was more expensive than nearby Cowplain (£267,882),but was cheaper than Horndean (£339,764) and Denmead (£357,076).
Overall sold prices in Waterlooville over the last year were 6% up on the previous year and 12% up on the 2015 level of £267,225.
Property Rents in Waterlooville by Number of Bedrooms
Schools in Postcode PO7
Riverside Community Special School
Hillcrest Jubilee School
Schools in Postcode PO8
Clanfield Junior School
Rachel Madocks School
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Wellington Way Shopping Centre is right at the heart of the town. It offers a great mix of high street names and boutiques, including: fashions, eateries and department stores.
Wellington Way's friendly atmosphere is infectious. Visitors can relax, sit and chat with friends over coffee, watch and take part in events, see regular bandstand entertainment and, of course, shop.
Red Rose Lounge
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