Ashlake Farm Lane

Postcode: PO33 4LF

Ashlake Farm Lane is a street in the settlement of Wootton (Isle of Wight) governed by Fishbourne Civil Parish council in the administration area of Isle of Wight Council located in the South East Euro Region of the UK.

Ashlake Farm Lane is located 72.07 miles South West from the centre of London, 3.7 miles North East from the centre of Newport (IOW), 7.55 miles South West from the centre of Portsmouth and 14.52 miles South East from the centre of Southampton.

Road Name:Ashlake Farm Lane
Road Type:residential
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Postcodes for Ashlake Farm Lane

PO33 4LF
Height

Height

The Central point of Ashlake Farm Lane is approximately 9 Metres above sea level
Telephone codes

Telephone Information

Area Code: 01983 - Isle of Wight
Area Code: 01329 - Fareham
Broadband

Broadband Speed (megabits per second)

Speed: Greater than 2 Mbps
Average Speed: 11.1
Median Speed: 10.8
Maximum Speed: 21.2
Next-generation access (NGA)?: N
Number of Connections: 19
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Water and Drainage Details

Scottish Water
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Healthcare and Education

Nearest Libraries

Nearest Libraries

Ryde Library

101 George Street, Ryde, PO332JE
Telephone: 01983 562170
Distance: 4.21 Kilometres
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East Cowes Library

11 York Avenue, East Cowes, PO326QY
Telephone: 01983 293019
Distance: 5.84 Kilometres
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Lord Louis (Newport) Library

Orchard Street, Newport, PO301LL
Telephone: 01983 527655
Distance: 6.05 Kilometres
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Cowes Library

Beckford Road, Cowes, PO317SG
Telephone: 01983 293341
Distance: 6.53 Kilometres
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Transport

Rail Stations

Nearest Railway Stations

Hamble Station is 17.7 Kilometers away

Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Hamble

Hamble station is operated by South West Trains in the Eastleigh area on the Cosham - St Denys / Eastleigh stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Bitterne • Bursledon • Cosham • Fareham • Fratton • Hilsea • Netley • Portchester • Portsmouth & Southsea • Portsmouth Harbour • Sholing • Southampton Central • St.Denys • Swanwick • Woolston

Bursledon Station is 18.33 Kilometers away

Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Bursledon

Bursledon station is operated by South West Trains in the Eastleigh area on the Cosham - St Denys / Eastleigh stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Bitterne • Cosham • Fareham • Fratton • Hamble • Hilsea • Netley • Portchester • Portsmouth & Southsea • Portsmouth Harbour • Sholing • Southampton Central • St.Denys • Swanwick • Woolston

Netley Station is 18.45 Kilometers away

Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Netley

Netley station is operated by South West Trains in the Eastleigh area on the Cosham - St Denys / Eastleigh stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Barnham • Bitterne • Bursledon • Chichester • Clapham Junction • Cosham • Crawley • East Croydon • Emsworth • Fareham • Fratton • Gatwick Airport • Hamble • Havant • Hilsea • Horsham • Portchester • Portsmouth & Southsea • Portsmouth Harbour • Sholing • Southampton Central • Southbourne • St.Denys • Swanwick • Three Bridges • Victoria • Woolston

Botley Station is 21.17 Kilometers away

Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Botley

Botley station is operated by South West Trains in the Meon Valley area on the Cosham - St Denys / Eastleigh stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Basingstoke • Clapham Junction • Cosham • Eastleigh • Fareham • Farnborough (Main) • Fleet • Fratton • Hedge End • Hilsea • Micheldever • Portchester • Portsmouth & Southsea • Portsmouth Harbour • Shawford • Waterloo • Winchester • Woking

Airports

Nearest Airports

Southampton Airport is 26.6 Kilometers away Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Southampton Airport
Bournemouth International Airport is 43.29 Kilometers away Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Bournemouth International Airport
Shoreham Brighton City Airport is 66.44 Kilometers away Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to Shoreham Brighton City Airport
London Gatwick Airport is 88.13 Kilometers away Directions from Ashlake Farm Lane to London Gatwick Airport
Ferries

Nearest Ferries

Fishbourne IOW Ferry Terminal is 0.81 Kilometers away
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Ryde Hoverport is 4.47 Kilometers away
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Ryde Pier Head Ferry Terminal is 4.48 Kilometers away
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East Cowes Floating Bridge is 5.89 Kilometers away
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Motorways

Nearest Motorway or Major Trunk Road

Ashlake Farm Lane is approximately 9.35 miles from the M27

Nearest Motorway Junctions

Junction: M27 J11/A27 - 15.4 Km Away
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Junction: M27 J12/M27 - 15.63 Km Away
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Junction: M27 J10/A32 - 15.73 Km Away
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Junction: M27 J9/A27 - 16.47 Km Away
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In the Area

Nearest Supermarkets

Nearest Supermarkets

Tesco Express

Rectory Drive, Wootton, PO33 4LX
Distance: 0.78 Kilometres
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Iceland Foods Ltd

Iceland, 45-48 High Street, Ryde, PO33 2RE
Distance: 4.11 Kilometres
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Co-operative

Iceland, 45-48 High Street, Ryde, PO33 2RE4 Anglesea Street, Ryde, PO33 2SX
Distance: 4.14 Kilometres
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Sainsbury's

Iceland, 45-48 High Street, Ryde, PO33 2RE4 Anglesea Street, Ryde, PO33 2SX23/23A Union Street, Ryde, PO33 2DT
Distance: 4.21 Kilometres
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Nearest Tourist Attractions

Nearest Tourist Attractions

Historic Place of Worship

Attraction Name: Quarr Abbey
Distance: 1.26 (km)
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Landmark or Antiquity

Attraction Name: Quarr Abbey
Distance: 1.6 (km)
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Preserved Railway

Attraction Name: Isle of Wight Steam Railway (Tourist Railway)
Distance: 2.32 (km)
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Tourist Attraction

Attraction Name: Isle of Wight Butterfly World
Distance: 3.14 (km)
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Local Government and Policing

Councils

Local Council Details

Within the area of Isle of Wight
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County Hall
High Street
Newport
Isle of Wight
PO30 1UD
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Telephone Number: 01983 821 000
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Within the Westminster Parliamentary Constituency of Isle of Wight
The Member of Parliament is Bob Seely
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In the 2017 General Election Bob Seely won with a majority of 21069 the result was Con hold. The total electorate was 110683
Within the area of Fishbourne Civil Parish Council
Policing

Neighbourhood Policing

Police Force:
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East Cowes is a town and civil parish to the north of the Isle of Wight, on the east bank of the River Medina next to its neighbour on the west bank, Cowes.
The two towns are connected by the Cowes Floating Bridge, a chain ferry operated by the Isle of Wight Council which runs continuously between the two towns.
East Cowes is where you will find the magnificent Osborne House, former seaside holiday home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and preserved much as it was when the Queen died here in 1901. Nearby is St. Mildred''''''''s Church at Whippingham, where the royal family worshipped. Both buildings were designed by the Prince Consort.
East Cowes is a town and civil parish to the north of the Isle of Wight on the east bank of the river Medina next to its neighbour on the west bank, Cowes.

With the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, the character of the town changed again to that of a working town proudly building for the sea. There were seven major shipyards with names such as J.S. Whites, Groves, and Guttridge and S.E. Saunders, East Cowes became the leader in new ideas and productions of technical excellence. Saunders Roe were taken over by British Hovercraft Cooperation and in turn by GKN Westland aerospace, the major employee.

The list of technical achievements for East Cowes would include Bluebird, for Sir Malcolm Campbell and the world waterspeed record HMS Cavalier, for twenty years the fastest ship in the Royal Navy (the propeller is sited on the seafront) the first hovercraft the Princess, the largest flying boat in the world Black Knight rockets the first hydrofoil work on Thrust 2 for the land speed record - the list could go on. The men and women of East Cowes are proud of their heritage and of their achievements.

During World War II East Cowes became the target of bombing due to its industry and proximity to Southampton and Portsmouth. The shipyard of J Samuel White was badly damaged in an air attack in early May 1942. When rebuilt innovative ship construction methods had been introduced. During the air raid the local defences were supported by the Polish destroyer Blyskawica. The crews courage was honoured by a local commemoration in 2002 on the 60th anniversary of the attack.

East Cowes is linked to Cowes by a floating bridge and to the mainland by Red Funnel vehicle ferry service. It is a town which has had three castles, a royal Palace and innovations such as the worlds first amphibious plane, the first all-welded destroyer, the worlds largest metal flying boat, the first hovercraft and the only British rocket that put British satellite into space. Wharves were built so that agricultural products could be exported and t he town continued as one of the major customs clearing points on the south coast of England.
Wootton Bridge
Wootton Bridge is situated on the north coast of the Isle of Wight, midway between Ryde and Newport. It is about 3 1/2 miles from each and within a short distance from the main ferry terminals of Fishbourne [Wightlink] and East Cowes [Red Funnel]. The village is located amidst beautiful countryside, some of which bears Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or Site of Special Scientific Interest designations.

The lovely Wootton Creek and Millpond provides a natural setting to the village, the Creek being popular with yachtsmen and boaters. The Millpond is home to herons, egrets and kingfishers, with the surrounding countryside having red sq

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Location details

Location Details

Ashlake Farm Lane

OS Reference: 455052, 092264
OS Grid Reference: SZ551923
Latitude and Longitude: 50.726812327973, -1.2199355678912
Approximate distance to the nearest high tide point: 1.79056 miles

Ordnance Survey Landranger Map Series for Ashlake Farm Lane

Map Number: 196
Map Name: The Solent & Isle of Wight
Wootton Bridge
Isle of Wight
South East
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