Blackberry Walk is a Street in the Hampshire town of Basingstoke with the postcode of RG24 8SN

Blackberry Walk is a street in the town of Basingstoke governed by Old Basing and Lychpit Civil Parish council which is within the electoral area of Basing Ward in the administration area of Basingstoke and Deane District Council within the county of Hampshire located in the South East of the UK.

Blackberry Walk has the postcode of RG24 8SN.

Blackberry Walk is located 44.06 miles West from the centre of London, 0.98 miles North East from the centre of Basingstoke, 13.01 miles South from the centre of Reading and 18.36 miles North East from the centre of Winchester.

Blackberry Walk is a Local Road Unclassified which consists of a single carriageway



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Frequently asked Questions for Blackberry Walk

What Council (Local Authority) is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the local authority area of Basingstoke and Deane District Council which is a District Council.

What Parish Council is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the area of Old Basing and Lychpit Civil Parish.

What Electoral Ward is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the ward of Basing Ward.

What County is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the ceremonial county of Hampshire.

What Constituency is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the constituency of Basingstoke Boro Const.

What Region of the UK is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the South East region of the United Kingdom.

What County Council area is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the Hampshire Count Council area.

What Police Force area is Blackberry Walk in?

Blackberry Walk is located within the Hampshire Police area.

Known Residential Addresses for Blackberry Walk

4 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN, 36 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN,
23 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN, 39 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN,
24 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN, 41 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN,
27 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN, 42 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN,
30 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN, 43 Blackberry Walk, Basingstoke, Lychpit, RG24 8SN,

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postcodes

Postcodes for Blackberry Walk

RG24 8SN
Height

Height

The Central point of Blackberry Walk is approximately 91 Metres above sea level
Location details

Location Details

Blackberry Walk
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Latitude/Longitude: 51.275507651178, -1.06150563363097
OS Reference: 465456.091692, 153403.859446
OS Grid Reference: SU655534
Approximate distance to the nearest high tide point: miles

Ordnance Survey Landranger Map Series for Blackberry Walk

OS Landranger Map Number: 185
OS Landranger Map Name: Winchester & Basingstoke
OS Landranger Map Number: 186
OS Landranger Map Name: Aldershot & Guildford
Telephone codes

Telephone Information

Dialling Code: 01256
Telephone Exchange: BASINGSTOKE - THBZ
Telephone Cabinet: P72
Fibre to the Cabinet or Fibre to the Premises: FTTC
Broadband

Broadband Speed (megabits per second)

Speed: Less than 2 Mbps
Average Speed: 10.7
Median Speed: 3.1
Maximum Speed: >=30
Next-generation access (NGA)?: Y
Number of Connections: 40
House Sales

Recent House Sales in Blackberry Walk

42 Blackberry Walk
Sale Price: £186,000
Sale Date: 04/08/2017
48 Blackberry Walk
Sale Price: £340,000
Sale Date: 16/09/2016
Source: Land Registry Price Paid Data accessed via API

Healthcare and Education

Schools

Nearest Schools

Great Binfields Primary School

Distance: 1.01 Kilometers
Type: Community School
Phase: Primary
Ofsted Score: 2 Good (as of August 2016)
Number of Pupils: 298
Address: Binfields Farm Lane, Chineham, RG24 8AJ
Telephone: 01256460532
Website: Visit School Website
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Great Binfields Primary School

St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior School

Distance: 1.33 Kilometers
Type: Voluntary Aided School
Phase: Primary
Ofsted Score: 2 Good (as of August 2016)
Number of Pupils: 359
Address: Belle Vue Road, Old Basing, RG24 7DE
Telephone: 01256465092
Website: Visit School Website
Directions from Blackberry Walk to St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior School

Old Basing Infant School

Distance: 1.35 Kilometers
Type: Community School
Phase: Primary
Ofsted Score: 1 Outstanding (as of August 2016)
Number of Pupils: 267
Address: Milkingpen Lane, Old Basing, RG24 7DL
Telephone: 01256325704
Website: Visit School Website
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Old Basing Infant School

South View Infant and Nursery School

Distance: 1.45 Kilometers
Type: Community School
Phase: Primary
Ofsted Score: 2 Good (as of August 2016)
Number of Pupils: 253
Address: Off Shooters Way, RG21 5LL
Telephone: 01256465960
Website: Visit School Website
Directions from Blackberry Walk to South View Infant and Nursery School
Nearest Hospitals

Nearest Hospitals

Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital

Address: Aldermaston Road, Aldermaston Road, Basingstoke, RG24 9NA,
NHS Sector
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone: 01256 473 202
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Distance: 3.41 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital

Parklands Hospital

Address: Aldermaston Road,
NHS Sector
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone: 01256 817718
Distance: 3.65 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Parklands Hospital

Odiham Cottage Hospital

Address: Buryfields, Odiham, Hook, RG29 1NE,
Independent Sector
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone: 01256 393600
Distance: 8.87 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Odiham Cottage Hospital

Fleet Community Hospital

Address: Church Road, Fleet, GU51 4LZ,
Independent Sector
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone: 01252 813800
Distance: 14.85 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Fleet Community Hospital
Nearest GP Surgeries

Nearest GP Surgeries

East Barn Surgery

Address: East Barn Surgery, Great Binfields Road, Lychpit, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8TF
Telephone: 01256 841654
Distance: 0.29 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to East Barn Surgery

Chineham Medical Practice

Address: Chineham Medical Practice, Reading Rd, Chineham, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8ND
Telephone: 01256 479244
Distance: 1.49 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Chineham Medical Practice

Marlowe Practice

Address: Marlowe Practice, Shakespeare Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9DS
Telephone: 01256 328860
Distance: 1.67 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Marlowe Practice

Bermuda Marlowe Partnership

Address: Shakespeare House Hth Ctr, Shakespeare Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9DT
Telephone: 01256 464151
Distance: 1.67 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Bermuda Marlowe Partnership
Nearest Dentists

Nearest Dentists

East Barn Dental Clinic

Address: Great Binfields Road, Lychpit, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8TF
Distance: 0.29 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to East Barn Dental Clinic

Chineham Dental Surgery

Address: Chineham Dental Surgery, 54 Reading Road, Chineham, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8LT
Distance: 1.59 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Chineham Dental Surgery

Associated Dental Practices

Address: Associated Dental Practices, Shakespeare House Health Centre, Shakespeare Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9DS
Distance: 1.67 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Associated Dental Practices

Linden Court Dental Surgery

Address: Linden Court Dental Surgery, 1 Linden Court, Linden Avenue, Old Basing, Basingstoke, RG24 7HS
Distance: 1.75 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Linden Court Dental Surgery
Nearest Libraries

Nearest Libraries

Chineham Library

Chineham District Centre, Basingstoke, RG248BQ
Telephone: 0845 6035631
Distance: 0.97 Kilometres
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Directions from Blackberry Walk to Chineham Library

Basingstoke Library

19/20 Westminster House, Festival Place, Basingstoke, RG217LS
Telephone: 0845 603 5631
Distance: 2.18 Kilometres
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Directions from Blackberry Walk to Basingstoke Library

South Ham Library

Paddock Road, Basingstoke, RG226QB
Telephone: 0845 6035631
Distance: 4.34 Kilometres
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Directions from Blackberry Walk to South Ham Library

Odiham Library

The Bury, Odiham, RG291NB
Telephone: 0845 6035631
Distance: 8.81 Kilometres
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Directions from Blackberry Walk to Odiham Library

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Hotels

Transport

Rail Stations

Nearest Railway Stations

Bramley (Hampshire) Station is 6.09 Kilometers away

Directions from Blackberry Walk to Bramley (Hampshire)

Bramley (Hampshire) station is operated by Great Western Railway in the North East Hampshire area on the Reading - Basingstoke stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Basingstoke • Mortimer • Reading • Reading West

Hook Station is 6.96 Kilometers away

Directions from Blackberry Walk to Hook

Hook station is operated by South West Trains in the North East Hampshire area on the Woking - Basingstoke stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Basingstoke • Brookwood • Byfleet & New Haw • Clapham Junction • Esher • Farnborough (Main) • Fleet • Hersham • Surbiton • Walton-On-Thames • Waterloo • West Byfleet • Weybridge • Wimbledon • Winchfield • Woking

Winchfield Station is 10.79 Kilometers away

Directions from Blackberry Walk to Winchfield

Winchfield station is operated by South West Trains in the North East Hampshire area on the Woking - Basingstoke stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Basingstoke • Brookwood • Byfleet & New Haw • Clapham Junction • Esher • Farnborough (Main) • Fleet • Hersham • Hook • Surbiton • Walton-On-Thames • Waterloo • West Byfleet • Weybridge • Wimbledon • Woking

Mortimer Station is 10.88 Kilometers away

Directions from Blackberry Walk to Mortimer

Mortimer station is operated by Great Western Railway in the Wokingham area on the Reading - Basingstoke stretch of line.

Direct Trains to the following stations: • Basingstoke • Bramley (Hampshire) • Reading • Reading West

Airports

Nearest Airports

Southampton Airport is 41.71 Kilometers away Directions from Blackberry Walk to Southampton Airport
London Oxford Airport is 64.31 Kilometers away Directions from Blackberry Walk to London Oxford Airport
Ferries

Nearest Ferries

Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal is 48.58 Kilometers away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal
Southampton Passenger Ferry Terminal is 48.67 Kilometers away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Southampton Passenger Ferry Terminal
Hamble-le-Rice Ferry Landing is 49.6 Kilometers away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Hamble-le-Rice Ferry Landing
Warsash Ferry Landing is 49.76 Kilometers away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Warsash Ferry Landing
Motorways

Nearest Motorway or Major Trunk Road

Blackberry Walk is approximately miles from the

Nearest Motorway Junctions

Junction: M3 J6/A30/A339 - 1.97 Km Away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to M3 J6/A30/A339
Junction: M3 J5/A287/B3349 - 7.05 Km Away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to M3 J5/A287/B3349
Junction: M3 J7/A30 - 9.22 Km Away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to M3 J7/A30
Junction: M3 J8/A303(T) - 12.29 Km Away
Directions from Blackberry Walk to M3 J8/A303(T)

In the Area

Nearest Supermarkets

Nearest Supermarkets

Tesco Express

Community Centre, Great Binfields Road, Lychpit, Basingstoke, RG24 8TF
Distance: 0.28 Kilometres
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Tesco Express

Lidl

Gastons Wood, Chineham, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8TW
Distance: 0.9 Kilometres
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Lidl

Tesco

Chineham Shopping Centre, Chineham, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8BE
Distance: 0.97 Kilometres
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Tesco

Iceland

Store B, Chineham Shopping Centre, Chineham, Basingstoke, RG24 8BQ
Distance: 0.97 Kilometres
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Iceland
Nearest Tourist Attractions

Nearest Tourist Attractions

Historic House

Attraction Name: Basing House
Distance: 1.21 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Basing House

Museum

Attraction Name: Willis Museum
Distance: 2.21 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Willis Museum

Museum

Attraction Name: Milestones Living History Museum
Distance: 3.84 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to Milestones Living History Museum

Landmark or Antiquity

Attraction Name: The Vyne
Distance: 3.91 (km)
Directions from Blackberry Walk to The Vyne

Local Government and Policing

Councils

Local Council Details

Within the area of Basingstoke and Deane District
Visit the Council's Website
Civic Offices
London Road
Basingstoke
Hampshire
RG21 4AH
Send Mail
Telephone Number: 01256 844 844
Ward: Basing Ward
Parish: Basing Ward
Ceremonial County: Hampshire
County Council:
Address:
Within the Westminster Parliamentary Constituency of Basingstoke
The Member of Parliament is Maria Miller
Details for the MP Maria Miller on parliament.uk
Details for the MP Maria Miller on theyworkforyou.com
In the 2017 General Election Maria Miller won with a majority of 9466 the result was Con hold. The total electorate was 81875

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Population

Population Statistics

ONS Area Code: Basingstoke and Deane 008B
Ons Area Name:E01022471
Average Age :
Population:
Male Population: (0%)
Female Population: (0%)
Source: Office of National Statistics 2011 Census Data
Policing

Neighbourhood Policing

Police Force: Hampshire Constabulary
Find a Local Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

Basingstoke East Neighbourhood is situated in the north-east corner of Basingstoke and comprises of Chineham, Lychpit, Old Basing and Sherfield Park.

Jan 2017:

Another month of low reports of crime and antisocial behaviour in the area.

Parking seems to be the most common complaint at the moment and we are working with Four Lanes School and local residents to see what we can do to try and improve the situation at drop off and pick up times.
If it is successful, we will have a look at other areas.

There was a shed broken into recently and two valuable bikes stolen.
If you have a shed, please consider getting an alarm for it and securely locking any valuable property inside. The questions at the foot of this message could equally be applied to property left in a shed.

Following a series of thefts from vans in the Basingstoke area, between 12th and 25th Jan, 115 vans were checked and 6 found unlocked (information and advice packs were left in the vehicles), which is roughly 5%.
From 03/09/16 there have been 65 vans broken into in the Basingstoke area (excluding the rural beats). If the pattern followed that 5% were unlocked, that would mean only 3 or 4 should have had no sign of a forced entry. However, there were 25 which is about 38%.

As with all statistics, they raise as many questions as they set out to answer but needless to say, an insecure van would be a far easier target than one that is locked and alarmed.

It could be that the offenders have a method of unlocking vehicles (there are tools easily available and affordable to assist with this)
21 were Ford Transits with 13 having no sign of damage to gain entry (62%).
9 were Citroen vans but only 1 had no sign of damage (11%).
Are Ford owners less likely to lock their vehicles?
Are there fewer Citroen vans so the chances of finding an insecure one are less?
Do offenders target insecure vans so that there is a greater percentage of insecure vans broken into compared with locked vans?

For the total vehicle crime figures since 03/09/16, 138 vehicles have been broken into, 68 had no sign of entry being forced (105 were broken into overnight).
Stolen property includes cash, phones, power tools, Christmas presents, clothing, handbags, wallets, sunglasses, ipods and even contact lenses.

Of the cars that had property stolen from them (other than number plates), about 50% were locked and 50% had no sign of forced entry.
The type of property stolen was similar from both locked and unlocked vehicles.

Please read the below and give it some thought, as it may well prevent you from becoming a victim and if you do, it could help us catch an offender!

1) If you have valuable / essential tools or property in your vehicle, would it cause you a problem if they were stolen?
2) If they were stolen, are they easily identifiable? If you saw them on a table at a car boot sale, would it be obvious they belonged to you?
3) Have you got a record anywhere of the tools / property that you own?
4) Would you be covered on insurance if the property was stolen from your vehicle?
5) How much money would you lose if you couldn’t work for a day or two and how much would a good alarm system cost for the vehicle?

If you do mark your property, make sure that it is permanent, easily seen and identifies it as yours. Either your name, post code or company name would be good. Consider burning it into the body with a soldering iron or other permanent method. Labels can be peeled off and pen can be removed with solvents / abrasives.

Use the Website https://www.immobilise.com/ to register all your property with photographs and serial numbers so if it is stolen, there is a record of what you had. You can register any of your property to your account.

If someone wants to get to the property left in a vehicle, it’s almost impossible to stop them as after all, every vehicle has glass windows that are vulnerable. If you had an alarm and it went off, would you be able to get to it before the property was stolen? Would it deter any thieves?

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