Tadley is a small town situated within the triangle between Reading, Basingstoke and Newbury with excellent commuter links to London via train and the M3 and M4 motorways. Tadley has grown over the years with a boom in the local population during the 1950’s and 1960’s with the arrival of the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldermaston. As a town with a community spirit like no other, you can find local heritage sites as well as picturesque walks, countryside and community activities.
Whether you are looking to relocate for working purposes or have found your dream home, you can rest assured that Tadley is an up and coming place that continues to attract attention. Featuring on the Sunday Times best places to live in 2017 showcases the quality of life this Hampshire town has to offer. There are several local schools to Tadley which cater for all ages from nurseries to secondary schools with sports teams, community centre and after school clubs. Other amenities include Sainsburys supermarket, Reading Warehouses, a local swimming pool, golf course and library.
You will find Tadley is surrounded by lots of small villages and places of interest which are easily accessible by car. The distillery of Bombay Sapphire Gin only 14 miles away and a must do for a day out. Other interests may include a walk through Pamber forest towards the villiage of Silchester where you can also find the site of the Roman city walls and amphitheatre remains. The historic village of Kingsclere also boarders Tadley with its its quaint high street, range of cosy pubs and the Kingsclere downs which is fantastic for a day out or long walk in the summer months.