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Bitterne is a popular area to live and buy property for investment, the area mainly attracts families and also working professionals.
Bitterne is an eastern suburb and Electoral Ward of Southampton, England
Bitterne Ward comprises the suburbs of Bitterne and Thornhill, and had a population of 14,384 as of the 2001 Census. The ward borders Sholing Ward and Harefield Ward to the west and north.
Bitterne Market began with a number of stalls ranging from book stalls to stationary, bags, butchers to name a few. The market runs every Wednesday from 09:30 - 15:30 and has become a huge success for local businesses.
Bitterne also has an array of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities; including a bowling alley, travel agents, banks and local supermarkets.
As with any major City, there is always a very wide choice of Bars & Clubs and Southampton is no exception. The city centre of Southampton is only 2. 9 miles away (5 minute drive) from Bitterne and offers a huge variety of nightlife from cinemas to restaurants and clubs.
Bitterne has two local schools for both junior and secondary pupils, these are; Bitterne CE junior and infant School and Bitterne Park Secondary School.
Buses: Bitterne is served by a frequent bus service from First Bus Southampton.
Trains Its nearest major railway station is Southampton Central Which most buses serve on the way into the City Centre, however Bitterne does have its own train station, located in eastern Southampton on the main Southampton to Portsmouth coastal line.