Having searched for business suppliers in Gosport, Hampshire ( which is a town with an approximate population of 71,529 ), we have found 3 suppliers of services such as Wall Art, Cleaning Supplies & Local Authority in Gosport and have listed them below, we hope to add more in the near future.
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Local Authority based in Gosport
Interior Decorating Photographs in Gosport
Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies in Gosport
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Gosport (/ˈɡɒspɔːrt/ GOS-port) is a town in Hampshire on the south coast of England. At the 2011 Census, its population was 82,622. On a peninsula on the eastern side of Portsmouth Harbour, opposite the city of Portsmouth, it is linked to it by the Gosport Ferry. It is south-east of Fareham, and linked by a bus line and a road. The Rowner area of the peninsula was settled by the Anglo-Saxons, and is mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle as Rughenor ("rough bank or slope"). Both Rowner and Alverstoke, the name coming from the point where the River Alver entered the Solent at Stokes Bay, were included in the Domesday Book. Rowner was the earliest known settlement of the peninsula with many Mesolithic finds and a hunting camp being found and tumuli on the peninsula investigated. Bronze Age items found in a 1960s construction in HMS Sultan included a hoard of axe heads and torcs. A three-celled dwelling unearthed during construction of the Rowner naval Estate in the 1970s points to a settled landscape. Next to the River Alver which passes the southern and western edge of Rowner is a Norman motte and bailey, the first fortification of the peninsula, giving a vantage point over the Solent, Stokes Bay, Lee-on-the-Solent and the Isle of Wight. The former Rowner naval married quarters estate, now mostly demolished, and HMS Sultan were built on a former military airfield, known first as RAF Gosport and later as HMS Siskin, which gives its name to the local infant and junior schools. The barracks at Browndown (Stokes Bay) were used in the ITV series: Bad Lads Army.
Gosport is believed to derive its name from "goose". An alternative etymology "gorse" (from the bushes growing on local heath land) is not supported by the regional name for the plant, "furze". A third theory claiming a derivation from "God's Port" is believed to be a 19th-century invention.
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