Hanham is on the eastern outskirts of the city, on the A431 between Bristol, Bath and Keynsham. Brislington and Lawrence Hill lie to the west, with Longwell Green to the east. Despite its proximity to Greater Bristol, Hanham retains its own identity.
There is a wide range of properties available, from Victorian terraces to 1930s family homes to modern, energy efficient houses. Hanham is proving to be a popular area, with property prices rising steadily.
There is a local community centre that hosts plenty of events, and Hanham has a proudly independent high street – two supermarkets are the only glimpse of national chains.
The River Avon runs along the southern edge providing lovely areas for walking. Conham River Park, Eastwood Farm Nature Reserve and Hanham Common are just a few of Hanham's beautiful green spaces.
The A431 runs straight through Hanham and this will link you with the city centre and the Bristol Ring Road.
Green space: Hanham Common, Eastwood Farm Nature Reserve, Dundridge Park, Conham River Park
Eating and drinking: The Blue Bowl (one of Britain’s oldest pubs), The Queens Head, Beese’s Bar & Tea Gardens
Schools: Beacon Rise Primary School, Hanham Abbots Junior School, Two Mile Hill Primary School, John Cabot Academy, Hanham Woods Academy
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