Welcome to Fareham, a market town at the north-west tip of Portsmouth Harbour within the county of Hampshire, South East England. It is located between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, perhaps best known for its manufacturing of bricks.

Indeed, much of the materials used in the making of the famous Royal Albert Hall came from this delightful settlement. There are also a handful of places to get an Afternoon Tea in Fareham – as you’re about to find out!

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Evidence of human occupation in and around present-day Fareham dates back to at least the Roman era. The first records of the town itself, meanwhile, come from the Norman period.

Historians now know that a part of William the Conqueror’s army marched up from Fareham Creek before continuing to the Saxon capital of England, Winchester. The settlement located here remained relatively quiet until the 1960s when significant development saw Fareham become a major market town.

Now, in part thanks to this expansion, there are a few Afternoon Tea Fareham establishments well worth visiting.