Fareham, a market town in the south east of Hampshire, has about 97,504 residents. Some of the major attractions of the area include The Royal Armouries Museum, The Hovercraft Museum - Lee-on-the-Solent, Portchester Castle, Titchfield Abbey & The Tithe Barn, Westbury Manor Museum, Fort Fareham and Fort Nelson. The place is well served by the major road and rail networks. In order to provide education to its residents the place has a host of primary and secondary schools besides special schools, independent schools as well as community schools.
An interesting tourist place, the major source of revenue depends on retail, about 15% of the population is employed in this domain. This place also has a number of business call centres that acts as another source of revenue. This place also has significant connection with history through its notable people and individuals such as William Randal Cremer, Robert Goddard, author, Sir John Goss, composer (and organist at St Paul's Cathedral for 34 years).
So plan a holiday next weekend and spend some relaxing and quite time here in order to get over the daily stress so that when you rejoin your office you are all charged up and rejuvenated.