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Hook, Hampshire

The purpose of Hook in Hampshire is to provide Hook’s residents, organisations and businesses with an online voice, promoting news, views as well as keeping you infomed of events.

Hook in Hants

About Hook

Hook is located in the North East of Hampshire between Basingstoke and Fleet within the Administrative district of Hart District Council, it has a railway station on the South Western Mainline and is close to Junction 5 of the M3 Motorway providing a transport link between London and Southampton.

At the time of the last census* the population of Hook was 7,321, the district of Hart has consistently appeared in the top ten of districts with the highest life expectancy for both males and females.  In February 2012 Hart was one of the two lowest areas of unemployment with only 1.3% claiming unemployment benefits.

Hook is home to several large IT companies such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services and Lenovo with Serco and Virgin Media both having headquarters in the Bartley Wood business park.

Map of Hook in Hampshire

Carers Needed

Home Instead Senior Care


Home Instead Senior Care is a national organisation helping older people to live fulfilling lives in their own homes.

We are looking for caring individuals in your area to provide companionship and related non-medical care on a part time basis. All our calls are a minimum of one hour to give you time to build strong relationships with our clients and make a real difference to their lives. Empathy is more important than experience and we welcome applicants of all ages.

We offer full training, part time flexible hours, paid mileage and ongoing support.

Car owner and drivers preferred.

If you are compassionate, friendly & reliable, with a bright outlook and live in the North Hampshire area, then please contact us on 01256 840 660 or visit www.homeinstead.co.uk/basingstoke to learn more about working with Home Instead Senior Care.

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