Brighton Hill was eventually provided with no less than one secondary school, and four schools. The secondary school is now known as, opening in 1975 and the primary schools are Manorfield School, Chalk Ridge School and Hatchwarren School. Beechdown School which was largely destroyed by fire in November 2000, and now remains closed. Queen Mary's College is around a 20 minute walk from Brighton Hill, nearby to the Town Centre. Transport links have always been provided for those in further education. The town's technical college is also near to Basingstoke Town Centre.
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