Farnborough

Farnborough may refer to:

  • Farnborough, Berkshire, a small village and civil parish in the English county of Berkshire
  • Farnborough, Hampshire, a town in the Rushmoor district of Hampshire, England
    • Farnborough (Main) railway station, a railway station in the town of Farnborough, Hampshire
    • Farnborough North railway station, a railway station in the town of Farnborough, Hampshire
  • Farnborough, London, a settlement in the London Borough of Bromley
  • Farnborough, Warwickshire, a village and civil parish in the English county of Warwickshire
  • Farnborough Rural District, a rural district in Warwickshire, England from 1894 to 1932

Other articles related to "farnborough":

SM U-83
... On 17 February 1917, she torpedoed the British Q-ship HMS Farnborough off the Irish coast, but was sunk by Farnborough's hidden armaments when she approached too close ... There were just 2 survivors, picked up by Farnborough 35 of her crew perished ... Farnborough was commanded by the submarine hunter Gordon Campbell and had on board later Victoria Cross recipients Ronald Niel Stuart and William Williams ...
Cameron Hepple - Club Career - Farnborough
... signed a contract until the end of the 2012 season with Farnborough of the Conference South division in the English football league system pending international ...
Farnborough, Berkshire - Famous People
... John Betjeman lived at Farnborough Rectory and he has a memorial window in the church. ...
Sacha Opinel - Career
... He joined Farnborough Town in July 2003, signing a two-year contract in May 2004, but requested a transfer for personal and professional reasons and joined Crawley Town in January ... Opinel had started over 50 games for Farnborough ... On 4 June 2009, Opinel re-joined Farnborough ...
Simon Wormull - Playing Career - Farnborough and After
... Wormull promptly signed a two-year deal with Farnborough, where he linked up with Steve King, his former manager at Lewes, and, for the sixth time in his ... Wormull helped Farnborough to the 2009–10 Southern League title, playing 39 games in all competitions (20 in the league), before cancelling his contract by mutual ...