Leigh Park has a long tradition of chavness

Living in Leigh Park, Havant, Hampshire

Leigh Park, Hampshire was once the largest council estate in Europe. It has a long tradition of chavness and could well be the origin of all ***** upon this Earth. (were there any evidence that anyone’s moved out since 1959).

From the youngest creole-wearing babies collecting *** ends outside the chippie to the wrinkled hags in leggings pushing Netto trolleys home, **** is and always has been at the heart of Leigh park. Situated on the outskirts of Ports-****, this top Chavtown offers the discerning Kev everything they might wish for.

For the teen-townie who hasn’t yet got their own council flat, there are plenty of chip shops, offies and newsagents to hang round outside, though favourite spots include Point 7 and Park Parade, the towns main shopping precinct. This is the ideal place for shouting at old ladies, asking grown ups to buy you White Lightening and meeting and mating with other Parkies.

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Here you’ll find the main shops every **** needs to visit on the way home from the dole queue. For some everyday shoplifting there’s New Look, Peacocks and Bewise for the less-brand conscious roadman (the rest get their rip off Tommy Hilfiger from the market or a bloke down the pub). Plus there’s Iceland, Kwiksave and Netto a short shopping-trolley-push home. For better shoplifting and Argos Jewellery, Pompey is only a short bus ride away, where parkies can mix with ***** from as far as Waterlooville, Paulsgrove and Gosport by the fountain outside the Cascades Centre.

For those over 15s not ******* around outside The Coop with their younger siblings & mothers of their children, may I recommend excellent drinking holes such as the Swallow. Though it is not unusual to stroll along Middle Park Way with a can of Stella. At Weekends the ***** get in their Corsas and go down town again (Portsmouth) and usually end the night drinking in Guildhall walk with a dance at Popworld or Route 66 and a shag round the back of Wetherspoons.

As every Parkie has at least one child by their 20th birthday. Leigh Park is a very family orientated community. Everyone is related in some way and little Bianca will always have a half-sister somewhere on the estate to play with. This may be a barrier to outsider ***** wishing to get a council exchange here, but enough sportswear should assure any potential parker-partners their distinct gene pool is safe from dilution.

Also Recommended in the Hampshire

Lots of parts of Southampton, though most true ***** visit Shirley high street at least once a day from the surrounding Shirley, Millbrook and Lordshill.

Lots of parts of Portsmouth- everyone saw the pride of Pompey, Paulsgrove on the news with their paedophile riots, but what about Somerstown, Buckland and Stamshaw?