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Burridge is a small village in the Borough of Fareham, in the south of Hampshire, England. It lies approximately 14 miles south of Winchester on the A3051 between Botley and Park Gate, to the north of Sarisbury and to the west of Whiteley. It was formerly known as Caiger's Green.
Its traditional industry was the growing of strawberries, which were distributed by rail from Swanwick railway station.
Burridge AFC has four adult sides, playing in the Drew Smith Southampton Saturday League, Gosport & Fareham Football League and the Meon Valley Football League.
Burridge Cricket Club's first XI plays in the second division of the Southern Electric Premier Cricket League.
Burridge and Swanwick Residents Association serves the local community
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