Sarisbury is a village to the west of Park Gate within the borough of Fareham. Its focal point, The Green, originated as a tongue of land at the extremity of Titchfield Common which was left when the rest was enclosed. Its focal point is still the parish church of St Paul, built in 1836 to a design by Jacob Owen. In previous times it was a rural locality dependent on fruit growing, but is now largely populated by urban workers who commute to Fareham, Southampton or even London from the nearby Swanwick railway station. At the 2011 Census the population of the ward was 7,385.