North End, Hampshire

North End is a mainly residential neighbourhood in the middle of Portsea Island in Portsmouth, England. It developed rapidly after a horse-drawn tram route was opened between Portsmouth and Cosham. The area is composed of mainly late Victorian to early 20th-century buildings. It is bounded to the west by Stamshaw, to the south by Buckland and Kingston, to the east by Copnor and by Hilsea to the north.

Shopping, leisure and recreation


There are two main Anglican churches in the area:

There is also a Roman Catholic church on Gladys Avenue, Corpus Christi.


  1. Smith, Jane (2002). The book of Hilsea Gateway to Portsmouth. Halsgrove. p. 36. ISBN 1-84114-131-3.

Coordinates: 50°49′01″N 1°04′47″W / 50.816921°N 1.079586°W / 50.816921; -1.079586

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