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Selborne, UK

Selborne’s company origins and namesake derive from the historic village of Selborne, England, in East Hampshire, home to its first manufacturing facility. One of the most celebrated villages in all of England, Selborne owes its renown to Gilbert White (author of the much acclaimed “The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne”), an 18th century curate and naturalist who was born and lived there throughout his life. Hampshire was also home to and inspiration for heralded novelist, Jane Austen, where she wrote some of her most famous and enduring works (Pride & Prejudice, Emma, Mansfield Park) of the early 19th century. The quiet splendour and setting of this tranquil countryside village is marvellously unspoilt and remains much as it was during their lifetimes.

While Selborne’s primary manufacturing operations were relocated to Tasmania, Australia, the UK site continues its operations on a picturesque, 100 acre isolation farm. This location continues to produce a small range of gamma globulins and other intermediate proteins in addition to maintaining a sales, marketing and distribution centre for our European clients.

Selborne Biological Services (UK) Ltd

Goleigh Farm
Selborne, Hampshire
GU34 3SE
Phone: ++44 (0) 1420 511 535
Fax: ++44 (0) 1420 511 537


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