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The Future is Here

How can we improve WtgiB?  Which kind of articles do you like?  Help shape the future of the site by telling us…  

June 24, 2015 0
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Where to Stay in Berkshire

Welcome. Bienvenue. Powitanie. Willkommen. Bienvenida. Velkommen… In any given month WtgiB receives thousands of visits from readers in over 40 countries. If you are visiting WtgiB with a view to travelling here to Berkshire then I know you will receive as warm a welcome in the UK as you do on our website. Whether you […]

June 23, 2015 0
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The Most Amazing Birthday Parties in Berkshire

You’ve done all the soft play, swimming and cinema parties any sober parent can handle. You’ve had your fill of picnics and pizzas, and the very thought of another bowling party is more than you can bear.  Even pottery parties and laser quest are feeling so last decade. Well lucky you – Berkshire has no shortage of exciting party […]

June 13, 2015 0
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Grays Farm Opens For Summer

It’s that time again. East Berkshire commuters, who make that regular trip down Wokingham’s Heathland Road, will have noticed the seven foot strawberry is back… and we all know what that means… Grays Farm is open for strawberry picking! Strawberries, rhubarb, broad beans, spinach and carrots are all in season at the moment, with the […]

June 11, 2015 0
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Bisham Open Gardens

Bisham Open Gardens Bisham Berkshire, near Marlow, Bucks Sunday 28th June 2015 12.30pm to 5.30pm Come and enjoy a lovely day out in the picturesque Village and parish of Bisham, Berks, which borders Marlow, Bucks. 8 or more gardens will be open, plus the historic riverside 12th Century All Saints Church, and Bisham Abbey. At […]

June 10, 2015 0
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Roman Silchester Open Day

Updated information for 2015: There is no Open Day this year University of Reading – Roman Silchester Open Days.   The amphitheatre and walls of Roman Silchester are open to visitors all year round. You can follow the wall around for approximately two miles and also take a small detour to the amphitheatre. Silchester is […]

June 30, 2014 0
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Family Walking in Berkshire

“There’s nothing for kids to do around here”. How many times have we heard this? Once you’ve done the theme parks, bowling and cinema, what’s left? From the North Hampshire Downs in West Berkshire through Swinley Forest to Windsor Great Park in the East. There are so many places to discover and hours of walking, […]

June 11, 2014 0
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Best Primary Schools in Berkshire

Choosing a Primary School is undoubtedly one of the most important decisions you will make in your child’s early years. The first school a child attends will impact on their education well beyond the age of 11. It will have a bearing on the friends they make and ultimately their own decisions in the future. […]

May 8, 2014 0
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Reading Climbing Centre

Berkshire may not be the obvious place to learn to rock climb. With it’s lack of height and shortage of mountains, there aren’t any outdoor opportunities. So, it might be a surprise to learn that in the heart of the county there is a thriving community of climbers who regularly climb – indoors! On an […]

April 17, 2014 0
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