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Donnington Castle

Just north of Newbury, in West Berkshire, is a quiet little spot that is not only a beautiful place to spend the day, but perfect for flying kites and steeped in history. Donnington Castle provides views across Lambourn Valley, including Newbury and its racecourse. Entry to the car park is (currently) free and there is […]

August 11, 2013 0
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A Quick History

Berkshire is one of the country’s oldest counties and is steeped in history. Royal Residence, historic houses, iron age fort, Roman Amphitheatre, museums – plenty to suit history nerds young and old! Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is famous as the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen. The castle is open to visitors throughout the […]

January 25, 2012 0
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One of England’s oldest counties.  Berkshire lies in the heart of Southern England, wedged between Oxfordshire and Bucks to the North and Hampshire to the South.  The M4 slices this narrow county crosswise, making travel from one end to the other fairly uncomplicated. The county is brimming with History and Culture.  Although, only a stone’s […]

December 31, 2011 0
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