Wellington College was established in 1853 as the nations memorial to the Duke of Wellington and stands in grounds of 400 acre estate and is one of the countries top co-educational schools.
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Number 15 The Terrace is believed to be one of the earliest houses in Wokingham, considered by its architectural style to have been built in the early 14th century.
Offers an efficient train service to London, Waterloo in just over an hour, Gatwick Airport in 75 minutes and 10 minutes to Reading, the third busiest interchange station outside of London.
On the edge of Wokingham town centre lies The Ship Inn – a wonderful Grade II listed coaching inn dating back over 400 years and famous for excellent real ale.
Over 100 giant sequoia trees, known at the time of planting as Wellingtonia, line the avenue and were planted in the early 1860’s as a memorial to the Duke of Wellington who lived nearby.
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Phase two of the 510 home plan will be discussed by Wokingham Borough Council this evening
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