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  • Berkshire

    Berkshire is one of the home counties located south-east of London. Because of the presence of the Windsor Castle, the Queen pronounced the county as the Royal County of Berkshire back in 1957. Through history, Berkshire was the battleground for many battles. Various nation groups live in Berkshire like from India, Pakistan, Poland, Ireland, Germany, Kenya, China and so on. The estimated population is around 896 thousand people and still on a rise.

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  • Berkshire

    In West Berkshire Family Hubs provide services for families and children. They provide the same kind of services as the Children's Centres used to and those services are located in three different hub centres throughout the West Berkshire and they are called "Community Delivery Points". There are many recreational centres specified for leisure and recreation. Council Offices are working normal working hours with few exceptions like holidays. There are numerous libraries and schools in Berkshire.

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  • Visit Berkshire

    Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge was born in Berkshire and raised in Bucklebury village where her parent's house still stands. The village of Pangbourne is the place where Kate Middleton used to go to school and spend a lot of time in. There are many others villages and towns in Berkshire worth of visiting. Berkshire has many amazing green gardens and also river Thames passes on the northern border of the Berkshire.

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  • Windsor Castle

    Windsor Castle is the oldest and greatest castle in the World. The Castle gates are open for visitors throughout the entire year. William the Conqueror was the founder in the 11th century and since then it was a home for 39 different monarchs. The Queen spends most of her free time in the Windsor Castle. The things you can see are numerous: the Grand Reception room, Queen Mary's Dolls' House, St. George's Chapel and many others.

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  • Legoland Windsor

    Legoland Windsor Resort is a place for families. Is there a child who wouldn't want to visit the land of Lego? They can all become the explorers, brave knights or even adventure seekers. The Legoland is mainly focused on enjoyment, leisure and fun, which makes it the perfect spot for family weekends. Even after the Legoland doors are closed and the working hours are over, the fun goes to the Legoland Hotel with themed rooms.

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  • Windsor Great Park

    Ancient woodlands, great historical parks and many gardens which won many awards are the essential things you need to visit if going to Windsor area and Berkshire county. Windsor Great Park has over 4800 acres of green meadows for you to enjoy and a span of over millennia of Royal history. Totem Pole at Virginia Water lake, Obelisk Lawn, and The Valley Gardens are only some of the things you need to visit.

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