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More details - Unique Village Shop and Cafe
As featured in the Daily Telegraph - a community shop and cafe in a village church, putting the building (designed by William Butterfield) to good use throughout the week. Well-stocked shop, plus cafe serving snacks and drinks. A firm favourite with walkers and cyclists as well as the local community.
Beech Hill

More details - Green Park Fishing Lake
Green Park’s fishing lake, Foundry Brook, offers a chance to fish within the Green Park business park. The lake is open to adults, children and is suitable for registered disabled access. Users must hold a Rod License, obtainable from the Environment Agency.
Longwater Lake, Green Park, Reading

More details - Quantum Web Cafe - Gaming Centre
Quantum Web cafe (est. 1999) is the UK’s longest running internet cafe and game zone located in the town centre. We offer gaming for all levels, from beginners to experts, for family or groups of friends.
Quantum Web Cafe, 7 Union Street, Reading, Berkshire,

More details - RedKangaroo Trampoline Park Reading
RedKangaroo houses a whole host of super-bouncy, super-sized trampolines plus more air-bound-activities than in any other UK park! Visit RedKangaroo Trampoline Park to bounce around on wall-to-wall trampolines and try out exciting air-bound-activities! Remember though, we have more than just trampolines...
8 Bridgewater Close, Reading

More details - Air Transport Auxiliary - Grandma Few Spitfires, includes Spitfire simulator
Exhibition and archive dedicated to the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) Our permanent exhibition honours the achievements of the Air Transport Auxiliary, and is home to a fabulous spitfire simulator!
Maidenhead Heritage Centre, 18 Park Street, Maidenhead.

More details - Pangbourne Children's Playground
Playground in the recreation ground.
Thames Avenue, Pangbourne

More details - Basildon Park
National Trust property: Basildon Park - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Lower Basildon, Reading,

More details - Ashdown House
National Trust property: Ashdown House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Lambourn, Newbury,

More details - Hungerford Arcade Antiques & Collectables
Hungerford Arcade is a famous antiques centre, often featured on televised antiques programmes. The building itself is beautiful and steeped in history dating back to the 1300s. It has approximately 115 stallholders, selling everything from as little as 50p to several thousand pounds!
26-27 High Street, Hungerford

More details - Caversham Court Gardens Tea Kiosk
Set in the grounds of Caversham Court Gardens. The Tea kiosk overlooks the River Thames. Serving fresh tea and coffee with Homemade cakes and biscuits Run by 5 local charities and non profit making organisations. They are League of Friends Royal Berkshire Hospital, Ways and Means Trust, WI, Sue Ryder, Garden cafe.
Caversham Court Gardens, Church road, Caversham, Reading

More details - French Brothers Boats - Windsor 40 Minute Round Trip
Windsor 40 minute round trip Travel from Windsor upstream to Boveney Lock and return, with views of Windsor Castle, Eton College, Mill House, Windsor Racecourse and Brocas Meadows. Boat turns at Boveney Lock and Weir.
Windsor Promenade Barry Avenue, Windsor, Berkshire

More details - Runnymede
National Trust property: Runnymede - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Runnymede Estate Office, North Lodge, Windsor Road, Old Windsor,
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