Camberley

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Camberley is a town in Surrey, England, 31 mi southwest of Central London, between the M3 and M4 motorways.wikipedia
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Surrey

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Camberley is a town in Surrey, England, 31 mi southwest of Central London, between the M3 and M4 motorways.
They are followed by Ewell with 39,994 people and Camberley with 30,155.

Surrey Heath

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It is the main town in the borough of Surrey Heath.
Its Council is based in Camberley.

Old Dean

Old Dean Common CampOld Dean Estate
Camberley's suburbs include Crawley Hill, York Town, Diamond Ridge, Heatherside, and Old Dean.
Old Dean is a suburb of Camberley in Surrey, England.

Camberley Obelisk

The Obelisk
The remains are now known as The Obelisk.
Camberley Obelisk (also known as Norris's Obelisk or Norris's Whim) is a brick tower at the top of a hill in Camberley, Surrey, England.

Frimley Green

The Intenarium Curiosum, published in 1724, describes a collection of Roman pottery around the area, and a further collection was discovered at Frimley Green in the late 20th century.
It is south of the town of Frimley which separates it from the largest town in Surrey Heath, Camberley.

Frimley

Frimley, EnglandGrove Primary School, Frimley
In 1848, the first parish church of St. Michael, Yorktown was built by Henry Woodyer, in an area formerly part of Frimley, itself only a chapelry of Ash.
Frimley is a small English town centred 2 miles (3 km) south of Camberley, in the extreme west of Surrey, adjacent to the border with Hampshire in the Borough of Surrey Heath.

A30 road

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In the 17th century, the area along the turnpike road through Bagshot Heath (now the A30) was known as a haunt of highwaymen, such as William Davies – also known as the Golden Farmer – and Claude Duval.
After running astride the M25 to cross the Thames on a bridge designed by Lutyens, the Runnymede Bridge, the A30 runs parallel to but distant from the M3 until southwest of Basingstoke, bypassing Egham and passing through heathland and Sunningdale, Bagshot bypass, and Camberley where the route almost mirrors the Devil's Highway, a stone (stane) street to Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester Roman town), believed to be older still, then passes close to Hook town centre and in the surrounding country the soil is arable.

M3 motorway (Great Britain)

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Camberley is a town in Surrey, England, 31 mi southwest of Central London, between the M3 and M4 motorways. Major employers include Siemens, which moved its UK headquarters to the area in 2007, Burlington Group who moved into Watchmoor Park in 2009 and Sun Microsystems, until they were taken over by Oracle in 2010, whose UK headquarters was located just across the Hampshire border in Minley next to the M3 motorway at junction 4a.
Its third junction is for Camberley, Bagshot, Bracknell, Ascot and Worplesdon.

Camberley railway station

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This was given added impetus with the arrival of the branch-line railway and railway station in 1878 and a reputation for healthy air, due to the vast number of pine trees, which were said to be good for those suffering from pulmonary disorders.
Camberley railway station is in the town of Camberley in Surrey, England.

Motocross

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The Southern Scott Scramble, the first known motorcycle scrambling event, took place on Camberley Heath on 29 March 1924.
The first known scramble race took place at Camberley, Surrey in 1924.

Staff College, Camberley

Staff CollegeBritish Army Staff CollegeCamberley Staff College
Later, the Staff College was established to the east of the Academy, and a property speculator built the nearby Cambridge Hotel.
Purpose-built premises were approved in 1858 and built between 1859 and 1863 to a design by James Pennethorne, adjacent to the Royal Military College (but over the county boundary in Camberley).

Farnborough, Hampshire

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It is at the northern edge of the Blackwater Valley conurbation, 5 mi north of Farnborough, 8 mi south of Bracknell and 17 mi east of Basingstoke. There are two small airports nearby: Farnborough Airfield at Farnborough and Blackbushe Airport.
The town lies at the centre of the Blackwater Valley conurbation, which includes Aldershot, Camberley, Yateley, Sandhurst, Frimley and Farnham.

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

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The town as it now stands has its roots in the building of The Royal Military College, which later became the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in 1812.
It is located in the town of Sandhurst, Berkshire, though its ceremonial entrance is in Camberley, southwest of London.

Sandhurst, Berkshire

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The same could be said for Sandhurst which is home of "The Meadows" retail park which is in the Bracknell Forest borough of Berkshire.
It is in the south eastern corner of the ceremonial Royal County of Berkshire, within the Borough of Bracknell Forest, and is situated 32 mi west-southwest of central London, 2.5 mi north west of Camberley and 5 mi south of Bracknell.

Watchmoor

Major employers include Siemens, which moved its UK headquarters to the area in 2007, Burlington Group who moved into Watchmoor Park in 2009 and Sun Microsystems, until they were taken over by Oracle in 2010, whose UK headquarters was located just across the Hampshire border in Minley next to the M3 motorway at junction 4a.
Watchmoor is an area in Camberley, Surrey, England, off the A331 road.

Blackwater, Hampshire

Blackwater
The exurb Blackwater, 3 km to the west is identified by the Government Statistical Service (including its ONS office) as within the Built-up-Area but is in the Hart District of Hampshire and has its own town council (both take in Hawley).
It is situated on the borders of both Berkshire (Bracknell Forest) and Surrey (Surrey Heath) about 6.5 km north of Farnborough, 3 km west of Camberley and 25 km east of Basingstoke on the A30 road.

Hawley, Hampshire

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The exurb Blackwater, 3 km to the west is identified by the Government Statistical Service (including its ONS office) as within the Built-up-Area but is in the Hart District of Hampshire and has its own town council (both take in Hawley).
It is on the western edge of the Blackwater Valley conurbation, about 3 mi north of central Farnborough, Hampshire, about 2 mi west of Camberley, Surrey and about 33 mi west-southwest of London.

Krispy Kreme UK

Krispy Kreme UK are based in Albany Park, an industrial estate to the south of the town centre.
The UK headquarters are in Camberley, Surrey.

House of Fraser

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This is a late 1980s development anchored by stores such as House of Fraser.

Blackbushe Airport

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There are two small airports nearby: Farnborough Airfield at Farnborough and Blackbushe Airport.
Built during the Second World War, Blackbushe is north of the A30 road between Camberley and Hook.

Kings International College

Kings International College, Camberley
Kings International College (formerly France Hill School) is also in Camberley.
Kings International College is a secondary school in Camberley, Surrey near junction 4 of the M3 Motorway.

Jolly Farmer

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In the 17th century, the area along the turnpike road through Bagshot Heath (now the A30) was known as a haunt of highwaymen, such as William Davies – also known as the Golden Farmer – and Claude Duval.
The Jolly Farmer, formerly the Golden Farmer, is a former pub and roundabout on the boundary between Camberley and Bagshot in Surrey, England.

Camberley Town F.C.

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Camberley Town football club currently plays in the Premier division of the Combined Counties League.
Camberley Town Football Club is a semi-professional football based in Camberley, Surrey, England.

Bracknell

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It is at the northern edge of the Blackwater Valley conurbation, 5 mi north of Farnborough, 8 mi south of Bracknell and 17 mi east of Basingstoke.
Bus services go from Bracknell as far afield as Crowthorne, Camberley, Wokingham, Reading, Windsor and Slough.

Arriva Guildford & West Surrey

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Bus companies operating routes through Camberley include: First Berkshire & The Thames Valley to Bracknell; Arriva Guildford & West Surrey to Guildford via Woking; Stagecoach South to Aldershot, Basingstoke and Farnborough; and Dicksons Travel to Staines and Woking.
Services also reach the towns of Redhill in the East, Weybridge in the north east, Horsham in the south east and Camberley in the west.