Sandhurst, Berkshire

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Sandhurst is a small town and civil parish in England of 7,966 homes and 20,803 inhabitants (2001 Census data), primarily domiciliary in nature with a few light industries.wikipedia
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Bracknell Forest

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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.
It covers the three towns of Bracknell, Sandhurst and Crowthorne and also includes the areas of North Ascot, Warfield and Winkfield.

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

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Sandhurst is known worldwide as the location of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (often referred to simply as "Sandhurst", "The Academy" or "The RMA").
It is located in the town of Sandhurst, Berkshire, though its ceremonial entrance is in Camberley, southwest of London.

Berkshire

Berkshire, EnglandCounty of BerkshireRoyal County 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.
The population is mostly based in the urban areas to the east and centre of the county: the largest towns here are Reading, Slough, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Woodley, Wokingham, Windsor, Earley, Sandhurst, and Crowthorne.

Sandhurst to Owlsmoor Bogs and Heaths

North of the town are Edgbarrow Woods and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) called Sandhurst to Owlsmoor Bogs and Heaths which includes the nature reserve of Wildmoor Heath.
Sandhurst to Owlsmoor Bogs and Heaths is a 85.8 ha biological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) on the northern outskirts of Sandhurst in Berkshire.

Little Sandhurst

The town itself consists of four main districts, from west to east: Little Sandhurst, Sandhurst (central) and College Town, with Owlsmoor to the northeast.
Little Sandhurst is a suburb of Sandhurst in Berkshire, England, and part of the civil parish of Sandhurst.

College Town, Berkshire

College Town
The town itself consists of four main districts, from west to east: Little Sandhurst, Sandhurst (central) and College Town, with Owlsmoor to the northeast.
College Town is a suburb of Sandhurst.

Owlsmoor

The town itself consists of four main districts, from west to east: Little Sandhurst, Sandhurst (central) and College Town, with Owlsmoor to the northeast.
Owlsmoor is a suburb of Sandhurst in Berkshire, England, and part of the civil parish of Sandhurst.

Broadmoor to Bagshot Woods and Heaths

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To the east is Broadmoor Bottom, an expanse of heathland together with fir tree plantations.
The area extends from much of the parish of Crowthorne including around Broadmoor Hospital in the west to Bagshot south-east, Bracknell north-east, and Sandhurst, south.

Camberley

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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. The town of Crowthorne is to the north, the village of Finchampstead to the west, and Camberley, across the Surrey county boundary, is on its southeastern side.
The same could be said for Sandhurst which is home of "The Meadows" retail park which is in the Bracknell Forest borough of Berkshire.

Broadmoor Hospital

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This eventually backs onto the high-security Broadmoor Hospital.
After the escape in 1952 of John Straffen, who murdered a local child, the hospital set up an alarm system, which is activated to alert people in the vicinity, as well as the public including those in the surrounding towns of Sandhurst, Wokingham, Bracknell and Bagshot, when any potentially dangerous patient escapes.

Finchampstead

The town of Crowthorne is to the north, the village of Finchampstead to the west, and Camberley, across the Surrey county boundary, is on its southeastern side.
To the east of the parish is Sandhurst and, to the west, Swallowfield, Arborfield and Barkham.

Sandhurst railway station

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Sandhurst railway station is served by First Great Western, on the line between Gatwick, Guildford and Reading.
Sandhurst railway station is a railway station in the town of Sandhurst in Berkshire, England.

Crowthorne

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The town of Crowthorne is to the north, the village of Finchampstead to the west, and Camberley, across the Surrey county boundary, is on its southeastern side.
To the south of the village, between it and Sandhurst, there is a local nature reserve called Edgbarrow Woods.

Marlow, Buckinghamshire

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Life changed very little in Sandhurst until the 19th century when large sections of land were sold for the building of the Royal Military College, which moved from Marlow in 1812.
The Junior Wing of the Royal Military College, later moved to Sandhurst on the borders of Berkshire and Surrey, was once based in West Street, Marlow, at Remnantz, a large house built in the early 18th century which served as the Junior Department of the College from 1801 until 1812.

Sandhurst School

Until Sandhurst Comprehensive – now Sandhurst School – was built in 1969 in Owlsmoor, Secondary-age pupils were sent to Edgbarrow School in Crowthorne, Forest Grammar School for boys in Winnersh or Holt School for girls in Wokingham.
Sandhurst School is a secondary school in Sandhurst, Berkshire, England.

Civil parish

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Sandhurst is a small town and civil parish in England of 7,966 homes and 20,803 inhabitants (2001 Census data), primarily domiciliary in nature with a few light industries.

Ceremonial counties of England

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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.

Bracknell

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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.

Tesco

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The site is named "The Meadows" and has a Tesco Extra hypermarket and a Marks and Spencer, two of the largest in the country.

Hypermarket

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The site is named "The Meadows" and has a Tesco Extra hypermarket and a Marks and Spencer, two of the largest in the country.

Marks & Spencer

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The site is named "The Meadows" and has a Tesco Extra hypermarket and a Marks and Spencer, two of the largest in the country.

Next plc

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A large Next plc clothing and homeware store is open on the site of the old Homebase.

Homebase

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A large Next plc clothing and homeware store is open on the site of the old Homebase.

South East England

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Sandhurst is situated within the South East of England on the border of the Home Counties of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey.

Home counties

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Sandhurst is situated within the South East of England on the border of the Home Counties of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey.