Wokefield

Wokefield Common
Wokefield is a civil parish in the West Berkshire district of Berkshire, England, south of the borough of Reading.wikipedia
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Wokefield Park

Wokefield Park Golf Club
The parish includes the hamlets of Grazeley Green, Goddard's Green and Bloomfield Hatch, and the 18th-century mansion of Wokefield Park.
Wokefield Park is an 18th-century country house, situated in the parish of Wokefield, near Mortimer, in the English county of Berkshire.

Goddard's Green, Berkshire

Goddard's Green
The parish includes the hamlets of Grazeley Green, Goddard's Green and Bloomfield Hatch, and the 18th-century mansion of Wokefield Park.
Goddard's Green is a hamlet and part of the civil parish of Wokefield in Berkshire, England.

Grazeley

Grazeley Green
The parish includes the hamlets of Grazeley Green, Goddard's Green and Bloomfield Hatch, and the 18th-century mansion of Wokefield Park. It includes part of the former parish of Sulhamstead Bannister Upper End and Grazeley. to the east are Grazeley and Shinfield and to the south are Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer Common.
To the east is the village of Spencers Wood, to the west are Grazeley Green and Wokefield and to the south is Beech Hill.

Bloomfield Hatch

The parish includes the hamlets of Grazeley Green, Goddard's Green and Bloomfield Hatch, and the 18th-century mansion of Wokefield Park.
Bloomfield Hatch is a hamlet in Berkshire, England, and part of the civil parish of Wokefield (where according to the grid ref the 2011 Census population was included).

Sulhamstead

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It includes part of the former parish of Sulhamstead Bannister Upper End and Grazeley.
Upper End is between Wokefield and Grazeley, although this has since been absorbed into Wokefield civil parish.

Burghfield

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To the north are Burghfield, and Burghfield Common.
The Burghfield Brook forms Burghfield's southern border with Wokefield and Grazeley; a notable feature of this watercourse is Pullens Pond, formed where this brook is damned by a forest access road within Wokefield Common.

Stratfield Mortimer

MortimerMortimer, Berkshire
to the east are Grazeley and Shinfield and to the south are Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer Common.
The northwestern 5% of the land is Mortimer Woods or common land which blends into Wokefield Common - Mortimer Woods has a set of Scheduled Ancient Monuments – one large, steep Bronze Age round barrow and three further smaller bowl barrows.

Mortimer Common

MortimerMortimer, Berkshire
to the east are Grazeley and Shinfield and to the south are Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer Common.
To the north lies Burghfield Common and Wokefield.

Burghfield Brook

Burghfield Brook lies at the northern border of Wokefield Common.
It rises in Wokefield Common between the Berkshire villages of Mortimer and Burghfield Common.

Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

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The 60 ha site is jointly managed by the Countryside Service, the landowner and Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust.

Lockram Brook

Lockram Brook runs northeast through the parish via Millbarn Pond, joining Burghfield Brook near Grazeley Green.
It rises near the Berkshire village of Mortimer within various areas of woodland and farmland, including Wokefield Common, Starvale Woods and Lukin's Wood.

Civil parish

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Wokefield is a civil parish in the West Berkshire district of Berkshire, England, south of the borough of Reading.

West Berkshire

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Wokefield is a civil parish in the West Berkshire district of Berkshire, England, south of the borough of Reading.

Berkshire

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Wokefield is a civil parish in the West Berkshire district of Berkshire, England, south of the borough of Reading.

Reading, Berkshire

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Wokefield is a civil parish in the West Berkshire district of Berkshire, England, south of the borough of Reading.

Shinfield

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to the east are Grazeley and Shinfield and to the south are Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer Common.

West Berkshire Council

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It has been declared a Wildlife Heritage Site by West Berkshire Council's Countryside Service, and is described as a quiet site with a network of paths leading through tall pine and broadleaf woodland, ponds, small areas of heather and rich wet gullies.

Anguis fragilis

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Of particular significance are the heathland areas which support rare species including slowworms, grass snakes and adders.

Grass snake

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Of particular significance are the heathland areas which support rare species including slowworms, grass snakes and adders.

Viperidae

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Of particular significance are the heathland areas which support rare species including slowworms, grass snakes and adders.

Wokingham

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Wocca was apparently a Saxon chieftain who may also have owned lands at Wokefield in Berkshire and Woking in Surrey.

Brimpton Common

Brimpton Common is the most westerly of a series of former medieval “commons” to the south of three rivers between Newbury and Reading: River Enborne, River Kennet and River Thames, the other commons being Tadley Common, Silchester Common, Mortimer Common, Wokefield Common and Burghfield Common.