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Parks & nature in Reading

Park
“The park is on the site of the outer court of Reading Abbey, which was in front of the Abbey Church. The site was formerly known as the Forbury, and one of the roads flanking the current gardens is still known as The Forbury. Fairs were held on the site three times a year until the 19th Century.”
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Park
“A wonderful place to chill out or exercise or to get away and lie down in the sunshine. There is always something going on”
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Park
“On the banks of the Thames, Caversham Court is a garden of national importance and listed in the English Heritage 'Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of special historic interest in England'. It dates back to the 12th century and was refurbished and re-opened in 2009. 20 minutes walk or 7 minutes drive from The Penthouse at Hewitt.”
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Park
“Riverside area with athletic fields, tennis courts & a bike path plus a kids' paddle pool & fishing.”
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University
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Park
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