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Wokingham is a town in the county of Berkshire and has become well known for its local market. Rated as one of the best places to raise children in all of Britain, Wokingham is mainly residential with a number of wooded areas around it. The town is close to a number of major attractions and landmarks, such as Wokingham Vineyard, Evendon’s Manor and Ashbridge Manor. The town has been the residence of famous personalities like Dick Francis, Sir Henry Marten, Will Young and Anna Watkins.
Wokingham has a number of individual and shared offices that are occupied by various businesses and professionals such as electronic engineering consultants, financial service firms, interior decoration and graphic design firms. You will also find the likes of photography studios, landscaping services, tour operators and business consultancies.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Wokingham has a vibrant and vivid entertainment scene that caters for people of all ages. Wokingham theatre offers a wide variety of shows while Park Opera provides something for classical theatre fans to look forward to. The Hexagon has a number of famous comics passing through its doors, along with other live performances and The Rivermead is a hot live music venue. Eating out is an exciting experience in and around this residential area and there are plenty of restaurants serving different kinds of cuisine. You can try Xenuk with its array of Bangladeshi dishes or head to the popular Polish eatery, Egipteca. Jamie’s Italian, owned by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, draws in big crowds while The Fisherman’s Cottage serves up the fresh catch-of-the-day.
Wokingham railway station is the closest link to the over ground line and provides a direct link to Reading, Waterloo Station and Gatwick Airport. There are a number of private and public bus networks running through the area, as well as various taxi services that cover the entire length and breadth of Wokingham.