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What to do in Wokingham

Wokingham is a business sector town and area in Berkshire in South East England. It is close to London and located east-southeast of Reading and west of Bracknell. Since 19th century, the north of the area of Wokingham was a piece of a separated land. It was added later to to administrative area of Wokingham.

1. Bearwood College

Bearwood College

Bearwood College is a school giving instruction to young ladies and young men between the ages of three months and 18 years of age. John Walter was school manager and he had an idea of place which offers service for small children.

3. Wokingham & Emmbrook F.c.

Wokingham & Emmbrook F.c.

Wokingham & Emmbrook F.c. are a football club situated in Wokingham, and their fans are Satsumas, a reference to the group's colors. They presently play in the Hellenic Football League. The club was structured in 2004 when Wokingham Town Merged with Emmbrook Sports. Among their previous players were Darren Barnard, Paul Bence and Phil Alexander.

2. The Wokingham Half Marathon

The Wokingham Half Marathon

The Wokingham Half Marathon is a yearly half marathon held in Wokingham since thirty years ago. The race begins and completions at Cantley Park. It is a UK Athletics BARR Gold Graded Event. It has over two thousand runners every year. The course record is held by Willard Chinhanhu.

4. Wescott School

Wescott School

Wescott School is another baby school in Wokingham for kids from ages four to seven. There is a three-term admission for one hundred and fifty kids every year. Wescott holds the prestigious Artsmark Gold Award from the Arts Council. The school was established in 1828. It is very popular and it was known as the Wescott Road Council School, and was named after Thomas Manley Wescott.

Wokingham contains a region of almost one square mile and a population of over thirty thousand. It is the seat of the Borough of Wokingham and a perfect urban place to see.

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