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Woolley Green, Berkshire

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Covid-19
OS grid reference  SU8580
Country  England
Police  Thames Valley
Local time  Wednesday 5:18 PM
Ceremonial county  Berkshire
Region  South East
Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Fire  Royal Berkshire
Civil parish  White Waltham
Woolley Green, Berkshire
Weather  14°C, Wind NW at 16 km/h, 53% Humidity
Unitary authority  Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead


Woolley Green is a village to the west of Maidenhead in the county of Berkshire, England.

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Map of Woolley Green, Maidenhead, UK

Location

Woolley Green is a ribbon development along Cherry Garden Lane in the extreme north-east corner of the civil parish of White Waltham in Berkshire. It sits just south of the Bath Road, immediately to the west of Junction 9b of the A404(M) and east of Littlewick Green. It is surrounded, on the north and west, by Maidenhead Thicket. The hamlet of Altwood adjoins it to the south.

Buildings

Interesting buildings in Woolley include Feens Farm, Woolley Hall and Woolley Grange. Feens Farm is the old manor house of Woolley Fiennes. It is said to be haunted by a Roman hunting dog, the 'Black Dog of Feens'. Woolley Hall became the manor house when it was built in the 1780s.

References

Woolley Green, Berkshire Wikipedia


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