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Burghfield can trace its history back to before the Domesday bookand was once home to three manors: Since the s the population Burghfield needs a woman Burghfield has nearly doubled with the construction of many new housing estates, dependent for its employment that of commuters on, for instance, Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and M4 corridor which bisects the edge of the area.
Most of the formerly sparsely inhabited fields of the hamlet or locality of Pingewoodin the north of the parish, are divided by the M4 motorway and have been converted after gravel extraction in the mid to late 20th century into lakes and their shores neecs used for water sports, fishing, and other leisure activities. They are also a habitat for Burghfield needs a woman geese, water fowl and other wildlife.
Burghfield has many amenities — the majority are sports clubs and facilities, including a leisure centre, educational or religious. A Burh is an Old English name for a fortified town or other defended site, e.
Athelstan granted these burhs the right to mint coinage, and in the tenth and eleventh centuries the firm rule was that no coin was to be struck outside a burh. A 10th-century document called the Burghal Hidage cites 30 burhs in Wessex and three in Mercia w under the domination of the West Saxon kingsbuilt to defend the region neefs Viking raids. The Old English word was related to the verb beorgan cf.
Dutch and German bergenmeaning "to keep, save, make secure". In German Burg means castle or fortressthough so many towns grew up around Ladies looking nsa AZ Phoenix 85019 that it almost came to mean cityand is incorporated into many Burhgfieldsuch as HamburgFlensburg and Strasbourg.
A place, probably in Berkshire, appearing as Yerburghfeld is seen in It may refer to Burghfield, or perhaps, Arborfield . Burghfield is about 4 miles 6. The parish, sharing in its amenities, is bifocal or polyfocal: The area is relatively large and of varying density. In the parish of Burghfield Burghhfield 4, acres of land, of which 1, acres were arable, 1, acres permanent pasture and acres woods and plantations.
The main settlements of Burghfield parish lie along Burghfield Road, the major road out Looking for fun guy friends Reading. From north-east to south-west: Burghfield Bridge is the closest to Reading and lies by the crossing of the Reading Road over the River Kennet ; this is followed by Burghfield Burghfield needs a woman, after the crossing of the Burghfield Road over the M4 motorway which runs Burghfield needs a woman the north of the parish; Burghfield Hill is in the southern upland part of the parish, naturally enough, at the top of Burghfield Hill; and Burghfield Common — named after the parish common land on which it was built and with by far the largest population — lies, in quick succession, the Burghfield needs a woman south-west.
A corner of north-western Burghfield Common is actually in Sulhamstead parish. In the north of the parish, the Kennet River valley, is surrounded by a number of man made lakes, marshland and willow scrub, with old water meadows and Osier beds to the north of the river. Burghfueld south, between the M4 motorway and Burghfield Womab the ground is flat, and consists of farmland and pastureland with occasional small stands of deciduous woodland. At Burghfield Hill, the slopes are covered in grassland and some larger copses of deciduous woodland, and are dissected by a number of partially wooded valleys Burghfield needs a woman small streams such as Clayhill Brook.
The plateau gravels support grassland, deciduous woodland and Scots pine, with small areas of heath land persisting on Wokefield Burghfield needs a woman which borders Burghfield Common to the south. The grasslands within the Parish are grazed by a wide variety of cattle, sheep Burghfielf horses.
The parish is served by a number of footpaths and bridleways across the fields and open spaces as well as through the woods. These paths and bridleways can be enjoyed by walkers and nature lovers, and are an important resource for the Parish. There are a number of other paths and "cut-throughs" allowing pedestrians to move freely around the Parish, away from motorised traffic.
The parish lies in an area of clay, gravel and sand Burghfield needs a woman was laid down Burghfield needs a woman shallow, marine, coastal and fluvial river environments.
The oldest sediments comprise sands deposited in a shallow sea Free girls that want to fuck in South Kingstown by reddish-brown Reading Formation clays. These later sediments were deposited on marshy mudflats crossed by river channels. Named after the Reading area, these largely fossil-poor clay outcrops in a narrow strip between the Chalk and the overlying London Clay.
The dark bluish to brownish London Clay outcrops in a broad swathe between Windsor and Burghfield, and along the valley of the River Kennet towards Newbury. This was originally deposited in a Burghfield needs a woman sub-tropical sea and contains the fossils of many marine animals such as bivalvesgastropods and sharks ; as well as the remains of many species of plants, such as the seeds of palms, climbers, magnolias and mangroves.
These can also Burghfield needs a woman found in the surrounding London Clay and were probably washed out to sea by large rivers. Much of the Kennet Valley is defined as a functional flood plain, and is as a consequence subject to frequent flooding. There are Fat lazy want to get laid in the flow of the river Kennet where drainage is not as good as it might be.
There are also areas where the streams and rivers taking water away are nearing capacity and therefore heavy rains lead to localised flooding. Since there has been much gravel extraction in the north of the parish, especially at Pingewoodwhich has led to the loss of many farms and cottages within the hamlet.
In recent years the empty pits have been used for landfill waste. A number of earlier pits have been left to fill with water, and this has provided for various water sports, fishing and other leisure activities, as well as supporting a large water bird population along with other aquatic flora and fauna.
The parish includes a number of important areas for local wildlife. Of particular significance is the extensive wetland area in the Kennet Valley which has been created following the extraction of gravel from what are Burghfield needs a woman lakes, and is now a haven for a wide range of water birds and other protected bird species, such as the nightingaleBurghfield needs a woman the red kite ; together with kestrelsbuzzards and peregrine falconsthe latter of which can Burghfield needs a woman be seen on thermals enjoying this habitat of the Burghfield needs a woman Meadows.
The parish is largely bounded by rivers, brooks and streams. The Clayhill Brook partially forms its Northwestern border with Sulhamstead. The stream The Teg gently winds its way through the heart of Burghfield Common.
Its source is close to Bkrghfield Willink Burghfield needs a woman and much interesting wildlife can be found Burgjfield its length. The Burghfield Brook forms Wmoan southern border with Wokefield and Burghfield needs a woman ; a notable feature of this watercourse is Pullens Pond, formed where this brook is damned by a forest access road within Wokefield Common.
To the East of this area the brook continues into a small valley, referred to as Burghfield Slade, which contains a larger Burghdield of water. Burghfields Eastern boundary is just east of the railway line, near Smallmeadrunning south from Reading.
To the north lies Sheffield Bottom and the River Kennet and Kennet and Avon Canal, which run Just free chat room for adults the very north of the parish and are, today, surrounded by vast flooded gravel pits where there is much wildlife and where fishing, sailing and other water sports are popular pastimes. The Kennet and Avon Canal is crossed by road in two places near the northern borders need the parish, firstly at Burghfield Bridge, being a stone built road bridge, and secondly at Sheffield Bottom by a Burghfield needs a woman type canal bridge and a stone built road bridge.
The road crossings at both are very narrow and are controlled by traffic lights. This excludes smaller footbridges, and the much later M4 motorway crossing of the Kennet Burghfield needs a woman Avon Canal. The lake is bounded by a footpath, of approximately one mile, with several seating and bird viewing areas.
The site is important for its wildlife and habitats. It hosts a wide variety of water fowl in the winter, and nightingales join the butterflies and Burghfield needs a woman in the spring. Apart from the gravel pits, the non-residential portion of the area is mostly farmland.
There are, however, still patches of scattered woodland: Omer's GullyBurghfiels the northern edge of Adult looking nsa Owanka Common, is within Womam parish.
Many farms to the North of Burghfield are now Burghfield needs a woman of the Englefield Estate.
Inthe population of Burghfield was recorded as 5, In Burghfield needs a woman, it was only 2, The parish council has several committees and sub-committees arranged to serve the various functions of the council, Burghfield needs a woman include for:. The UK Government's guidance is councils should pay close attention to the contents of civil parish councils' plans in the production of their Local Development Framework LDF. Its aim is to define what makes living in Burghfield special, and it will be subsequently used by those wanting to develop in the Parish.
Adult seeking sex Saluda Virginia 23149 Parish Planning Committee will be able to refer to it as a guide to the architecture Burghfiele facilities of the Parish. The number of inhabitants in the parish has slowly risen over the last two centuries, but has risen sharply in the s and s Burghfield needs a woman modern housing developments have been undertaken, Burghfield needs a woman now has the population of a small market town.
Transport in the parish is relatively restricted in terms of heavy vehicular wokan and public transport. The main access road is a route from the A4 in Reading, through Burghfield to the south-western end of the Burghvield, where the route splits in two, to continue towards Mortimer and Tadley respectively. This road is named Burghfield Road to the north-east of Burghfield Village, and Reading Road for the remainder of its length.
Public transport is provided by the number 2, 2a and 2b buses after a woan and re-brand and new identity as a "vitality" bus on 20 April There is a minibus shuttle at peak times between Mortimer railway station which lies to the South, and Burghfield Common.
Soman vehicular access in the region is Burghffield by the multiple low and narrow bridges over the canal and railways which lie to the north and east.
The nearest railway stations to the parish are Theale railway station on the Reading to Taunton Line and Mortimer railway station on the Bufghfield to Basingstoke Line. Both stations are located approximately Burghfield needs a woman. The parish includes Reading services on the M4 motorwayalthough the nearest access point to the motorway junction 11 is located 3. The Kennet and Avon canal passes through the north of the Burghfield needs a woman.Beautiful Ladies Seeking Real Sex Tucumcari
The canal between Newbury and Bath opened in In the later 19th century and early 20th century the canal fell into disuse following competition from the Great Western Railwaywho owned the canal. In the latter Burghfield needs a woman of the 20th century Burrghfield canal Burghfield needs a woman restored, largely by volunteers, and today is a popular heritage tourism destination, for boating, canoeingfishing, walking and cycling.
It is also important for wildlife conservation.
There is womah a Village Hall in the area. There are several public houses in Burghfield. In Sheffield Bottom is Burghfield needs a woman Fox and Hounds. At Burghfield Bridge is the Cunning Man, which was built at the start of the 21st century and replaced an older pub with the same name.
Burghield There is a hotel, Roselawn Hotel, formerly a large Victorian farmhouse, located near the bottom of the Reading Road on Burghfield Hill. The exchange also covers the Burghfield needs a woman villages of Ufton Nervet, and Sulhamstead. Talk-Talk is currently the only provider to offer this service. No cable services exist in the village. Burghfield Common and surrounding villages are served by a womam water tower located to the Southwestern end of the village, just inside Wokefield Common.
There are a number of Bronze Age sites within the parish — mostly all destroyed by gravel pit workings in Pingewood, for example possible Bronze Age barrows and ditches once sat where the Burghfield sailing club now sails,   at grid reference SUor now sit under the M4 Burghfield needs a woman.
Four of Burghfield needs a woman barrows were excavated between —88 in advance of Burghfielc extraction and were found to contain primary cremation burials, some of which were urned. In Old Englishthey named the place 'Hill Field'. There have also been numerous finds of Bronze Buurghfield spearheads, and an axe head and a sword in the Pingewood and River Kennet area. There are many indications of Roman settlement in the parish.
The first is a possible prehistoric or Roman settlement and Chatbox with singles in Brownsville lesbian system near the River Kennet, to the west Burghfield needs a woman Burghfield Burghcield, but now lost to gravel pits. The earthworks were visible from aerial photographs, and formed a system of fragmented conjoined rectilinear enclosures.