People will have a chance to see inside buildings ranging from a tiny lock up jail in Aldermaston to a Horlicks factory in Slough next weekend.A range of Berkshire buildings will be open from 9 - 12 September as part of the Heritage Open Day scheme. Reading is also taking part in the Open Day event, with guided tours around Forbury Gardens and the Abbey ruins. Hurst is a village in the civil parish of St Nicholas Hurst Berkshire set in the Beautiful rural Berkshire countryside outside of Reading and Wokingham. The local Church St Nicholas CE Church dates back to 12th-century.The parish is officially St. Hurst has good sporting facilities which includes the Football Club, Cricket Club and Bowling Club, while numerous sporting activities take place at the Village Hall including Karate and Badminton.
Hurst village, is both well regarded and highly sought after with good commuter links by rail and road. Sawpit Road, Tape Lane, Lodge Road, Broadwater Lane, Orchard Road, School Road, Hinton Road, Hogmoor Lane, Broadcommon Road, Wards Cross, Whistley Green. The calendar of health events for January to June 2014 has been published and is available to download now from Health Events page. Do you have a relevant event or news update that could be shared via our website and media sites? Latest NewsDo you, a family member or friend use Adult Social Care Services in West Berkshire? SAFEGUARDING ADULTS SERVICE USER FORUM Find out about Adult Safeguarding, how it may affect yourself and others and have your say. Healthwatch West Berkshire will be at the Patient Information Point at West Berkshire Community Hospital running a drop in feedback session. This is a public event for Adult Social Care to hold to account their performance over the last year and the public to ask questions. Phil Emery, consultant archaeological advisor to Fulham Palace, next to the sluice gate that once controlled the flow of water between the moat and the Thames. The team of experts have been recording 27 bore-holes and three trenches around the moat to inform a major public consultation on the council's proposed restoration of Bishops Park and the grounds of Fulham Palace. The steam fair is a collection of vintage fairground attractions and rides, started by John Carter in 1977.
Although John sadly passed away in 2000, his family is still building the collection which has featured in many films, on television and in advertising campaigns.
Now in its 33rd season, the fair is still run today by members of the Carter family, who lovingly restore all the equipment. The swingboats were built in the early 1920s by Thomas of Chertsey, and were a novelty at the time as they had new plate jointed legs, rather than the traditional 'nutcracker' arrangements.
In 2009, Guiseppe Della Camera, who travels with Carters Steam Fair selling ices from his restored 1954 Morris J-type ice cream van, was offered ?100,000 for it by Sir Mick Jagger.
The fair's 2009 season has now ended and it has returned to its base for painting and the minor repairs, which are an ongoing part of managing the vintage equipment.

Anna Carter tells us the fair will be back in Surrey from Summer 2010, visiting Woking, Chobham, Hersham and Englefield Green.
Latest reviewsButt Inn"This used to be my local, but since the refurb what a dissappointment!! The Hinds Head is situated in the center of old Aldermaston Village and dates back to 1650 surrounded by the beautiful Royal Berkshire countryside. The Best Western West Grange Hotel is ideally located for either Newbury or Reading on the A4.
What do you get when you build a luxurious Art Deco home on the site of a royal residence that dates back to medieval times?If you're lucky, Eltham Palace in south-east London. After years of brutal war, the army had to find ways to help soldiers return to civilian life and Eltham Palace provided them with a base from which they could make the vital preparations needed. There is no county council with the highest tier of local government being the unitary authorities of West Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell Forest, Windsor and Maidenhead and Slough.
The Open Days allow free access to buildings which are usually closed to the public or charge a entrance fee. There will be an industrial heritage film show, drama at Reading Central Library, a waterways walk led by Reading Civic Society and a knitting workshop at Jacksons. In June we have the popular Hurst Show and Country Fayre followed in early July with the Football Clubs main fundraiser, Party In The Park.In late August Hurst Horticultural and Cottage Garden Society put on Hurst Horticultural Show. At the centre of the Village is a public recreation ground with numerous swings and a climbing frame.
They research health information sources around the country and provide a helpful list each year.
It was part of the medieval moat that some historians claim is older still, perhaps having origins as part of an Iron Age earthwork. There is a small museum, cafe and gallery with exhibitions and events held throughout the year. The ride was added to the collection in 1976, and has been restored to its former glory by the family. This was to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee year and also marked the return of the ride to steam power after 25 years.
They too have been restored and now feature chains once used aboard the Royal Yacht Brittannia.
All the rides that were originally powered by steam, still are, with the others now driven by an electricity generator. It has been painstakingly restored and was decorated by Joby Carter while Anna Carter painted the scenic artwork that adorns it. The company, which said the term has historical roots, changed it for the duration of their stay in the town. Close by is Aldermaston Visitors Centre, this pretty cottage now shares the history of the canal, with a tea and gift shop is positioned 100 yards from ?The Swing bridge?, or perhaps a visit to the Gravel Pitts Nature Reserve, surrounded by trees now flooded, are home to many birds and wildlife.

The property has been a playground for English royals, an Army facility and the home of a film company executive since it was first built in 1295.
The Great Hall was the most prominent surviving feature of the palace Henry VIII would have known but the foundations of the royal apartments, the moated enclosure and the moat bridge were still there. The building's link with the army continued for more than 40 years, serving as both the RAEC's headquarters and the Institute of Army Education, which helped arrange soldiers and their families enrich their knowledge and training. One of the smallest buildings which people can look around on the day will be Aldermaston's village lock up. In Newbury, Newtown Road Cemetery will throw its gates open so that visitors can look at the Victorian graves. All abilities welcome This group is provided FREE by Berkshire mental health charity Sport in Mind to promote mental well-being. The box hedges were laid out in the 1830s and the herbs seen today include Rosemary, Tansy and Lemon Balm.
Edward II was given the palace in 1305 and it became a popular residence for many of the rulers that followed.
Army personnel stationed at the palace got to enjoy the beauty of the property, with two officers and their wives said to have had dinner on the roof in order to take advantage of the stunning views. Infamous for its role in the Profumo scandal, Cliveden will be open to the public in Maidenhead, while in Thatcham visitors will be able to tour the Thatcham Nature Discovery Centre. Edward IV - the father of the famed Princes in the Tower - put his own mark on the property by building the magnificent Great Hall in the 1470s and it would later become the home of Henry VIII.
It measures just 7ft 6ins by 6ft and will probably be amongst the smallest buildings available to view nationally.
The king was an avid sportsman and spent much of his childhood at the palace, where he is believed to have enjoyed sporting events held on the grounds.
The organisation has repaired and restored the property and in 1999, opened it to the public. Abbey ruinsOther buildings of interest which people can visit include the headquarters of Dickens' publishers and the art deco interior of a Horlicks factory in Slough. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.

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