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ThatchamThatcham • July 1, 2011

Thatcham is one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the country. There have been people in the area since the Palaeolithic, that’s more than 12,000 years ago. Read more

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St Mary's ChurchThatcham • June 3, 2011

St. Mary's Church is believed to date to Saxon times and would at that time have been a wood structure. The present structure dates to Norman times although largely restored in th 1850's.

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TescoNewbury, West Berkshire • June 4, 2011

Tesco's kindly supported the Peter Allen Memorial Lectures, a four part Historical Society event, this year, 2011, with supplies and staff. Read more

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Hampton Court PalaceHampton, Greater London • June 2, 2011

We visited here in 2010 as a group. Just fantastic, a day is not enough to get it all done in. Staff are fantastic and the costumes outstanding.

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Thatcham Railway Station (THA)Thatcham • October 30, 2011

Did you know the Great western Railway (GWR) came to Thatcham in 1847 as the branch line from Reading to Hungerford? Read more

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