WARFIELD

Berkshire Life - - AREA GUIDE -

Just like War­grave, this vil­lage has a lit­tle bit of ev­ery­thing, par­tic­u­larly a strong sense of com­mu­nity spirit, plenty of green open spa­ces to en­joy and high-qual­ity lo­cal ameni­ties, all while ben­e­fit­ing from ideal com­muter con­nec­tions to Lon­don.

West­mor­land Park is the jewel in this vil­lage’s crown, with a net­work of pretty paths to take, play ar­eas and a pavil­ion. Make sure you check out the wildlife at the bal­anc­ing pond or at Hay­ley Green Wood Lo­cal Na­ture Re­serve next door. An­other lovely spot is Piggy Wood, an an­cient wood­land where it is said priests from Hurley Church used to hide to es­cape per­se­cu­tion. The River Cut flows through the cen­tre of the vil­lage, along with a string of other Berkshire vil­lages and towns, be­fore meet­ing the River Thames, of­fer­ing fur­ther op­tions for keen walk­ers.

Warfield is spoilt for clas­sic coun­try pubs, such as The Crick­eters and The Shep­herds

House, all of­fer­ing al fresco din­ing in de­light­ful beer gar­dens. The Moss End Gar­den Vil­lage is pop­u­lar with res­i­dents and hosts a range of stores, such as the Old Grain

Barn an­tiques.

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