Local services in Berkshire

The historic county covers a larger and somewhat different area. It excludes the unitary authority of Slough, which belongs to the historic county of Buckinghamshire, but it includes the district of Vale of White Horse and the part of the district of South Oxfordshire that lies west of the Thames, both now in the administrative county of Oxfordshire. In 1998 an administrative county of Berkshire was abolished, and its administrative powers were assigned to the six unitary authorities. Meanwhile, residential development spread westward from London, and, with excellent road and rail links, even Hungerford and Newbury at the western end of the county are within regular commuting range of London. Towns such as Maidenhead and Wokingham along the M4 motorway attracted industrial and office development and numerous firms in the high-technology and software development sectors. Agriculture within the geographic county is now largely restricted to West Berkshire; the chalk downs support cereal crops, and Newbury and Lambourne are known for their racehorses. In Berkshire you can find some very nice place for shopping, which are spread across the county. The dentists here are very professional and you can certainly count on them to make your smile better.

Shopping in Berkshire


From the market town stores to Reading’s Oracle centre, Berkshire’s shopping is a lot more managable. You can get the fun and fresh produce of farmers’ markets, plus the twinkly lights of Christmas...
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Dentists in Berkshire


The dentists in the county of Berkshire all share the same goal: professionalism and a satisfied client. They will put all of their effort to make your smile look better and to be happy when you leave...
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