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In the eatery directory Eating.InWokingham we include the following restaurants. Baranda, Cafe26 now Aroma, Court Lodge, Don Beni, Dukes Head, Emmbrook Inn, IMMO, Loch Fyne, Miltons (Cantley House Hotel), Pizza Express, Prezzo, Rossini, Royal India Tandoori, Ruchetta (aka Rose Street Restaurant), St Anne's Manor Hilton Hotel, Sultan Balti (also Roebuck formerly called The Square Bar), Szechuan Inn, Tamarind Tree, Taj Mahal, Teak House, Zizzi, and Coffee houses - Cafe Nero and Costa Coffee. In the pub directory Eating.InWokingham we include the following public houses. The Warren (Warren House Inn), Broad Street Tavern (BST), Crispin, Crooked Billet, Dog & Duck, Dukes Head, Hope and Anchor, Lord Raglan, Metropolitan, Molly Millar, The New Rose, Norrey's Barn, Plough, Queens Head, Redan, Red Lion, Rifle Volunteer, Square, Ship, Thatched Cottage, (Three Brewers - Now Closed), Three Frogs, Two Poplars, Ye Olde Leathern Bottel, The Victoria Bar (V Bar) and the White Horse In the directory we also include the following Hotels, Night Clubs and other. Hilton, Spin Club(former Buzz), Cantley Lodge (was Court Lodge)

Welcome to in Wokingham, we are currently recreating the site design to make it more mobile and tablet friendly. The new design is based around tiles and we hope you find it easy to use.

The site is split into tiled categories that include Activities: Sport and Leisure, Travel: to & from & around Wokingham, by Car, Rail, Train, Bus, on Foot, Walking, Bike and even Boat; Local government District, Borough and Town; History: Wokingham has many 16th Century building and was a major market place from early times to Victorian ones; Living in Wokingham: many new homes are being built in Wokingham area and even in the town itself, family and retirement are the main markets, given the level nature (comparitively) of Wokingham, and with Waitrose supermarket and Marks & Spencer in the town centre; Good Schools and open spaces were recently topping the Wokingham Times poll of *great things about Wokingham*; Events: Wokingham has many events every week of the year; Eating and Drinking: Wokingham is a centre for evening and lunch get to-gethers; Jobs: Wokingham has a large industrial area called Molly Millar to the South of the town and lots of small offices in the town itself.

As I look at the things people have asked about over the last 10 years, and how Wokingham has changed over that time, I realise that there are lots of categories to group the information sources into. I want this to be more than a plain listing directory, to be quick and easy to find the contact information and inspire your thinking, whether for a night out, lunch, event or to fufill a New Year resolution to do more sport, keep fit or take up a new hobby. Watch the new site continue fill out over the following months.

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