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It was recognised by the Queen as the Royal County of Berkshire in because of the presence of Windsor Castle , and letters patent were issued in Therefore, the historic county includes territory that is now administered by the Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire districts of Oxfordshire , but excludes Slough and Eton , which are historically in Buckinghamshire.
Berkshire County Council was the main local government of the county from to and was based in Reading , though the County Borough of Reading was administered separately until In , the county's administrative boundaries were significantly altered. Berkshire borders the counties of Oxfordshire to the north , Buckinghamshire to the north-east , Greater London to the east , Surrey to the south-east , Wiltshire to the west and Hampshire to the south.
According to Asser 's biography of King Alfred , written in AD,  its old name Bearrocscir takes its name from a wood of box trees , which was called Bearroc a Celtic word meaning "hilly". Berkshire has been the scene of some notable battles through its history. Newbury was the site of two English Civil War battles: The nearby Donnington Castle was reduced to a ruin in the aftermath of the second battle. Another Battle of Reading took place on 9 December It was the only substantial military action in England during the Glorious Revolution and ended in a decisive victory for forces loyal to William of Orange.
Reading became the new county town in , taking over from Abingdon , which remained in the county. Under the Local Government Act , Berkshire County Council took over functions of the Berkshire Quarter Sessions , covering the administrative county of Berkshire, which excluded the county borough of Reading. Boundary alterations in the early part of the 20th century were minor, with Caversham from Oxfordshire becoming part of the Reading county borough, and cessions in the Oxford area.
Berkshire took over administration of Slough and Eton and part of the former Eton Rural District from Buckinghamshire. On 1 April Berkshire County Council was abolished under a recommendation of the Banham Commission , and the districts became unitary authorities. Unlike similar reforms elsewhere at the same time, the non-metropolitan county was not abolished. There are also county signs on the south side of Sonning Bridge on the B, on the A southbound carriageway crossing the river Thames, and heading north on the A33 at the start of the dual carriageway just past Stratfield Saye.
A flag for the historic county of Berkshire was registered with the Flag Institute in Berkshire divides into two clearly distinct sections with the boundary lying roughly on a north-south line through the centre of Reading.
The eastern section of Berkshire lies largely to the south of the River Thames , with that river forming the northern boundary of the county. In two places Slough and Reading the county now includes land to the north of the river. Tributaries of the Thames, including the Loddon and Blackwater , increase the amount of low lying riverine land in the area.
Beyond the flood plains, the land rises gently to the county boundaries with Surrey and Hampshire. Much of this area is still well wooded, especially around Bracknell and Windsor Great Park.
In the west of the county and heading upstream, the Thames veers away to the north of the county boundary, leaving the county behind at the Goring Gap. This is a narrow part of the otherwise quite broad river valley where, at the end of the last Ice Age , the Thames forced its way between the Chiltern Hills to the north of the river in Oxfordshire and the Berkshire Downs.
As a consequence, the western portion of the county is situated around the valley of the River Kennet , which joins the Thames in Reading. Fairly steep slopes on each side delineate the river's flat floodplain. To the south, the land rises steeply to the nearby county boundary with Hampshire , and the highest parts of the county lie here.
To the north of the Kennet, the land rises again to the Berkshire Downs. This is hilly area, with smaller and well-wooded valleys, drains into the River Lambourn , River Pang , and their tributaries. The open upland areas famous for their involvement in horse racing and the consequent ever-present training gallops. The population is mostly based in the urban areas to the east and centre of the county: West Berkshire is much more rural and sparsely populated, with far fewer towns: In , there were , people living in Berkshire; by the population had risen to , of whom , were male and , were female.
The ceremonial county of Berkshire consists of the area controlled by the six unitary authorities, each of which is independent of the rest. Berkshire has no county council. The ceremonial county has a Lord Lieutenant and a High Sheriff. Berkshire, as a ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county , is unusual in England in that it has no county council, or district council covering its entire area; rather it is divided into several unitary authorities, which do not have county status.
Of the other English non-metropolitan counties, only Bedfordshire and Cheshire function in the same manner. The Labour Party controls Reading and Slough. In the general election , Conservative Party candidates were elected in seven of the eight parliamentary constituencies. Slough is the exception; it is represented by a Labour MP.
However the general election saw the Labour party capture a second constituency, Reading East. This is a chart of trend of regional gross value added of Berkshire at current basic prices published by the Office for National Statistics with figures in millions of British pounds sterling.
Reading has a historical involvement in the information technology industry, largely as a result of the early presence in the town of sites of International Computers Limited and Digital. These companies have been swallowed by other groups, but their descendants, Fujitsu and Hewlett-Packard respectively, still have local operations. More recently Microsoft and Oracle have established multi-building campuses on the outskirts of Reading.
The insurance company Prudential has an administration centre in the town. PepsiCo and Holiday Inn have offices. O 2 has headquarters in four buildings. Other major brands with offices in the town include Nintendo , Black and Decker , Amazon. Waitrose has operated from the town since the s. Newbury is home to the world headquarters of the mobile network operator Vodafone , which is the town's largest employer with over 6, people.
It also is home to the Newbury Building Society , which operates in the region. London Heathrow Airport, in the neighbouring London Borough of Hillingdon, is a major contributor to the economy of Slough in east Berkshire.
Abingdon Abbey once had dairy-based granges in the south-east of the county, [ citation needed ] Red Windsor Cheese was developed with red marbling. Berkshire hosts more Group 1 flat horse races than any other county. Ascot Racecourse is used for thoroughbred horse racing. It is one of the leading racecourses in the United Kingdom, hosting 13 of the UK's 35 annual Group 1 races.
Ascot today stages twenty-five days of racing over the course of the year, comprising sixteen flat meetings held between May and October. Newbury Racecourse is in the civil parish of Greenham , adjoining the town of Newbury. It has courses for flat races and over jumps. It also hosts the Hennessy Gold Cup , which is said to be the biggest handicap race of the season apart from the Grand National.
Windsor Racecourse , also known as Royal Windsor Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Windsor. It is one of only two figure-of-eight courses in the United Kingdom. The other is at Fontwell Park. It abandoned National Hunt jump racing in December , switching entirely to flat racing. Lambourn also has a rich history in horse racing, the well drained, spongy grass, open downs and long flats make the Lambourn Downs ideal for training racehorses.
This area of West Berkshire is the largest centre of racehorse training in the UK after Newmarket , and is known as the 'Valley of the Racecourse'. The club did not join the Football League until , and first played in the top tier of English football in the —07 season. Newbury was home to A. Newbury , which was for a period one of only two football clubs to be sponsored by Vodafone the other being Manchester United.
In May Vodafone ended its sponsorship of the club,  following which the club collapsed. There are several amateur and semi-professional football clubs in the county. Aldermaston , Sandhurst Town , Windsor F. Reading is a centre for rugby union football , with the Aviva Premiership team London Irish as tenants at the Madejski Stadium. Newbury's rugby union club, Newbury R.
In the —05 season, the club finished second in the National Two division earning promotion to National One. In —11 the club finished bottom of National League 2S,  with a single win and twenty-nine defeats. The club was founded in and in moved to a new purpose-built ground at Monks Lane,  which has since hosted England U21 fixtures. Slough Jets also play in the English Premier League winning the title in There are other hockey teams in the county: Berkshire is home to the following universities: See the List of places in Berkshire , List of settlements in Berkshire by population and the List of civil parishes in Berkshire.
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