The Walter Recreation Ground and Circle Hill Both sites are situated on the boundary between Crowthorne Parish and Wokingham Without Parish. The Walter Recreation Ground is an open ground with a small woodland area to the rear. Circle Hill boasts some beautifully established trees and an abundance of wildlife and fauna.
The areas are idyllic for dog walkers or those wanting to burn a bit more energy and each has bins and seating provided. The ancient Roman Road from London to Silchester originally known as the 'Devils Highway' ran directly through Circle Hill and is shown on Roque's Map of 1761.
Both pieces of land are held in trust and administered by Trustees from Crowthorne and Wokingham Without Parish Councils.
Berkshire Conservation Volunteers and local residents undertaking the planting of trees awarded by the Woodland Trust for the Queen’s Green Canopy celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee June 2022
Berkshire Conservation Volunteer photos - June 2021