Sunningdale Village News
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A bit about Sunningdale
Sunningdale is a large village in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, located in the south-east corner of Berkshire, with a population of 5,636 (2021 Census).
The Civil Parish of Sunningdale came into existence in 1894 having previously been part of Old Windsor. The area is extremely popular and known throughout the sporting world for their magnificent golfing facilities.
Sunningdale Golf Club has hosted several major golf tournaments including The Walker Cup, The European Open, The Open Championship Qualifying, The Ladies British Open and most recently The Senior Open in 2021.
The nearest major towns to Sunningdale are Bracknell, Camberley, Staines upon Thames and Woking.
Sunningdale has three notable mansions. The Charters is a Grade II-listed art deco mansion which was built in 1938 for the industrialist Frank Parkinson. Guests of Charters included Sir Winston Churchill and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Coworth House, now known as the Coworth Park Hotel is a late 18th-centutry country house which was home to Edward Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby. Sunningdale Park is a country estate centred on a property known as Northcote House thought to have been built by English architect James Wyatt.
Notable residents of Sunningdale include Grammy Award winning R&B artist Billy Ocean, actor Brian Blesses, pop singer Chesney Hawkes and one of the world’s best-selling novelist’s Agatha Christie.
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