Wargrave Hundred is one of the hundreds of Berkshire. It is situated in the eastern part of the county, bounded to the north and north-east for the most part by the Thames, although Remenham forms a detached part of Beynhurst Hundred in the very corner of the loop of the river. To the east, it is bounded by Beynhurst Hundred proper; and to the south there are boundaries with Sonning Hundred and Charlton Hundred.
It contains the ancient parishes of:
Wargrave Hundred had a population of 22,220 in 2011.
|Hundreds of Berkshire|
Beynhurst • Bray • Charlton • Compton • Cookham • Faircross • Faringdon • Ganfield • Hormer • Kintbury Eagle • Lambourn • Moreton • Ock • Reading • Ripplesmere • Shrivenham • Sonning • Theale • Wantage • Wargrave