Locks Ride in Winkfield Row
Winkfield is a village in Berkshire; a sizable place of 15,271 folk at the 2001 census.
The wider parish includes the hamlets of Winkfield, Maidens Green, Winkfield Row, Brockhill, Winkfield Street, Chavey Down, Woodside, Cranbourne and Swinley, part of the village of North Ascot and some of the Bracknell suburbs; Forest Park, Martins Heron and The Warren.
The parish church is St Mary's, standing at the west end of the village.
Winkfield's New Lodge was the home of HRH Princess Sophia of Gloucester, a niece of King George III.
Between March 1942 and the end of Second World War in June 1945 Foliejon Park in Winkfield was the residence of Haakon VII of Norway and his son and heir, Crown Prince Olav.
Sport and recreation
Winkfield has a King George V Playing Field in memorial to King George V.
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