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Wokingham is a historical market town that has had the right to hold a market since 1214. Wokingham is home to 9 churches, including All Saints’ Church which was built around an old chapel in 1190. The town is also home to more modern attractions and has many leisure centres such as Carnival Pool and St Crispin’s Sport Centre. Wokingham also has many parks to enjoy and the Wokingham Music Film and Drink Festival is held at Elms Field, a park in the southwest of Wokingham. Elms Field also houses Wokingham’s open air cinema which shows films during the run-up to the Wokingham Festival. Wokingham evidently has much to see and explore and as such it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our hardworking conveyancers have helped almost 400 people relocate to the town in the last year alone.
Wokingham Enterprise has successfully redeveloped the railway station and its surrounding area. The work was completed in 2015 and has improved transportation links to London, Reading and other nearby towns and cities. Following the completion of the railway, large scale housing construction began in both Wokingham’s northeast and southeast. These developments will have a significant impact on housing prices and can seriously complicate a move. That is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert conveyancers as they will be able to help you navigate the fluctuations of the housing market and ensure you get the best value for money when moving home.
Our expert conveyancing solicitors will help you with the legal necessities of your move so you can begin enjoying your new property in Wokingham as quickly as possible.
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