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Aldermaston Wharf on the K&A
Aldermaston follows on from Burghfield and onwards west is a 4 mile stretch with 6 locks so you will need a good 3 hours as a minimum.

Onwards from Sulhamstead or returning from Woolhampton, Aldermaston Wharf’s now benefits from a fully automated Lift Bridge, a welcome break at the Team Rooms and local advice and information from K&A Trust. 
More about Aldermaston Wharf in Berkshire

The manor of Aldermaston dates back to the 11th century at least and is documented in the Doomsday records 1086 identified  with the existence of a mill, worth twenty shillings, and two fisheries, worth five shillings, it was previously part of the estate of Harold Godwinson , seized by William the Conqueror and held by the crown, originally it’s name was from it’s first Lord Achard D’Aldermaston, who was born in 1036…

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