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Wokingham

a unitary authority in SE England, in Berkshire. Pop.: 151 200 (2003 est.). Area: 179 sq. km (69 sq. miles)
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Abe Lincoln (right) hails from the same stable as Laddies Poker Two, who returned from a near two-year absence to land the 2010 Wokingham for Jeremy Noseda as the 9-2 favourite.
13 April 2016 - UK cinema operator Everyman Media Group plc (LSE: EMAN) has exchanged contracts with Wokingham Borough Council on a new site in Wokingham, the group said.
3 / The Vision Care Institute Johnson & Johnson Medical, Pinewood Campus, Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham RG40 3EW.
Wokingham winners tend be plotted out, with a maximum of four previous starts during the season which means two more can go.
It appears that she is telling people in North West Durham that she is local and has moved to Shotley Bridge while at the same time telling the people of Wokingham that she is only renting in Shotley Bridge and her home is in Wokingham.
Daniel Millington, Managing Director of Hunters Wokingham, “Wokingham is always at the centre of both Arts and culture, and supporting local charities.
For example, Newcastle has a spending power per household of PS2,522, which is over PS700 more than Wokingham.
Three wins and a second from his last four runs show a sprinter at the top of his game and he had several of his Wokingham rivals behind him when winning a similar handicap under Joseph O'Brien at Newmarket's Guineas meeting.
Acclamazing is a best-priced 20-1 with Betfred, Paddy Power and Boylesports for Saturday's Wokingham.
The Wokingham Handicap, Royal Ascot's other big betting race, looks a great opportunity for Genki, who ran so well from a bad draw on his reappearance at Newmarket.
Welsh trainer Roger Charlton (left) was very keen on the chestnut's chances in the Wokingham a few weeks ago, but he finished an abject last on unsuitable ground.