Burchetts Green

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Burchetts Green
Burchetts Green Road passes The Crown (geograph 3017133).jpg
The Crown pub in Burchetts Green
Burchetts Green is located in Berkshire
Burchetts Green
Burchetts Green
Location within Berkshire
OS grid referenceSU839812
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townMaidenhead
Postcode districtSL6
Dialling code01628
PoliceThames Valley
FireRoyal Berkshire
AmbulanceSouth Central
UK Parliament
List of places
51°31′24″N 0°47′23″W / 51.523438°N 0.789811°W / 51.523438; -0.789811Coordinates: 51°31′24″N 0°47′23″W / 51.523438°N 0.789811°W / 51.523438; -0.789811

Burchetts Green is a small village to the west of Maidenhead in the English county of Berkshire. It is half in the civil parish of Hurley and half in the civil parish of Bisham. According to the Post Office, in the 2011 census, the majority of the population was included in the civil parish of Bray.

The Berkshire College of Agriculture is located there and includes Hall Place, which was built in 1728 by William East, a wealthy London lawyer.[1]

Burchetts Green School was originally built as a chapel in 1868 on land donated by the Clayton-East family. It is an infant school with around 50 pupils.[2]

There are three churches in the parish,[3] as well as a Michelin starred pub, The Crown,[4] which in 2017 was voted 10th in Estrella Damm's top 50 gastro pubs in the United Kingdom.[5][6]


  1. ^ "Home - BCA".
  2. ^ "Burchetts Green C of E Infant School".
  3. ^ "Home".
  4. ^ O'Loughlin, Marina (23 December 2016). "The Crown, Burchetts Green, Berkshire: 'A family affair' – restaurant review" – via The Guardian.
  5. ^ Perryman, Francesca (3 February 2017). "See which Berkshire pubs have been named best in the UK".
  6. ^ "Britain's 50 best gastropubs 2017".