The village green at Dunsden
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Dunsden Green or Dunsden is a village in the civil parish of Eye & Dunsden in South Oxfordshire, about 3 miles (5 km) northeast of Reading, Berkshire. Until 1866 it was in the Oxfordshire part of Sonning parish.
Nearby is the former vicarage. The future First World War poet Wilfred Owen lived here from September 1911 to February 1913 when he served as a lay assistant to the parish priest, Rev. Herbert Wigan.
The Dunsden Owen Association has been formed to commemorate the poet's links with the area, and a smartphone app can be downloaded which provides an interactive guide to the sites with which he was connected. 
In November 2007 a new community orchard was established by the planting of a Blenheim Orange apple tree on the village green by Lord Phillimore, the main local landowner. The orchard is beside the village green.
- Parish Churches of Shiplake, Dunsden and Harpsden
- Pevsner, Nikolaus; Sherwood, Jennifer (1974). The Buildings of England: Oxfordshire. Harmondsworth: Penguin. p. 590. ISBN 0-14-071045-0.
- Dunsden | The Wilfred Owen Association
- | The Dunsden Owen Association
- Eye & Dunsden Parish Council: The Village Hall
- The Loddon Brewery
- Eye & Dunsden Community Orchard
Media related to Dunsden Green at Wikimedia Commons
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