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The Elizabethan stately home, called Shaw House, is located here. It was one of the Royalist headquarters during the Second Battle of Newbury and, later, the home of the childhood home of the historian, James Pettit Andrews. It is now a conference centre owned by West Berkshire Council.
- "Shaw House built by the Dolman family". www.newburyhistory.co.uk.
- "Second Battle of Newbury 1644". www.newburyhistory.co.uk.
- http://www.newburyanddistrict.co.uk/pdf/jan13/connect-service-6-and-6A-%28effective-from-18-Feb-2013%29.pdf[dead link]
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