St Laurence's Church
|West Woodhay shown within Berkshire|
|Area||14.75 km2 (5.70 sq mi)|
|Population||122 (2011 census including Coombe)|
|• Density||8/km2 (21/sq mi)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
The area is more elevated compared to the rest of the county of Berkshire and the district. It is undulating and has the main source of the Enborne. It has a border to the south with Hampshire and is centred 3 miles (4.8 km) west south-west of Newbury, between Inkpen and Ball Hill. The eastern slopes of Walbury Hill, the highest point in South East England fall within its bounds as is the adjoining West Woodhay Down, a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
|Output area||Homes owned outright||Owned with a loan||Socially rented||Privately rented||Other||km² roads||km² water||km² domestic gardens||Usual residents||km²|
- Key Statistics: Dwellings; Quick Statistics: Population Density; Physical Environment: Land Use Survey 2005
- "Magic Map Application". Magic.defra.gov.uk. Retrieved 2017-03-06.
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