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Pamber Green & Pamber End

Sunrise over Pamber Green

PAMBER GREEN is a rural settlement extending southwards from Tadley into Pamber End. Pamber Green is home to several businesses, including three farms and a riding school, but there is no longer a village shop, or a pub, church, school or public building, and therefore no recognised village centre. Pamber Forest adjoins much of the village, so there is an abundance of wildlife.
The publicly-maintained roads are Aldermaston Road and New Road; further unadopted residential roads include Skates Lane, Kimbers Lane, Green Lane and the lane to Ravenscot Farm. Numerous public footpaths cross the area.
The named watercourses are Honeymill Brook, which is in the Kennet catchment area, and the Little London Stream, which rises in Pamber Green and flows into the River Loddon.

PAMBER END is the southernmost hamlet in Pamber civil parish, with Bow Brook (River Loddon) marking the parish boundary near the Queens College Arms. The settlement extends along the Aldermaston Road,  Bramley Road and Ramsdell Road. Pamber End has no public buildings but it has a pub, and a garden centre with tea shop & gift shop. The Priory church and primary school are situated on the western outskirts of the village.