Ryeish Green

Ryeish Green

Infobox UK place
official_name= Ryeish Green
country= England
region= South East England

area_total_km2 =
latitude= 51.402417
longitude= -0.96225
post_town= Reading
postcode_area= RG
postcode_district= RG7
dial_code= 0118
constituency_westminster= Wokingham
civil_parish= Shinfield
lieutenancy_england= Berkshire
unitary_england= Wokingham
hide_services= Yes

Ryeish Green is a small hamlet in the civil parish of Shinfield, Berkshire, England, 4 miles south of Reading. It is located next to Spencers Wood and sometimes considered a part of that village.

The only road in the hamlet is Hyde End Lane, which was an unnamed road until recently.

It is the location of Ryeish Green School, which served as the local polling station for many years. The polling station was moved to Spencer Wood in 2008. The school is threatened with closure.

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