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Where were you born and where do you now live?

Born in Reading, Live in Reading area
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Born in Reading, Live elsewhere.
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Born elsewhere, Live in Reading area
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Born and live somewhere else in UK. Just like biscuits.
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Born and live in U.S.A.
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bobby m's syrup
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by bobby m's syrup » 28 Jul 2007 17:14

Katie Marsden You're only a proper Reading if you were born IN the Royal Berks.

The rest of you are glory hunting out of towners.


Tosh! Plastic Readingensian or what?

Before the maternity unit was established in the RBH, it was sited at Battle Hospital. There was also the Dellwood Maternity Home near the old Elm Park ground by Prospect Park.

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by Maguire » 28 Jul 2007 17:57

FWIW.

I was born in Townlands in Henley-in-Thames as well.

Henley -> Reading -> Oxford -> Reading

Smacks of a lack of imagination, although the only other place i'd really choose to live at the moment is Lonners. Remain flexibly-minded about moving wherever in the future should the right job/woman appear.

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by readingbedding » 28 Jul 2007 18:15

bobby m's syrup
Katie Marsden You're only a proper Reading if you were born IN the Royal Berks.

The rest of you are glory hunting out of towners.


Tosh! Plastic Readingensian or what?

Before the maternity unit was established in the RBH, it was sited at Battle Hospital. There was also the Dellwood Maternity Home near the old Elm Park ground by Prospect Park.


Battle or Royal Berks, all the rest should phuck off and support Wokingham or something.

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by Lamberts Tipple » 28 Jul 2007 18:51

Born in Battle, raised in Bradfield, poly in Plymouth / Exter, Palmer Park, Caversham, Tokers Green and then three different locations off Parkside Road. Came south of the River to be nearer to EP!

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by crossie » 28 Jul 2007 19:09

AbovetheI What if you were born in America whilst on holiday? But returned home to the Royal county?

Then you should oxf*rd off back there.

HTH.


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by igoe agogo » 29 Jul 2007 12:36

I was born in Cornwall and now live in Durham, did live for 12 years in the royal county though - White Waltham and Wokkers.

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by ArfnipIsARoyal » 29 Jul 2007 13:56

Born - Heatherwood, Ascot

Live - Bracknell for 21 years

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by newbiscuit » 30 Jul 2007 22:59

bobby m's syrup
Katie Marsden You're only a proper Reading if you were born IN the Royal Berks.

The rest of you are glory hunting out of towners.


Tosh! Plastic Readingensian or what?

Before the maternity unit was established in the RBH, it was sited at Battle Hospital. There was also the Dellwood Maternity Home near the old Elm Park ground by Prospect Park.


Most people i know were born at home, hospital births were for softies, poofters and mummies-boys! Get a grip!

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