Inkpen Common

Inkpen Common is a hamlet and common in the English county of Berkshire, within the civil parish of Inkpen.

The settlement lies south of the A4 road and approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) south-east of Hungerford.

Settlements in West Berkshire
Towns
  • Hungerford
  • Newbury
  • Thatcham
Civil parishes
  • Aldermaston
  • Aldworth
  • Ashampstead
  • Basildon
  • Beech Hill
  • Beedon
  • Beenham
  • Boxford
  • Bradfield
  • Brightwalton
  • Brimpton
  • Bucklebury
  • Burghfield
  • Catmore
  • Chaddleworth
  • Chieveley
  • Cold Ash
  • Combe
  • Compton
  • East Garston
  • East Ilsley
  • Enborne
  • Englefield
  • Farnborough
  • Fawley
  • Frilsham
  • Great Shefford
  • Greenham
  • Hampstead Norreys
  • Hamstead Marshall
  • Hermitage
  • Holybrook
  • Inkpen
  • Kintbury
  • Lambourn
  • Leckhampstead
  • Midgham
  • Mortimer Common
  • Padworth
  • Pangbourne
  • Peasemore
  • Purley-on-Thames
  • Shaw-cum-Donnington
  • Speen
  • Stanford Dingley
  • Stratfield Mortimer
  • Streatley
  • Sulham
  • Sulhamstead
  • Theale
  • Tidmarsh
  • Tilehurst
  • Ufton Nervet
  • Wasing
  • Welford
  • West Woodhay
  • West Ilsley
  • Winterbourne
  • Wokefield
  • Woolhampton
  • Yattendon
Other villages
and hamlets
  • Aldermaston Wharf
  • Ashmore Green
  • Avington
  • Bagnor
  • Beansheaf Farm
  • Beedon Common
  • Benham Hill
  • Bloomfield Hatch
  • Brightwalton Green
  • Brimpton Common
  • Burghfield Bridge
  • Burnt Hill
  • Calcot
  • Chapel Row
  • Colthrop
  • Crockham Heath
  • Crookham
  • Downend
  • Donnington
  • Eastbury
  • Eddington
  • Elcot
  • Eling
  • Enborne Row
  • Fords Farm
  • Goddard's Green
  • Halfway
  • Heads Hill
  • Hell Corner
  • Hoe Benham
  • Honey Bottom
  • Hungerford Newtown
  • Hunts Green
  • Hyde End
  • Inkpen Common
  • Lambourn Woodlands
  • Little Heath
  • Lower Basildon
  • Lower Denford
  • Lower Padworth
  • Marlston
  • Marsh Benham
  • Midgham Green
  • Ownham
  • Padworth Common
  • Shaw
  • Shefford Woodlands
  • Snelsmore
  • South Fawley
  • Stockcross
  • Upper Basildon
  • Upper Denford
  • Upper Eddington
  • Upper Lambourn
  • Upper Woolhampton
  • Wash Common
  • Wash Water
  • Weston
  • Wickham
  • Wickham Heath
  • Woodlands St Mary
  • Woodspeen
  • World's End

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