Aldermaston Court

Aldermaston Court is a country house built in the Victorian era with incorporations from an earlier house, located in the village of Aldermaston in the English county of Berkshire. The house is now known as Aldermaston Manor and is run as a hotel and wedding venue.

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Thomas Allibone - Career
... In 1946, Allibone was appointed director of the AEI research laboratories at Aldermaston Court ... Whilst at Aldermaston Court, Allibone was involved in pioneering research into nuclear fusion and electron microscopes, and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1948 ... In 1963, Allibone left Aldermaston Court to become the Central Electricity Generating Board's chief scientist, a post he held until 1970 ...
Aldermaston Court - The Present House
... He and his wife Mary built Aldermaston Court about 50 metres south of the previous house ... World War II, the British government requisitioned the estate and built RAF Aldermaston south of the manor house ... was chosen by the government as a site for an airfield, RAF Aldermaston ...

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