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Close to Windsor Great Park, Egham in Surrey has its own railways station and is well placed for London. 

As many of the towns and villages in the area, Egham appears in the Domesday Book, in which it is known as Egeham, and it was held by Chertsey Abbey. In 1215, the Magna Carta was signed at nearby Runnymede and there is a memorial to this auspicious date at Cooper’s Hill. A further memorial is that on top of the hill at Englefield Green – it honours all Commonwealth air force personnel who perished in World War II. When it comes to eating out in Egham, expect to find your fair share of chains but, in amongst them, are some smashing independent businesses.