Earley is a town in Berkshire, England with a population of around 30,000 people. It lies to the east of the large town of Reading, and runs directly into it. It is part of the Wokingham district. In some usages, the name is spelt Erleigh and even Erlegh. Earley itself consists of a number of subordinate areas, including Maiden Erlegh and Lower Earley.
Up to 1888, Earley extended westwards from the Three Tuns crossroads down the Wokingham Road and into Reading. To enable this section to be linked into the drainage system, Reading extended its boundaries to the Three Tuns crossroads and this part of Earley became part of Reading. At this time, the centre of Earley was the crossroads and Saint Peters church.
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