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With heathlands, woodlands and ponds, Yateley Common offers a variety of experiences to visitors. You can walk, cycle and horse ride through 193 hectares of varied and wildlife rich surroundings. The Common also offers visitors the opportunity to fish, bird watch, and get involved in practical conservation through volunteering.

Following the closure and amalgamation of St Peter's Church of England Junior School and Yateley Infant School, a new primary school opened in September 2010. Named Cranford Park CE Primary School.[9] and catering for around 200 pupils, the new school moved into state of the art facilities on Cranford Park Drive in September 2011.

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A variety of walks, talks and events allow visitors to learn about the habitats, plants and animals that live on Yateley Common.

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The nearest university is the University of Reading, with its main Whiteknights campus about 14 km to the north-west of Yateley.

The town of Yateley lies within the North East Hampshire area and contains the villages of Blackwater and Hawley.

The Yateley Commons Country Park, with woodlands and heath, is linked by a path to nearby Castle Bottom nature reserve, linked by a trail that defines the westerly border of Yateley accessed via its residential area.

Darby Green and Potley FC is the result of a 2010 merger between Darby Green FC and Potley and Frogmore FC.[citation needed] Jed Wallace, a professional footballer, played for Darby Green and Potley FC.[when?]

There are two supermarkets and several smaller stores.

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Through the next few centuries, Yateley developed into a coaching hub between London and Reading.[citation needed][nowhere near the route] Local legend has it that the curate of Yateley, named Parson Darby, was a highwayman who used the Reading Road as his main stamping ground. Darby Green, where he was hanged, is named after him. The "beast" of Yateley Morris Men is a wooden horse wearing a highwayman's disguise, in memory of Parson Darby.

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The Yateley Society is a registered charity, one aim of which is to research and provide information to the public on the history, natural history, architecture and geography of Yateley.

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Bus routes are the 3 to Camberley and Aldershot and the 8 to Farnborough and Reading (Stagecoach in Hants and Surrey). The nearest station is Sandhurst, with trains towards Reading and Guildford.

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Yateley is on a gentle slope towards the Blackwater valley to the north.

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The town also contains within its boundaries the Blackbushe Airport complex, which caters for leisure flights, flying lessons and small business flight operations. The complex also contains a thriving car auction, a go-kart track, parts of an abandoned World War II airfield (those parts of RAF Hartford Bridge which are not now part of Blackbushe Airport)[citation needed] and was once the venue for the popular Blackbushe Sunday Market.

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Yateley School in School Lane and Frogmore Community College on the Potley Hill Road are both comprehensive secondary schools. They also both have leisure centres, and Yateley School has a Sixth Form.

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Other schools in Yateley are Westfields Infant and Junior Schools in School Lane with a total of about 630 students, Potley Hill Primary School, located next to Frogmore Community College, which caters for 300 students and Newlands Primary School, in Dungells Lane, with around 200.

In 2011 Hart district was named the UK's most desirable place to live, and Yateley was mentioned on a BBC news article as one of the towns within the district.[4] In 2014, it was rated one of the most attractive postcode areas to live in England.[5]

Yateley Manor School is an independent school catering for around 500 pupils aged 3 to 13.[10] The majority of pupils from this school go on to Lord Wandsworth College, Wellington College, Berkshire or Farnborough Hill. The school is active in sport and is a very active supporter of chess. In 2008 it became the new sponsor of the National Schools Chess Championships.[11]

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