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Encyclopedia > Sunningdale

This page is about the town. For the agreement, see Sunningdale Agreement.

Sunningdale
Administration
Borough: Windsor & Maidenhead
Region: South East England
Nation: England
Other
Ceremonial County: Berkshire
Traditional County: Berkshire
Postal County: Berkshire

Sunningdale is a town in Berkshire, part of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. It is very close to the present border with Surrey, and is not far from Ascot and Virginia Water.


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Sunningdale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (226 words)
Sunningdale is a large village and civil parish in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in the English county of Berkshire.
The present-day civil parish of Sunningdale was, until 1995, partly in Berkshire and partly in Surrey.
The Sunningdale Agreement was signed at Sunningdale Park, the Civil Service Staff College (now the National School of Government) on 9 December 1973, part of the Northern Ireland peace process [1].
Sunningdale Agreement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1316 words)
The Sunningdale Agreement was an attempt to end the Northern Ireland troubles by forcing unionists to share power with nationalists.
Talks were held between 6 December and 9 December in the Berkshire town of Sunningdale between the British Prime Minister Edward Heath, the Irish Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave and the three pro-agreement parties.
Some twenty-five years after the collapse of Sunningdale, the Good Friday Agreement replicated most of its principles and was famously described as "Sunningdale for slow learners" by SDLP Deputy Leader Seamus Mallon, although the Unionists did not have the veto power they held previously due to demographics, and divided Unionist thinking.
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