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Missing Person Search in Reading

When it comes to long lost friends, relatives you didn't know existed and even people that have run off with borrowed money, Private Investigator Reading Agency is the right place to contact rather than spending time and effort to track them down on your own. We feel honoured to carry out these tasks for you by finding missing people. Our team works dilligently to make sure these missing people are found on time. We are proud of our skilled workers who contribute to bringing together families/friends and help strengthen bonds that were otherwise percieved as lost.

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  • Reading

    Reading

    Reading is a town situated 37 miles west of London. Historically, it was an important trading and religious place, now it is a commercial centre and serves as retail centre and base of large corporations. Reading's historic landmarks include Maiwand Lion, The Blade, Jacksons Corner, a number of abbeys, and over 100 parks and playgrounds. Every year, Reading hosts one of the biggest rock music festivals in the country, Reading Festival.

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    Reading

    Reading is an old town and a county of Berkshire. Its early settlement dates back in the 8th century. It is a home of the Reading Abbey, a rich monastery during medieval times that was destroyed in 1538. Now, the Abbey serves as an important landmark and tourist attraction. Reading, throughout history, has been a residence of famous people - Jane Austen (author of Pride and Prejudice), Ricky Gervais (celebrity), and Kate Winslet (celebrity).

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  • Visit Reading

    Visit Reading

    With a variety of commercial centres and historic landmarks, the Oracle Shopping Centre is literally the one stop shop for shoppers in Berkshire. Within Reading are remnants of England's past - Reading Museum, a child-friendly museum that exhibits a Bayeux Tapestry; Mapledurham House, a 16th century house; Reading Abbey, a ruined abbey; and Greyfriar Church, a 13th century evangelical church. Reading is a convergence of both new and olden times.

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  • Basildon Park

    Basildon Park

    Basildon Park is a 30-minute ride from Reading. Before it served as a barracks during the second World War, it was passed down from several owners. Now it serves as a gallery of remarkable collections of furniture and belongings of the previous owners, works of art from different parts of the world, and other special collections. The house itself is a wondrous neoclassical display which had been used a location of popular movies like Pride and Prejudice.

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  • Dinton Pastures

    Dinton Pastures

    About 74 miles from Reading is the Dinton Park, a 450-acre country park where you can have fun and activities. This park is ideal for group activities such as rock climbing, a canoe tour, and swimming. As you simply cannot get enough thrill in a day, there are also accommodations for overnight stay. The Park also includes a play park for children. The estate is also a home of various endemic mammals, birds, and amphibians.

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  • Reading Museum

    Reading Museum

    When you are in Reading, Reading Museum is hard to miss as it is the heart of the town and just a two-minute walk from the train station. The Museum offers various exhibits an exciting group activities. Its collections include art, archaeology, history and natural history. Perhaps the most popular display in the museum is the replica of Bayeux Tapestry - a beautiful embroidery that tells the story of the Battle of Hastings.

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