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The name Binfield derives from the coarse grass in the clearing or 'feld' where the village was first discovered within Windsor Forest. Many years ago, Windsor forest was divided into 16 Walkes, The Binfelde Walke was mentioned in the 16th century under Sir Henry Neville, the keeper, who lived at Billingbear. Even though things have changed over the years, Binfield still remains rural, surrounded by beautiful farmland and our golf course (Blue Mountain).
Binfield runs along a ridge that is 260 ft above sea level. To the north is the old parish church of All Saints, across to the south is Amen Corner, which was said to have been named after the congregations of a Dissenting Chapel, built in 1875. The congregations used to say to each other upon leaving it "God be with you, Amen".