Charvil is a village and civil parish in Berkshire, England. It lies a few miles east of Reading on the A4 road to Maidenhead, between Sonning and Twyford. The village is home to around 2,000 residents.
The area was mostly farmland until the 1950s and the population has increased significantly since then. Charvil is bisected by the new Bath Road ( A4) which leads to the odd situation that the few village amenities are also split – a small church on one side and a pub, village hall and "corner shop" on the other.