12 hrs ago
Collection of Bicycles
Buyer Collects, collect from address specified Collection will need to be arranged by emailing the property officer to arrange a suitable date and time to Che.Yeung@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk Collection of 12 bicycles.
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16 hrs ago
Cyclists and drivers urged to look out for each other during Tour of Berkshire
The Tour of Berkshire is a mobile festival of cycling which has been organised by Urban Limits campaign with councils from Bracknell Forest, Slough, West Berkshire, Windsor & Maidenhead and Wokingham Cycling fans are encouraged to get on their bikes today as the second Tour of Berkshire starts at Arlington Business Park in Theale.
20 hrs ago
Long-serving Wokingham police inspector Greg Elphick retires after 30 years
It has been announced that the new Maiden Erlegh School will open to Year Seven students in September 2015 at a site in Crescent Road.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Council objects again to house as a too biga
PLANS to build a five- bedroom house in Loddon Drive, Wargrave, have again been opposed by the parish council.
Police at home in Priestwood after man refuses to leave
Officers were called to the house in Moordale Avenue at around 8.20am this morning after reports of a fear for welfare.
Sunrise Tea Dance
THE Mayor of Wokingham Borough cut a cake to open a tea dance at the Sunrise care home in Sonning.
Criticism over plans to scrap some of Broadmoor's sirens
West London Mental Health Trust which runs the high-security psychiatric mental health unit in Crowthorne wants to cut seven of its 13 alarms.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Six weeks of disruption expected as major work starts on A329M
COMMUTERS are bracing themselves for six weeks of disruption when major work starts on a vital road connecting Wokingham, Bracknell and Reading.
Firefighters called to smoke-filled flat in Bracknell
Crews from Bracknell, Wokingham, and Wokingham Road stations attended the blaze in Campion House, Jock's Lane at about 4am Crews from Bracknell, Wokingham, and Wokingham Road stations attended the blaze in Campion House, Jock's Lane at about 4am.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Want a long, healthy life? Live in Richmond upon Thames or...
But residents of the poorest areas - where smoking, drinking and obesity are more common - become unhealthy as young as 52. The predictions from the Office for National Statistics expose a North-South divide in how long people stay well and active.
Eurovision comes to town in EBOS's Eurobeat
Eurovision superstar Conchita Wurst will have to cling on to her crown next week when 10 acts from Bracknell and Wokingham start snapping at her heels.
Police hunt woman in connection with Bracknell Hilton hotel incident
Police are keen to speak to the woman who they believe may have been involved in a row during Royal Ascot week Police are keen to speak to the woman who they believe may have been involved in a row during Royal Ascot week This is a woman police would like to talk to about a row between two women at the Bracknell Hilton hotel.
View 700 home Emmbrook plans in Wokingham today and tomorrow
Plans for a mini-village of more than 700 homes, a school and shops go on display for the first time this week.
New severe weather warning for Bracknell, Reading and Wokingham
The Met Office has issued an amber severe weather warning for heavy rain for parts of Central and Southern England including Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell.
Kind-hearted Wokingham builder wants to pay back community
A big-hearted builder is putting a A 3,000 project up for grabs to give something back to the community that has helped him prosper.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Dr Phillip Lee: Local Growth Deals will supprt economic growth across the Thames Valley
These projects will play an important role in supporting the regenerations of town centres in the Thames Valley, including Bracknell and Wokingham.
Dad to get voice heard over Wokingham grass-cutting after boss admits ...
Brian Clark has been invited to speak to Wokingham Borough Council's overview and scrutiny management committee next week about his campaign for more regular grass cutting A dad leading a campaign for more mowing in Wokingham will put his case to a committee after its vice-chairman admitted "something had gone badly wrong" with grass cutting.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Alcohol, cash and cameras stolen in Wokingham burglaries
Police want to speak to potential witnesses of a fight in Spencers Wood thought to be filmed on a mobile phone Police officers are calling for witnesses to come forward following the five break-ins which took place between Thursday, June 27, and Monday, July 14, close to Wokingham town centre.
Heatwave warning for Bracknell, Reading and Wokingham followed by heavy rain
Leigh Peppiatt from Whitley, denies attempting to murder Jamie Pithers at Premier Karting in Headley Road on October 26, last year Follow all the action as Royals take on the Grecians in their first pre-season friendly of the summer The 15th Caversham Festival, hosted by town music charity Readipop, saw thousands of people descend on the riverside ... (more)