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Results of the survey by Woodley Town Council said the 24-acre parck is excellent or good by 83 per cent of the people who took part Woodford Park has been rated a top spot in a questionnaire about places to go and things to do in Woodley.
Art collector and campaigner Markus Lawrence said his reputation and years of community work in Reading had been destroyed after a BBC news story raised questions about the provenance of what he says is a Vincent van Gogh painting So far Royals' boss has been unable to spend any money this summer due to the ongoing ownership situation at the club ... (more)
Parents are needed to come forward to help guide some of the key decisions about the school, which is set to open next September Parents can play a leading role in the development of a new secondary school in the south of the borough.
THIS week we reveal plans for a 7m project to improve a busy roundabout in Bracknell, public sector staff are due to take part in an national strike tomorrow and a packed line-up will feature at a summer festival in Wokingham this weekend.
Part two of the Reading Post/getreading fans' survey looks at Royals' rivals, potential signings and the possibility of an early return to the Premier League The Legendary Real Thing top the bill at the popular festival and promise people will 'get the chance to strut their funky stuff'.
The 8th Wokingham All Saint's Brownies. The 21 girls of 8th Wokingham Brownies will say goodbye to Helen Alderman, their unit leader, at the end of term.
Bob the cat was made famous in 2012, when James Bowen published 'A Street Cat Named Bob', detailing how the feline had turned around the life of the homeless busker.
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The relocation of a flood-prone park and ride scheme, which costs two Berkshire councils A 100,000-a-year each in losses, has been delayed.
Reading Borough Council has been successful in a bid for a share of the A 168 million set aside by central Government to help local authorities repair potholes The Room are a five-piece progressive rock band from Berkshire who formed three years ago and signed to US music label Melodic Revolution Records in 2012 Fantastic festival Under the Sky ... (more)
Reading Borough Council has been successful in a bid for a share of the A 168 million set aside by central Government to help local authorities repair potholes Running from Wednesday, July 9, to Sunday, July 13, the Henley Festival will see five nights of music and entertainment by the banks of the River Thames The Rose Bowl went to Rosemary Steele ... (more)
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:19 am
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