Tilehurst, England Newswire

Tilehurst, England Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Tilehurst, England.

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  1. Dumped motorbike torched at Tilehurst cemeteryRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Get Reading

    A Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service crew from Dee Road fire station attended the incident in Edgar Milward Close at 11pm on Wednesday, November 22.

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  2. Man brutally attacked in West Reading urges people to help catch attackerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Get Reading

    A man who was brutally attacked heading home from a night out in Reading is urging anyone who saw the unprovoked assault to come forward.

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  3. Tilehurst rat run 'has not been forgotten' despite three year wait for actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Get Reading

    People living in a "rat run" in Tilehurst , will have to wait patiently over any changes to the speed limit. Homeowners in Recreation Road says motorists constantly speed and that cars parked on the street are often scraped or have wing mirrors knocked off.

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  4. Leukaemia victim wins posthumous Pride of Reading Award after selfless fundraising throughout illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 6 | Get Reading

    She bravely climbed Mount Snowdon , took part in half marathons and fun runs and even completed a sky dive before losing her own battle against the deadly disease.

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  5. Man slams 'draconian' rules after being denied dropped kerb for electric car in ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 5 | Get Reading

    Russell Frain wants to get an electric car but his garden is 21 inches too short for him to install a charging point and use it as a driveway A man wanting to do his bit for the environment has been left furious at the "draconian" rules meaning he cannot have a dropped kerb outside his home. Russell Frain, of Recreation Road in Tilehurst , wants to get an electric car but his front garden is 21 inches too small to meet Reading Borough Council's rules.

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  6. Reading Christmas event cancelled but Coca-Cola truck is coming plus more news from this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 5 | Get Reading

    We also followed the misconduct hearing for two police officers involved in the death of Aston McLean Williams and looked at the worst food establishments according to the Food Standards Agency There was lots of Christmassy news in Reading this week when Coca-Cola announced it would be bringing its touring red truck to Reading once again. The lorry from the classic Christmas "Holidays Are Coming" advert will be visiting several towns and cities across the UK in the coming months.

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  7. Tilehurst primary school wins Pride of Reading award for helping parents through son's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 4 | Get Reading

    Tilehurst's Springfield School is the worthy winner of the 2017 School of the Year Award for the "remarkable" support it gave to a mum who lost her young son to cancer. Byron Want sadly passed away last December at the age of 10 after a 21-month battle against Osteosarcoma - a rare type of bone cancer.

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  8. Royal Berks nurse wins Pride of Reading Award after patients praise her warmth and compassionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 4 | Get Reading

    A "remarkable" and "amazing" Royal Berkshire Hospital A&E nurse has been named Health Worker of the Year Award after heartfelt nominations from patients, colleagues and friends. Deeply loved and respected by many, emergency nurse practitioner Kath O'Hagan , 51, who lives in Southcote , has worked at the hospital in Craven Road for more than a quarter of a century.

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  9. Byte Night wins Charity of the Year award at Pride of ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 4 | Get Reading

    The hugely inspiring Byte Night sleep-out that has raised more than 11.1 million to help young homeless people is the worthy winner of the 2017 Charity of the Year Award. Ken Deeks, MBE, from Westwood Road, Tilehurst , was inspired to set up the charity by the dreaded Millennium computer 'Y2K bug' along with an Action for Children advertisement in a tube station that said 'let's get rid of youth homelessness by 2000'.

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  10. CCTV released after burglars steal antique lamp and leather chair in TilehurstRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | Get Reading

    Three men broke into a house in Park Lane and made off with a number of items including a leather Chesterfield chair and a 5ft antique floor lamp at around 4am on Thursday, October 5. PC Jamie Lawes, based at Reading Police Station, said: "I am keen to speak to the men in these CCTV images, as they may have information which is vital our investigation.

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  11. Butchers, florists, takeaways and Grade II listed buildings are for sale in ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Get Reading

    Other buildings are more suited to those with heavier spending power, with two grade II listed buildings up for sale. These amazing old buildings would provide a spectacular home for a business, but also have numerous rules protecting them which makes it tricky to take over.

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  12. Woman appears in court over Oxford Road fatal crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 31 | Get Reading

    Pertpall Sall, of Headley Road East in Woodley, was charged after the death of 44-year-old Sonata Saulytyte from Lithuania in Oxford Road, West Reading last December.

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  13. Blind woman files police complaint after officers "push their way in" to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 28 | Get Reading

    A blind woman has made an official complaint to police after claiming she and her son, who is also blind, were assaulted and injured by officers. Deborah Catlyn, who is the mother of blind Reading rapper Stoner , says police turned up to her home in Tilehurst , on Wednesday, October 4, looking for her son Javies Catlyn.

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  14. Ex-Paratrooper marks 86th birthday with 86-mile trekRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2017 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Jeffrey Long, of Park Road, Bingley , will walk 86 miles along the River Thames path, taking in some of London's landmarks and locations including the London Eye and Windsor, for charity. He completed the first leg of his testing walk on Saturday, when he travelled from the Thames Barrier to the London Eye.

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  15. No plans for disabled facilities at Tilehurst stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2017 | Get Reading

    Councillor Tony Page told Reading Borough Council there are no plans for improvements at any station "with close proximity to Reading Station". No disabled facilities will be coming to Tilehurst train station any time soon as it was revealed people are expected to travel to Reading to catch trains.

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  16. IKEA 'disappointed' after plans for navigation tower in Calcot get rejectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2017 | Get Reading

    Council officers said the "visually imposing" structure would be "dominating views and detracting from the outlook of the rolling quality of land" in the surrounding area The Swedish flat pack giants wanted permission to put up a large free-standing tower, emblazoned with its blue and yellow logo, which would help motorists find its store.

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  17. Reading FC supporters' club gives major boost to Sunday League players across townRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2017 | Get Reading

    Sunday League teams across the town are to benefit from a new sponsorship deal with the Supporters' Trust at Reading FC for the 2017/18 season. The organisation will contribute around 1,500 into helping sides bear the costs when reaching the latter stages of the three cup competitions run by the League.

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  18. Drivers taken to hospital after Tilehurst crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2017 | Get Reading

    They treated a 33-year-old man for a leg injury and then took him to Royal Berkshire Hospital for treatment.

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  19. Duo hit maximums in first win of seasonRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2017 | Henley Standard

    JOE Barraclough and Gary Morgan both recorded maximums as Sonning Common and Peppard A clinched their first win this season as they won 8-2 at Kingfisher D in Division 1 of the Reading and District League last week. The duo also teamed up to win the match winning doubles against Alan Cummings and Phil Mead 8-11, 11-8, 12-10, 6-11, 11-9.

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  20. Man who staged sit-in at Reading Tesco fined A 20 after 21 hour protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2017 | Get Reading

    A man who staged a protest in a Tesco supermarket has been fined 20 for the 21 hour sit-in. Adama Jammeh appeared at Reading Magistrates' Court on Saturday, October 14, where he admitted one charge of aggravated trespass, after the incident on Friday, October 13. He was ordered to pay a 20 victim surcharge and 40 costs to the CPS, which he must pay within seven days.

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