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What's on Sunday

William Walker

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William Walker

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There’s sport, charity events and food fiestas on offer across the district this post-summer Sunday.

At Newbury’s Market Place the first outdoor boxing match will be held in the town after Newbury BID got a temporary notice to hold the exhibition.

The open air exhibition will take place from noon until 2.30pm and will feature youngsters from the Thames Valley Amateur Boxing Club showing off their moves.

In Pangbourne, the primary school will host the annual 10k run, which kicks off from Pember End at 10am.

All are welcome and proceeds for the run will go towards Pangbourne primary school.

For the foodies the first ever Goring and Streatley Food and Drink Festival rolls into its second day and promises a jam-packed schedule of both food and drinks across pubs and restaurants throughout the area.

Highlights include the judging of the adult’s and children’s Bake Off competition which will be held at The Swan at by Streatley’s head chef Nick Galer.

For the full itinerary and a list of venues and stall holders taking part visit: www.goringstreatleyfoodfest.co.uk/

Newbury firefighters will be working up a lather from 10am until 4pm all in aid of the Firefighters Charity.

Treat the car to a good clean and help raise funds for charity at Newbury Fire Station this afternoon.

And finally, in the cricket, East Woodhay take on Falkland Farewell.

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