In this week's Newbury Weekly News......




In this week's Newbury Weekly News......

IN this week’s Newbury Weekly News, Hey Jude! A disabled Newbury youngster defies medical experts by taking his first unaided steps.

In other news, the latest plans for access to Sandleford Park have been objected to.

Also this week, tributes have been paid to West Berkshire actress and campaigner Coral Atikins. 

Meanwhile, improvements to the A34 have been approved. 

In this week’s Hungerford edition of the Newbury Weekly News, the Friends of Hungerford Library unveil a radical plan to save the facility for the town.

Plus, we report on angry scenes at a public meeting to discuss siting a knacker’s yard and carcass incinerator in the Valley of the Racehorse.

In Thatcham, there's a response to cuts affecting the town; residents put their fears about flooding to a planning inspector; and we've got coverage of the town's Christmas lights switch on. 

North Hampshire villagers waiting for permits to use a West Berkshire recycling centre just over the county border look set to receive an early Christmas present

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Headteacher declines to comment on actions taken


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