Sunday set to be a scorcher

Your weekend weather forecast for West Berkshire

Andy Murrill


Andy Murrill



Sunday set to be a scorcher

It looks set to be a sunny weekend for West Berkshire, with Sunday set to be the best day.

The Met Office predicts today will be sunny with clouds, and the top temperature will be 20 degrees C.

Tomorrow (Saturday) will also be sunny with some cloud, top temperature 21 degrees C, and Sunday is set to be sunny all day with the top temperature at 23 degrees C.

There's plenty to do across West Berkshire and North Hampshire to make the most of the sunshine. We've listed some highlights below, but keep looking at newburytoday for updates on weekend activities for all the family.

Today (Friday)

Project Vee: Circus Skills, Market Place, Newbury 8.15pm-8.45pm Free outdoor event

Carousel: dance theatre event, Market Place 9.15pm-10pm Free outdoor event

Tomorrow (Saturday)

Newbury District Ornithological Club, A morning visit to Crookham Common for a joint walk with BBOWT to look for Dartford warbler, nightingales and woodlark. Meet in the Crookham Common car park at 8.30am. (GR174/SU523645). All welcome, non-members of NDOC please book through BBOWT’s website.

May Fayre, at Longparish School, noon-3pm. Cost £1 for adults, free for children. Enjoy a fun day out with bouncy castles, cakes, popcorn, pony rides, entertainment, stalls and raffle prizes. Join in and help raise money for Longparish Primary School.


Burghfield May Fayre, 10.30am-4pm

Rotary Annual Charity Sponsored Walk, the event allows individuals or groups to generate sponsorship income for their favourite charity, club, school, church etc by walking a route marshalled by the Rotary Club of Newbury. The walk starts from The Victory Room, Bucklebury, between 11am and 12.30pm with a choice of routes. Visit the Newbury Rotary website at www.newburyrotary.org, email walk@newburyrotary.org or call 01635 42027. Walkers can turn up on the day.

Youth Day, in Northbrook Street (near Camp Hopson), noon-4pm, brought to you by Berkshire Youth

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