A West Berkshire school has been rated outstanding by Ofsted for the second inspection in a row.
A West Berkshire nature reserve is one of the areas set for restoration as part of a multi-million pound project.
A local riding charity for disabled people is hosting a sponsored 5km walk this Sunday morning to raise money for a new outdoor arena.
A pain support group is hosting an open event at Shaw House next month to teach people about the theories and facts behind long covid.
A village primary school has had its minibus vandalised, with the culprits only taking odd parts of the vehicle.
A brilliant and beeautiful mural has brightened the subway tunnel of Pangbourne Railway Station to celebrate an employee’s 20 years of service.
Over 30 people walked 20 kilometres from Hungerford to Thatcham in the sunshine last weekend to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with an attempted robbery outside Co-op in Hermitage on Thursday, May 12.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 49,946, an increase of 19 since May 23.
Moor Copse nature reserve is one of the areas set for restoration as part of a £6m project aiming to improve wildlife habitats across England.
An 88-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of exposure and voyeurism after two reports of indecent exposure in Compton were made to police.
AWE has made a £5,000 donation to a charity that provides support and equipment to the special care baby unit at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
Prior’s Court have launched a fundraising appeal to support the construction of a new performing arts centre.
A woman who raised over £20,000 to move a memorial to Greenham Common handed over the rest of the money to Greenham Parish Council to maintain it.
A school in Tilehurst is celebrating 15 years of taking part in a mobility skills programme by holding an 8km walk around the school’s cycle track.
Pupils at Beenham Primary School have been nursing a poorly duck back to health after taking five ducklings under their wing two weeks ago.
A crash on Kiln Road this evening has led to increased traffic in the Turnpike area of Newbury.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 49,826, an increase of 20 since May 16.
Four teenagers who vandalised Beenham Primary School have admitted their involvement in the incident on Sunday, May 15.
There will be a compost giveaway event later this month where West Berkshire residents will be able to pick up soil conditioner for free.