A Chieveley publican is retiring today after 17 years in charge of one of the area’s most beloved pubs.
A short film celebrating the work done at Prior’s Court wins a prize at an industry award ceremony earlier this month.
Work is already underway at the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel to mark the 40 years that have passed since the Falklands War occurred.
A local secondary school has been recognized for its tennis programme by a county sports association in its annual award announcement.
West Berkshire Council has encouraged people to pledge to pick one bag of litter for a mass campaign aiming to tidy up the country.
Police have arrested a man in Newbury today in connection with a number of high value thefts that occurred in shops around Newbury and Thatcham.
A Ukraine fundraising event at Englefield House raised over £30,000 last week and featured a raffle drawn by local celebrity Chris Tarrant.
A Streatley road has been closed due to road works and it isn’t expected to re-open until next week.
An array of household items including a toilet, a lawn mower and a few flat screen TVs were found during the Wasing Estate’s annual litter pick.
A new 18-hole mini golf course is coming to Newbury town centre and is expected to open in time for the Easter school holidays.
A special tree planting ceremony was held at Chapel Row Green in Bucklebury on Friday, March 11, to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
A Curridge family has received an Elizabeth Cross in honour of a family member who died more than 50 years ago.
A community garden and orchard is coming together in the centre of Newbury after a number of volunteers started the project three years ago.
An order which allows police to stop and search individuals without reasonable grounds has been put in place within Newbury for the next 24 hours.
A former pupil of a Newbury primary school is campaigning to save her old school’s site from being purchased and built upon by developers.
Three boys cycled the distance of a marathon around Greenham Common and raised over £1,600 for Ukrainian refugees on Sunday, March 13.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 44,465 - an increase of 279 in the last 24 hours.
Newbury had its first major Hindu festival in two years last Saturday, March 19, when Holi was celebrated at the Phoenix Centre.
A man in his sixties had to be airlifted to hospital yesterday after being involved in a serious road traffic collision in Baydon.
Two boys from East Ilsley raised more than £1,000 to help support Ukraine by selling boxes of muffins around their village two weeks ago.