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Burghclere miniature railway raises £1,200 for Ukraine

21 March 2022
Burghclere miniature railway raises £1,200 for Ukraine

Burghclere miniature railway raises £1,200 for Ukraine

21 March 2022

The Burghclere Miniature Railway raised over £1,000 for the Ukraine humanitarian appeal on its first public running day of the year last Sunday.


New café opens in Parkway

19 March 2022
New café opens in Parkway

New café opens in Parkway

19 March 2022

A new café dedicated to providing local and ethically-sourced food and drink to their customers has opened in Newbury town centre.


CCTV images released following Goring burglary

18 March 2022
CCTV images released following Goring burglary

CCTV images released following Goring burglary

18 March 2022

Police would like to speak to two men in relation to a burglary that took place in Goring at around 5pm on Monday, March 14.


Woman in her 80s dies in Grazeley collision

18 March 2022
Woman in her 80s dies in Grazeley collision

Woman in her 80s dies in Grazeley collision

18 March 2022

A woman in her 80s has died after being involved in a traffic collision in Grazeley on Wednesday afternoon.


Portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge to be displayed in Pangbourne and Reading

17 March 2022
Portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge to be displayed in Pangbourne and Reading

Portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge to be displayed in Pangbourne and Reading

17 March 2022

One of three portraits, taken to celebrate the 40th birthday of the Duchess of Cambridge, is to be displayed in Berkshire.


Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 17

17 March 2022
Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 17

Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 17

17 March 2022

The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 43,129 - an increase of 331 in the last 24 hours.


Scout school becomes one of the country's first

17 March 2022
Scout school becomes one of the country's first

Scout school becomes one of the country's first

17 March 2022

A West Berkshire primary school has become one of the country’s first to enrol its entire student body in the scout programme.


Newbury woman 'embarrassed' of being Russian

17 March 2022
Newbury woman 'embarrassed' of being Russian

Newbury woman 'embarrassed' of being Russian

17 March 2022

A Russian woman living in Newbury who recently returned from seeing her family in her home country has revealed her ‘embarrassment’ at being Russian.

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Road closed in Theale due to emergency roadworks

17 March 2022
Road closed in Theale due to emergency roadworks

Road closed in Theale due to emergency roadworks

17 March 2022

Emergency roadworks in Theale have caused closures which will last until next week.


Car accident near AWE Burghfield closes roads

16 March 2022
Car accident near AWE Burghfield closes roads

Car accident near AWE Burghfield closes roads

16 March 2022

A car accident on Riders Lane has meant police have had to shut an intersection while they deal with the incident.


Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 15

15 March 2022
Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 15

Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 15

15 March 2022

The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 42,474 - an increase of 268 in the last 24 hours.


Cycling couple raise nearly £10k for children's charity

15 March 2022
Cycling couple raise nearly £10k for children's charity

Cycling couple raise nearly £10k for children's charity

15 March 2022

A Great Shefford couple are embarking on a cycling challenge to raise money for the NHS after their young daughter received some outstanding care.


Florist opens in Aldermaston

15 March 2022
Florist opens in Aldermaston

Florist opens in Aldermaston

15 March 2022

A new florist stocking British and seasonal flowers has opened in Aldermaston.


Delays likely in Pangbourne

14 March 2022
Delays likely in Pangbourne

Delays likely in Pangbourne

14 March 2022

Traffic delays are likely in Pangbourne for the next two weeks while a road undergoes essential roadworks.


Mary Hare win national football competition

14 March 2022
Mary Hare win national football competition

Mary Hare win national football competition

14 March 2022

Mary Hare School lifted the senior trophy in a national football competition that took place in Derby on Tuesday, February 8.


Police issue multiple tickets in village speed enforcement

13 March 2022
Police issue multiple tickets in village speed enforcement

Police issue multiple tickets in village speed enforcement

13 March 2022

Police have been monitoring drivers' speeds in a number of West Berkshire villages with the highest recorded being 49 in a 30mph speed limit zone.


60-year-old man involved in serious traffic collision

12 March 2022
60-year-old man involved in serious traffic collision

60-year-old man involved in serious traffic collision

12 March 2022

A man was seriously injured in a traffic collision that occurred between a car and motorcycle in Calcot on Thursday.


Village cricket club's fight for survival

12 March 2022
Village cricket club's fight for survival

Village cricket club's fight for survival

12 March 2022

Members of a 40-year-old village cricket team have come together to help save their beloved club from fading out of existence.


Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 11

11 March 2022
Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 11

Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of March 11

11 March 2022

The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 41,426 - an increase of 236 in the last 24 hours.


Moor Lane closed due to leak

11 March 2022
Moor Lane closed due to leak

Moor Lane closed due to leak

11 March 2022

A visible leak on a Newbury road has caused an emergency road closure so that Thames Water can carry out urgent repairs.


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