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Young invited to speak out in Town Council event

02 June 2021
Young invited to speak out in Town Council event

Young invited to speak out in Town Council event

02 June 2021

Young residents are being invited to take part in a free online event hosted by Newbury Town Council.


Newbury Artisan Market's big comeback

29 May 2021
Newbury Artisan Market's big comeback

Newbury Artisan Market's big comeback

29 May 2021

Newbury Artisan Market returns this Sunday - and organisers Newbury BID have unveiled a number of stalls set to make the date.


Dog rescued from manhole seeks new owner

28 May 2021
Dog rescued from manhole seeks new owner

Dog rescued from manhole seeks new owner

28 May 2021

A stray dog recovered from a manhole is being cared for at the Dogs Trust in Newbury.


TV star visits Woolhampton pub

28 May 2021
TV star visits Woolhampton pub

TV star visits Woolhampton pub

28 May 2021

The Rowbarge in Woolhampton had a brush with stardom on Monday when TV icon James May popped in for a pint.


Great hair day for Bertie Pilkington

28 May 2021
Great hair day for Bertie Pilkington

Great hair day for Bertie Pilkington

28 May 2021

A Newtown boy who made national headlines after growing his hair for almost a decade has had his mane cut for charity.


New coronavirus test site opens in Newbury

27 May 2021
New coronavirus test site opens in Newbury

New coronavirus test site opens in Newbury

27 May 2021

A new mobile testing site is to open in Newbury Library car park tomorrow (Friday).


New vaccination facility at the Kennet Centre

27 May 2021
New vaccination facility at the Kennet Centre

New vaccination facility at the Kennet Centre

27 May 2021

A new coronavirus vaccination clinic launched at the Kennet Centre on Thursday.


Sovereign Housing's £90,000 pledge to good causes

26 May 2021
Sovereign Housing's £90,000 pledge to good causes

Sovereign Housing's £90,000 pledge to good causes

26 May 2021

Sovereign Housing is offering tens of thousands of pounds of community grants to local good causes and charities.


Prior's Court youths' Father's Day crafts now on sale

25 May 2021
Prior's Court youths' Father's Day crafts now on sale

Prior's Court youths' Father's Day crafts now on sale

25 May 2021

Young people at Prior's Court in Hermitage have produced a variety of handmade goods for sale to the public ahead of Father's Day.


Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of Monday, May 24

24 May 2021
Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of Monday, May 24

Coronavirus West Berkshire: latest confirmed cases as of Monday, May 24

24 May 2021

The total number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire has increased in the past 24 hours.


Newbury woman set to donate 'lockdown locks' to cancer charity

23 May 2021
Newbury woman set to donate 'lockdown locks' to cancer charity

Newbury woman set to donate 'lockdown locks' to cancer charity

23 May 2021

A 23-year-old from Newbury is set to donate her 'lockdown locks' to the Little Princess Trust.


Watch the music video for the UK's Eurovision entry - filmed at Greenham Common

21 May 2021
Watch the music video for the UK's Eurovision entry - filmed at Greenham Common

Watch the music video for the UK's Eurovision entry - filmed at Greenham Common

21 May 2021

The Eurovision Song Contest final kicks off tomorrow and the UK's entry, 'Embers', has a West Berkshire connection.


Police stops at American Bridge

18 May 2021
Police stops at American Bridge

Police stops at American Bridge

18 May 2021

Thames Valley Police officers conducted stops at the American Bridge in Newbury yesterday (Monday), issuing fines and points to drivers.


Newbury plaque to honour first man treated with penicillin

18 May 2021
Newbury plaque to honour first man treated with penicillin

Newbury plaque to honour first man treated with penicillin

18 May 2021

Police Constable Albert Alexander served in Newbury in the 1920s.


Coronavirus West Berkshire: confirmed cases as of May 17

17 May 2021
Coronavirus West Berkshire: confirmed cases as of May 17

Coronavirus West Berkshire: confirmed cases as of May 17

17 May 2021

The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire has increased in the last 48 hours.


Police advising Calcot and Tilehurst residents on risks posed by rogue traders

17 May 2021
Police advising Calcot and Tilehurst residents on risks posed by rogue traders

Police advising Calcot and Tilehurst residents on risks posed by rogue traders

17 May 2021

TVP's Pangbourne Neighbourhood Team are visiting Calcot and Tilehurst today (Monday) to advise local people on the risks posed by rogue traders.


Roundabout closures in Burghfield Common

17 May 2021
Roundabout closures in Burghfield Common

Roundabout closures in Burghfield Common

17 May 2021

The double roundabouts linking Reading Road, Goring Lane and Padworth Road in Burghfield Common are to close over the coming days.


West Berkshire reopens

17 May 2021
West Berkshire reopens

West Berkshire reopens

17 May 2021

More than 125 public events are being planned across the district as the country continues to emerge from the national coronavirus lockdown.


Thousands of homes and businesses set for superfast broadband offering

15 May 2021
Thousands of homes and businesses set for superfast broadband offering

Thousands of homes and businesses set for superfast broadband offering

15 May 2021

Broadband firm Gigaclear has laid more than 435 miles of broadband fibre cables across rural West Berkshire.


Mr Simms opens in Newbury

14 May 2021
Mr Simms opens in Newbury

Mr Simms opens in Newbury

14 May 2021

A Mr Simm's sweet shop was opened by Newbury Mayor Billy Drummond today (Friday).


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