The closest full Moon to the autumnal equinox, the Harvest Moon marks the turning of the seasons.
Local nightsky gazers will be able to spot the ISS as it glides over the UK.
A round-up of events taking place today (Sunday) across West Berkshire and North Hampshire.
A round-up of events taking place today (Saturday) across West Berkshire and North Hampshire.
If you're looking for something to do this weekend, here's a selection of just some of the events in the area.
Around 120 people enjoyed a barbecue and get together last Saturday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Highclere Society.
A wildlife centre had to close for a day after a body was discovered in the grounds.
More than 250 volunteers and NHS staff gathered at Newbury Racecourse to celebrate the success of the Covid Vaccination Centre.
Chatelaine of Highclere Castle Lady Carnarvon has a written a new book about life at the castle, and its history, entitled Seasons at Highclere.
BBC Economics Editor Faisal Islam visited Rookery Farm, Newbury, for an item for BBC News.
The Nature Discovery Centre in Lower Way, Thatcham, has announced that its café, shop and toilets will remain closed all day.
Exactly five years ago today, September 15 2016, Newbury witnessed a dramatic thunderstorm that flooded the streets and town's railway station.
A vehicle fire on the eastbound slip road of the M4 at Junction 13 is causing delays.
Get along to Love Lane village hall for the Shaw cum Donnington garden show on Saturday, from 11.30am to 4pm.
A Health and Wellbeing Event is being held at Hungerford Rugby Club on Saturday from 11.30am to 4pm.
Falkland Cricket Club hosts the Wash Common Community Festival and Garden and Crafts Show this Saturday, 1pm to 5pm.
The autumn edition of Out & About magazine is available to pick up free from outlets in and around Newbury.
There will be closures on the M4 eastbound and westbound overnight, Thursday, September 9, with local diversions in place.
Teacher Amanda Bailey provides some insight into the amazing, yet often maligned period known as adolescence.
A new season of events are planned at National Trust properties across the region to entertain the whole family.