A range of fun events for the whole family from church and school fetes to the first Newbury Pride March and the return of the Waterways festival.
Motorists ignored the daytime vehicle ban imposed in Northbrook Street in 1998 leading to pedestrian rage and the installation of electronic bollards.
Tonight, Thursday, June 30, sees the return of Newbury Racecourse's popular Gin Thursdays and tickets are £5 if you book before midday.
The Kennet and Avon Canal running alongside Newbury's Victoria Park will be filled with boats on Sunday, July 3.
Entertainment for everyone with fetes, craft fairs, markets, music and a free event in Newbury organised by the Corn Exchange and 101 Outdoor Arts.
Out & About is packed full of features, regular columns and a selection of things to see and do and it's free to pick up.
For the first time in 18 years, astronomers will be treated to a feast in the night sky when five planets line up.
In September 1994, the Northcroft Leisure Centre held a star-studded open day following a major refurbishment.
If you're looking for something to do with the family this weekend, here is a roundup of events across the districts.
Stargazers and night sky watchers should be in for a lunar treat today (Tuesday), when June's Full Super Moon reaches its peak.
Here is a round up of events across the district this weekend.
In honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Shaw House is being lit up every evening from 9.30pm, until Sunday.
The Queen has been a frequent visitor to Newbury Racecourse meeting trainers and jockeys and enjoying successes with her own horses winning key races.
A selection of things to do around the area from Newbury to Thatcham, to Padworth and Woolton Hill.
On May 26, 1972, Queen Elizabeth II arrived by train at Newbury Racecourse Station, for her first visit to the town centre.
In honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Shaw House will be illuminated in red, white and blue for five nights.
Station House Opera will be bringing its line of dominoes to Newbury on June 25 and they need your help.
A large formation of military aircraft will form a flypast to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on 2 June.
A hoard of late Roman silver coins discovered on a camping weekend in Wiltshire went under the hammer at Noonans on Tuesday.
Chief Constable John Campbell is inviting members of the public to ask him questions in a one-hour live session.