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Successful Cancer Research UK charity ball returns in 2024

Successful Cancer Research UK charity ball returns in 2024

Successful Cancer Research UK charity ball returns in 2024

24 February 2024

A wildly successful charity fundraiser is returning for a second edition after £40,000 was raised two years ago.


Let’s get physical!

Let’s get physical!

Let’s get physical!

24 February 2024

Thousands of pounds have been made available to improve access to physical activities across the district.


Partnership records four people sleeping rough in borough

Partnership records four people sleeping rough in borough

Partnership records four people sleeping rough in borough

24 February 2024

The Basingstoke and Deane Social Inclusion Partnership pledges to continue its work after it records only four people sleeping rough in the borough.


Renowned children’s author visits Newbury school

Renowned children’s author visits Newbury school

Renowned children’s author visits Newbury school

24 February 2024

A renowned children’s and science fiction author paid a visit to a Newbury secondary school to share with pupils what inspires his work.


Ship sails down memory lane

Ship sails down memory lane

Ship sails down memory lane

24 February 2024

Shipinnarts enjoys a good ol’ singsong at an Olde Tyme Music Evening with Kingsclere Singers and Kingsclere Players.


Town show back for more

Town show back for more

Town show back for more

24 February 2024

Community of Hungerford Theatre Company give their all in Lionel Bart’s Oliver!


Community show breathes new life into The Little Mermaid

Community show breathes new life into The Little Mermaid

Community show breathes new life into The Little Mermaid

24 February 2024

Stunning sets, imaginative costumes and innovative lighting perfectly captures the magic of the undersea world.


Staff members from race sponsors taking part in Sunday’s 10km event

Staff members from race sponsors taking part in Sunday’s 10km event

Staff members from race sponsors taking part in Sunday’s 10km event

23 February 2024

Team members from Bloor Homes, sponsors of the inaugural Greenham Common Half Marathon and 10K event, will be taking part in this race this weekend.


Environmental group’s first sustainability event to focus on energy saving

Environmental group’s first sustainability event to focus on energy saving

Environmental group’s first sustainability event to focus on energy saving

23 February 2024

Greener Kingsclere is hosting its very first sustainability event this weekend.


Leader of the opposition selected as Tory candidate for Reading West & Mid Berkshire

Leader of the opposition selected as Tory candidate for Reading West & Mid Berkshire

Leader of the opposition selected as Tory candidate for Reading West & Mid Berkshire

23 February 2024

The Tory candidate for the newly formed parliamentary seat of Reading West & Mid Berkshire has said being selected was like “a dream come true”.

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The Food Review: Yu at The Retreat at Elcot Park

The Food Review: Yu at The Retreat at Elcot Park

The Food Review: Yu at The Retreat at Elcot Park

23 February 2024

Yu offers an ‘exciting hybrid of traditional Asian food and typical fine dining dishes’.


Energy bills could fall by £300 in April

Energy bills could fall by £300 in April

Energy bills could fall by £300 in April

23 February 2024

There could be some relief for households with new energy bill predictions forecasting a drop in the price of gas and electricity by the spring.


Rare wooden doll with ‘murder petticoat’ fetches £27,500 at Newbury auction

Rare wooden doll with ‘murder petticoat’ fetches £27,500 at Newbury auction

Rare wooden doll with ‘murder petticoat’ fetches £27,500 at Newbury auction

23 February 2024

Special Auction Services conduct the sale of the largest and most valuable doll collection to been seen at auction for 25 years.


Flooding closes A34

Flooding closes A34

Flooding closes A34

23 February 2024

Flooding has closed a section of the A34 and is causing severe delays.


Man denies sexually assaulting teenager

Man denies sexually assaulting teenager

Man denies sexually assaulting teenager

23 February 2024

A man lured a young woman into a toilet before sexually assaulting her, a court heard.


Drink-driver crashed into car carrying a baby

Drink-driver crashed into car carrying a baby

Drink-driver crashed into car carrying a baby

23 February 2024

A drink-driver who took a vehicle without consent crashed it into another car which had a baby inside.


Speen allotment holders may lose ‘mental, physical, economic and spiritual’ benefits

Speen allotment holders may lose ‘mental, physical, economic and spiritual’ benefits

Speen allotment holders may lose ‘mental, physical, economic and spiritual’ benefits

23 February 2024

Speen allotment holders have made a last ditch plea to change the planned no parking zone outside their patch.


Find your voice: come and sing Rossini

Find your voice: come and sing Rossini

Find your voice: come and sing Rossini

23 February 2024

Kintbury chamber choir Opus2 are singing Petite Messe Solennelle in Kintbury and are inviting other choralists to join them.


Making menopause a walk in the park

Making menopause a walk in the park

Making menopause a walk in the park

23 February 2024

Women’s bodies are more powerful than we give them credit for, says menopause coach Emma Trafford.


Supermarket extends ‘do not eat’ warnings

Supermarket extends ‘do not eat’ warnings

Supermarket extends ‘do not eat’ warnings

22 February 2024

Lidl is removing more snacks from its shelves amid fears the biscuits are unsafe because they could contain pieces of metal.


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