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New community larder opens to tackle food poverty in Newbury

New community larder opens to tackle food poverty in Newbury

New community larder opens to tackle food poverty in Newbury

The Berkshire Youth team want to see it turn into a community hub.


Rare view of Stanley Spencer Sandham Sketches at The Vyne

Rare view of Stanley Spencer Sandham Sketches at The Vyne

Rare view of Stanley Spencer Sandham Sketches at The Vyne

It is unknown if or when these important works will be on display again.


After 2 years, Arlington Arts is packed again for live music

After 2 years, Arlington Arts is packed again for live music

After 2 years, Arlington Arts is packed again for live music

Audience singing along and dancing as the hits just kept on coming from Fleetwood Mac tribute.


Pioneer educator commemorated with blue plaque

Pioneer educator commemorated with blue plaque

Pioneer educator commemorated with blue plaque

Newbury will unveil its 14th blue plaque later this month, as it commemorates the first headmistress of the town’s girls’ school.


Inkpen nature writer shortlisted for award

Inkpen nature writer shortlisted for award

Inkpen nature writer shortlisted for award

Nicola Chester's On Gallows Down up for £1,000 Richard Jefferies Award.


Did the Princes in the Tower actually survive?

Did the Princes in the Tower actually survive?

Did the Princes in the Tower actually survive?

Local author Nicola Cornick to explore new evidence at Wantage talk.


New coffee shop for town centre

New coffee shop for town centre

New coffee shop for town centre

A new Honesty coffee shop will be opening in Newbury.


Newbury tattooist to gift healthcare heroes free tattoos

Newbury tattooist to gift healthcare heroes free tattoos

Newbury tattooist to gift healthcare heroes free tattoos

He will be using his art to say a “massive thank you” to the NHS.


Rolling Stone letters to teen fan go under the hammer in Newbury

Rolling Stone letters to teen fan go under the hammer in Newbury

Rolling Stone letters to teen fan go under the hammer in Newbury

SAS auction four letters from Brian Jones.


Donating to food bank brings community closer

Donating to food bank brings community closer

Donating to food bank brings community closer

Around 18 houses got together to collect food over the lockdown and festive periods.


College helps fund new Ugandan exam hall

College helps fund new Ugandan exam hall

College helps fund new Ugandan exam hall

A new exam hall has been opened at a Ugandan school thanks to funds raised by Pangbourne College.


New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

After nearly two years without singing the choir is now ready to begin again.


Blind artist turns braille into an artform

Blind artist turns braille into an artform

Blind artist turns braille into an artform

Clarke Reynolds' Decoding Braille, Decoding Me opens at The Base, Greenham.


Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

Claire Fuller in conversation with Gill Hornby about Unsettled Ground at Hungerford Bookshop event.


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