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Eliane of Hungerford hopes to start an altruistic movement with free meals offer

Eliane of Hungerford hopes to start an altruistic movement with free meals offer

An independent Hungerford café restaurant is celebrating its 10th anniversary in a unique way.


Oyez! It’s Hocktide in Hungerford

Oyez! It’s Hocktide in Hungerford

An ancient medieval tradition was celebrated in Hungerford on Tuesday, April 9.


CANCELLED: Charity duck race sets sail this weekend

CANCELLED: Charity duck race sets sail this weekend

CANCELLED: Newbury Lions has cancelled its Duck Race originally planned for this weekend.


Hungerford’s hardest week

Hungerford’s hardest week

TEN days ago, everything was looking rosy for Hungerford Town.


Can you help Millie raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital with a 30-day litter pick?

Can you help Millie raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital with a 30-day litter pick?

Meet Millie, the amazing 12-year-old cleaning up our streets for charity.


So you think you know this chaotic farce of love, mistaken identity and double-lives, but you have never seen it like this before

So you think you know this chaotic farce of love, mistaken identity and double-lives, but you have never seen it like this before

Riotous twist on Oscar Wilde classic The Importance of Being…Earnest? will split your sides.


Protest against ongoing sewage spills this Sunday

Protest against ongoing sewage spills this Sunday

A public protest against West Berkshire’s ongoing sewage pollution is being organised this weekend.


Watermill’s hit production to premiere in the US

Watermill’s hit production to premiere in the US

Paul Hart’s acclaimed production The Lord of The Rings – A Musical Tale is to transfer from The Shire to The Great Lakes.


Fizz and fiction fun with former St Bart’s student turned bestselling author

Fizz and fiction fun with former St Bart’s student turned bestselling author

Fiction writer Becky Hunter will be at the Hungerford Bookshop in conversation with Sunday Times bestselling author Georgina Moore.


Long read: MP and villagers slam ‘unacceptable’ sewage spills

Long read: MP and villagers slam ‘unacceptable’ sewage spills

West Berkshire residents have had enough of sewage flooding their streets and gardens.

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New outdoor gym to open in Victoria Park

New outdoor gym to open in Victoria Park

Fitness enthusiasts and budding athletes will be rejoicing at the news that Victoria Park will soon contain a brand new outdoor gym.


Family-run plant nursery aims to become top spot for vegetable plants

Family-run plant nursery aims to become top spot for vegetable plants

A family-run independent specialist plant nursery based just outside of Kingsclere is gearing up to open for the summer season this weekend.


Pub donates thousands to rotary club

Pub donates thousands to rotary club

A pub has donated thousands of pounds to Thatcham Rotary Club.


We got four star local bands for a tenner and we were buzzin’

We got four star local bands for a tenner and we were buzzin’

Four top bands for a tenner at the Rising Stars Showcase was a winner.


Vets joins dog friendly clinic scheme

Vets joins dog friendly clinic scheme

Kingsclere Vets has joined the dog friendly clinic scheme which aims to help the experience of canines and their owners when they visit the practice.


Community fears disruptive Thames Water roadworks

Community fears disruptive Thames Water roadworks

A community is concerned about how five months of planned road closures will affect deliveries, school buses, farming and local businesses.

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Man is cleared of sending offensive message

Man is cleared of sending offensive message

A man has been acquitted of sending an offensive message.


My Newbury: The Kennet and Avon Canal in Kintbury

My Newbury: The Kennet and Avon Canal in Kintbury

This My Newbury picture of Shepherds Bridge on the Kennet and Avon Canal in Kintbury was taken by Kim Evans.


In pictures: a peek behind the scenes at the Watermill’s Much Ado rehearsals

In pictures: a peek behind the scenes at the Watermill’s Much Ado rehearsals

They critically acclaimed Watermill Ensemble sashay into the Golden Age of Hollywood when their new take on Shakespeare’s classic opens this week.


Woman denies assault on police

Woman denies assault on police

A woman is to go on trial accused of assaulting a police officer.


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