Thu, 05 Oct 2017
IN this week’s Newbury Weekly News, the new leader of UKIP is from Cold Ash.
In other news, it’s the end of an era as a veteran Newbury charter market butcher retired after more than 40 years.
Also this week, BT has responded to calls to revamp its "eyesore" building in the town.
Meanwhile, a village is flushed with success after a two year battle to re-open its public toilets.
In this week’s Hungerford edition of the Newbury Weekly News, a mother tells of the moment her 13-year-old son was threatened with a knife at the skate park.
Plus, Hungerford Rugby Club officials respond to town council critics over financing.
In Thatcham this week, how does the community tackle drug dealing, anti-social behaviour and other issues in the town?
And on the Hampshire pages, plans for a glamping site have received a mixed reception.
As always, there’s also a roundup of the week’s entertainment and sport, and of course this week’s £25 free fuel giveaway.