Thu, 16 Aug 2018
IN this week's Newbury Weekly News, a petition has been launched to halt the controversial green bin charge.
In other news, government funding to end rough sleeping has come under criticism from local campaigners.
Meanwhile, West Berkshire Council has not yet drawn up a Brexit risk assessment.
Plus, we've got reports and pictures from events across the district.
In Hungerford, actor Nicholas Lumley has been named Constable-elect of the Town and Manor.
Plus, the recent heatwave has prompted a rescue of hundreds of fish from a local stream.
In Thatcham, Orcas could be coming to the town.
And on the Hampshire pages, Kingsclere Royal British Legion go to Belgium to commemorate the First World War and vandals wreck children’s scarecrow in Tadley.
As always, there’s also a roundup of the week’s entertainment and sport, and of course this week’s £25 free fuel giveaway.
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