Thu, 21 May 2020
In this week's Newbury Weekly News, traffic will be temporarily banned from Newbury town centre.
Also in this week's paper, we speak to teachers and estate agents about schools and offices re-opening.
Meanwhile, heartless thieves have made off with a stash of items left to raise money for the NHS by a young Newbury schoolgirl.
In Hungerford, the battle to save the River Lambourn chalk stream from treated sewage intensifies.
Plus: Developers of the town’s controversial 100 homes development say the ‘affordable housing’ condition is “financially unviable” in its current form.
In Thatcham, Thatcham Town Football Club and town councillors are to pitch in to try and provide a facility the town needs.
In Hampshire, an 11-year old girl is feeling on top of the world after raising more than £1,000 for the NHS by climbing the height of Mount Everest.
On the village page, a parish council has conditionally objected to plans to convert a former agricultural research farmstead into a business space.
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