The family of William ‘Bill’ Martin wish him a very happy 93rd birthday for August 20.
To celebrate its 75th anniversary, the Berkshire Record Office has been granted permission to adopt a new title – the Royal Berkshire Archives.
A group of curious locals enjoyed a fascinating excursion into Newbury’s rich wartime past.
The family of the first man ever treated with penicillin made a rare visit to Newbury last week.
A West Berkshire school is flying high after the release of a new book celebrating its 175th anniversary.
British and American military personell and civic dignitaries gathered to mark the opening of RAF Welford, 80 years ago.
Descendents of the first person in the world to be treated with penicillin are visiting Newbury this week to see his final resting place.
Yattendon Classic Car Day returned for its biggest year yet, with close to 500 hundred vehicles on show.
A community fundraiser to restore a crumbling church tower is close to hitting its target.
Newbury Town Council is again putting on its ‘Explore Newbury’ heritage walking tours in July, August, and September.
On Sunday, June 11, a small party gathered to mark the unveiling of a new map remembering those who died in the Falklands War.
A Woolhampton author has released a new book about a period a great change and innovation in Berkshire.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary the Newbury Society, in conjunction with the Newbury Weekly News, is looking for the town’s Beauty and the Beast.
Half a century of The Newbury Society was celebrated at Shaw House, when members and guests gathered to mark the anniversary.
Celebrations continued at the weekend to mark the 800th anniversary of an ancient village church.