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  1. Demand for Bracknell Forest school places to grow by a quarterRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | Bracknell News

    DEMAND for school places in Bracknell Forest is set to swell by a quarter over the next five years, according to a council report. At a Bracknell Forest Council meeting of the executive on Tuesday last week, it was revealed through its School Places Plan which forecasts demand for school places over the next five years that more than 4,000 extra children could be seeking a school place by 2019.

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  2. Bina celebration boosts the work of Caversham GlobeRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Caversham Traders Association raised A 774 when its members took part in a double celebration on October 27 at Bina Tandoori. A cheque for A 1,200 has been given to help the work of volunteers who keep Caversham looking good.

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  3. Super Sarah strikes to secure Bracknell Ladies the pointsRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Victory, though, was dampened somewhat when Kelly Hancock was taken out in the second half, suffering an injury which saw her rushed to hospital. Adrian Tang had fired Bracknell Men level during their MBBO Division 8 game at Oxford Hawks early in the second half with a first-time effort.

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  4. Alok Sharma guest of honour at Zambia independence celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Tithandizane Reading was founded in 2005 to support families going through financial difficulties due to bereavement, but has expanded to promote Zambian culture, encourage community integration and to empower people The Reading West MP Alok Sharma was guest of honour at a celebration to mark 50 years of independence for Zambia.

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  5. Chicken farmer fined for burning carcasesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Henley Standard

    A WARGRAVE chicken farm has been fined 2,000 after hundreds of birds were burned on bonfires rather than being disposed of lawfully. Oldfield Poultry Farm in Henley Road appeared at Reading Magistrates's Court on Thursday, November 13 after bones and feathers were found in the debris of bonfires at the site.

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  6. Hubacek hopes to have finally hit the goal trail with Bracknell BeesRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 "I'm happy to have scored, and hopefully there is going to be many more," said the import forward following Saturday's two-goal salvo against Invicta Dynamos. Radek Hubacek hit his second and third goals in Bracknell Bees colours during Saturday's 7-1 thrashing of Invicta Dynamos.

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  7. Reading and Bracknell area comes top of Good Growth for Cities IndexRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 The Reading and Bracknell area retains the top spot ahead of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Oxford and Cambridge with particular strengths in jobs, income, health and skills A national measure of economic success produced by PwC and Demos has ranked the Reading and Bracknell economic area as the UK's top place to live and work for the second consecutive year .

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  8. Super George racks up the points for Bracknell RFC at Weston-super-MareRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Winger George Owen led the line for Bracknell on Saturday, scoring 24 points during the win at Weston-super-Mare George Owen led the charge at The Recreation Ground with 24 points as back-to-back victories moved Bracknell up to fifth in National League 3 South West. And it was the backs who led the way for the visitors in the West Country, with the department scoring all six tries in Saturday's bouns-point success.

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  9. Wilson's fine try is a bonus for high-flying Crowthorne RFCRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Third win on the spin for Karl Roberts' men keeps up the heat on Berks, Bucks and Oxon Championship leaders Risborough. Full back Tom Wilson scored the all important fourth try which helped secure title-chasing Crowthorne a bonus-point victory at Cricket Field Grove.

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  10. Tilehurst man with Asperger distressed by bank after online fraudRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 John Lee Smith was the victim of online fraud in August. His bank - NatWest in Caversham - refunded him the A 151 lost due to the fraud but they kept re-debiting the fraud refund A Tilehurst man with Asperger syndrome says the way his bank has treated his complaint has caused him 'great distress'.

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  11. South Hill Park to host the genie-us of Aladdin this ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 A puff of smoke and glitter will be exploding on the Wilde Theatre stage at South Hill Park on Saturday, launching this year's panto season. The Bracknell arts centre is bringing Aladdin to the stage, with magic lamps, dazzling dance routines and glitzy costumes on offer.

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  12. Micheal Portillo to appear at South Hill Park on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Former politician and broadcaster Michael Portillo will be giving an insight into his life and work in Bracknell on Monday. The former Conservative Party cabinet minister is bringing his Life: A Game of Two Halves evening to South Hill Park arts centre.

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  13. Rugby World Cup legends join bid to boost business opportunities in ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Jason Leonard and Maggie 'the Machine' Alphonsi will be at Redingensians RFC in Old Bath Road on Monday, December 8 to promote the 2015 Rugby World Cup legacy Maggie Alphonsi will be joining Jason Leonard at the Redingensians clubhouse in December to promote the 2015 World Cup legacy project and explore opportunities for local business Businessmen and women with an interest in rugby are being invited to a networking event with two World Cup winners next month.

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  14. Adam Afriyie MP: My fears over third runway plan noise levelsRead the original story w/Photo

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    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor "I have really enjoyed my time so far at London Irish and was stoked to extend that by a further two seasons," said Cowan Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Windsor's MP says despite Heathrow finishing the flight path trials early, he is still getting emails and calls from constituents saying little has changed Residents living in Ascot , Winkfield , Warfield , Binfield and so many other areas of the constituency are acutely aware of just how intrusive the level of aircraft noise has been over the last few months, during Heathrow's flightpath trials.

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  15. Woodley Winter Extravaganza promises plenty of Christmas fun for familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Families will be heading into town for the Christmas lights switch-on Saturday from 4.30pm, before the spectacular Woodley Winter Extravaganza gets underway the following week on Sunday, December 7 Festive fun is on its way with the 18th Woodley Winter Extravaganza. Features editor Caroline Cook finds out what's in store Twinkling Christmas lights, warm mince pies and the sounds of a brass band playing carols will signal the start of the festive season in Woodley.

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  16. Police speak to Bracknell and Wokingham businesses about crime preventionRead the original story w/Photo

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    Businesses were told about cybercrime and the importance of sharing information, high quality evidence and forensics, the use of CCTV and partnership working with other businesses. Representatives from a number of organisations including Thames Valley Police , the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Federation of Small Businesses and Bracknell Forest Council, Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service and Microsoft's chief security adviser spoke at the business crime seminar at Bracknell & Wokingham College.

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  17. Businesses backing the 2014 Giving Tree appealRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Get Reading

    One of the longest-running supporters of The Giving Tree says the appeal is as popular as ever among its staff. Kyocera Document Solutions UK Ltd in London Road has been involved with the campaign, a joint venture between Connect Reading, The Oracle, Broad Street Mall and the Reading Post, for more than a decade and this year it is proving just as big a hit as when the scheme started in the 1990s.

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  18. Survey highlights gap between rich and poor across ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Abbey ward has the highest number of homes with the greatest deprivation, with Whitley coming second. Mapledurham is the only ward where no homes are considered to suffer from the most extreme level of deprivation The gap between rich and poor in Reading is highlighted in a new survey on poverty.

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  19. Bracknell Forest needs 4,000 more school spacesRead the original story w/Photo

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    James Hughes, who served on three tours of Afghanistan, is believed to be in the city of Rojava, northern Syria, fighting alongside Kurdish fighters and several Brits against ISIS. "I have really enjoyed my time so far at London Irish and was stoked to extend that by a further two seasons," said Cowan You shall go to the ball.

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  20. South Wokingham Distributor Road campaigner's' victory over alternative routeRead the original story w/Photo

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    James Hughes, who served on three tours of Afghanistan, is believed to be in the city of Rojava, northern Syria, fighting alongside Kurdish fighters and several Brits against ISIS. "I have really enjoyed my time so far at London Irish and was stoked to extend that by a further two seasons," said Cowan You shall go to the ball.

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