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  1. Woman punched by man in Wokingham assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Bracknell News

    At about 12.30pm on Friday, an altercation took place between a 38-year-old woman and a man in the vicinity of Barkham Road, where the woman was punched in the face and sustained bruising as a result. The man is described as black, tall, with long hair and of medium build.

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  2. Witness appeal after woman punched in the face in busy Wokingham StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Police are appealing for witnesses after the 38-year-old woman suffered bruising following an attack in Barkham Road at around 12.30pm on Friday, October 10 Police are appealing for witnesses after the 38-year-old woman suffered bruising following an attack in Barkham Road at around 12.30pm on Friday, October 10. Police are appealing for witnesses after the 38-year-old woman suffered bruising following an attack in Barkham Road at around 12.30pm on Friday, October 10. Police believe the man is black, tall, with long hair and of medium build. He is said to have been driving a Vauxhall Vivaro.

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  3. Broad Street set to close to night-time traffic for one weekRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Broad Street will be closed overnight between Rectory Road and Peach Street until Monday October 27, between 8pm and 6am Broad Street will be closed overnight between Rectory Road and Peach Street until Monday October 27, between 8pm and 6am. Those travelling towards Bracknell are advised to take an alternative route via Rectory Road, Wiltshire Road, Peach Street, Cross Street and Rose Street.

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  4. Police appealing for information after stolen car recovered from the River KennetRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Thames Valley Police were called to Tidmarsh Lane, Tidmarsh, at around 10.30pm following reports that a BMW car had been stolen. Police are appealing for information after a car reported stolen from an address near Pangbourne was found in the River Kennet near Aldermaston last night.

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  5. Colourful flowers and culinary skills on display at Wokingham Horticultural Association showRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Oxfordshire's chief fire officer Dave Etheridge said no-one was injured in the blaze, which broke out at around 8pm. Bond songs are unmistakable and are nearly as famous as the men who have charmed their way across the big screen as the legendary super spy Monday to Thursday if it takes more than half an hour to prepare and cook I'm not interested but come Friday I take my time and make something a bit more special Association member and Wokingham borough mayor Councillor UllaKarin Clark presented the prizes to the lucky winners at St Paul's Parish Rooms, in Reading Road Association member and Wokingham borough mayor Councillor UllaKarin Clark presented the prizes to the lucky winners at St Paul's Parish Rooms, in Reading Road, last month.

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  6. Bracknell Bees mauled by the Swindon Wildcats on a disappointing night at the HiveRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Oxfordshire's chief fire officer Dave Etheridge said no-one was injured in the blaze, which broke out at around 8pm. Reading's manager says he is open to adding to his squad before the November 27 deadline, but only if he can find the right player Bond songs are unmistakable and are nearly as famous as the men who have charmed their way across the big screen as the legendary super spy Monday to Thursday if it takes more than half an hour to prepare and cook I'm not interested but come Friday I take my time and make something a bit more special Bees Ryan Watt and Swindon Wildcats' Sam Bullas exchanged blows during a heated third period at the Hive.

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  7. Seven pubs throughout Wokingham and Bracknell make it into Good Beer GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Oxfordshire's chief fire officer Dave Etheridge said no-one was injured in the blaze, which broke out at around 8pm.

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  8. Community scheme aims to turn Wokingham into an 'edible landscape'Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Vicky Stanborough, who is behind The Incredible Edible project, came up with the idea after seeing a similar project in Todmorden, Yorkshire Vicky Stanborough at the land she has been allocated by the town council to use for her Incredible Edible project. A rainbow garden could turn Wokingham into an 'edible landscape' in a community scheme to encourage people to plant their own fruit and vegetables.

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  9. The knowledge: Emma Buttona s family guide to BerkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2013 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    Every week on WOW247 we consult one of our favourite bloggers around the country to give us 'the knowledge' on their part of the nation. Emma Button is based in Wokingham in Berkshire who runs the Mellow Mummy blog, where she shares tips on how to cut the stress out of parenting, through advice based on her own experience, product reviews and recipes.

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  10. Holme Grange School Festival was a 'Big Draw'Read the original story

    Yesterday | Bracknell News

    Billed as the 'world's biggest drawing festival' it proved to be very popular event at the Holme Grange School, Heathlands Road, Wokingham. Administration assistant Paul Keats said the parents and staffers were surprised at their own creativity and described the event as 'very therapeutic' for all concerned.

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  11. Dinton Pastures County Park will shut for five monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bracknell News

    A POPULAR adventure playground is scheduled to be closed by Wokingham Borough Council for maintenance just six months after it was opened. The 500,000 play area at Dinton Pastures County Park, unveiled in May, has helped bring hundreds of families to the Hurst park.

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  12. 29 homes in Winnersh given green light despite flood fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Get Reading

    People living nearby say the site is prone to flooding but the council and developer are confident in the planned drainage system A major housing development for 29 homes in Winnersh was given the go-ahead despite neighbours' concerns over flooding and traffic. The plans to build on Arbor Lane were approved on the condition the Environment Agency submits a full report into the developers' drainage system and whether flooding could occur.

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  13. School pupils from Bracknell learn about the world of business at careers fairRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Get Reading

    The court heard Edward Scovell was a prolific burglar with convictions dating back to 1993, but the stabbing incident was his first violent offence Reading's manager says he is open to adding to his squad before the November 27 deadline, but only if he can find the right player Bond songs are unmistakable and are nearly as famous as the men who have charmed their way across the big screen as the legendary super spy Monday to Thursday if it takes more than half an hour to prepare and cook I'm not interested but come Friday I take my time and make something a bit more special Schoolchildren from the borough's secondaries were invited to the event at Beaufort Park in Nine Mile Ride, Crowthorne, last Thursday.

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  14. Record numbers head to Charity Wokingham Volunteer Recruitment FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Get Reading

    The court heard Edward Scovell was a prolific burglar with convictions dating back to 1993, but the stabbing incident was his first violent offence Reading's manager says he is open to adding to his squad before the November 27 deadline, but only if he can find the right player Bond songs are unmistakable and are nearly as famous as the men who have charmed their way across the big screen as the legendary super spy Monday to Thursday if it takes more than half an hour to prepare and cook I'm not interested but come Friday I take my time and make something a bit more special More groups than ever took part in the event and more than 100 people came along to see what was on offer Wokingham Volunteer Centre, which organises the event, counted more than 100 potential volunteers through the doors in just three hours.

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  15. Wokingham drivers show "immense patience" over Station Link Road chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Get Reading

    Wokingham Borough Council traffic chief Cllr John Kaiser has praised motorists for their patience but has urged drivers to to 'bear with' the council as the work enters its second stage Cllr John Kaiser urges drivers to 'bear with' the council over the ongoing work on the Station Link Road Drivers blighted by the multi-million pound station link road scheme have been asked by the council 'to bear with us', as the next phase begins. Work expected to start on Monday, October 27, will see sections of Oxford Road and Barkham Road closed to traffic for two months while work to remodel the junctions where they meet is carried out.

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  16. Man charged after post office burglary in HurstRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Get Reading

    Man Bahadur Gurung, of Junction Grocers, in Cemetery Junction, is due to appear before a Reading Borough Council licensing sub-committee tomorrow for a review of the shop's licence Free Cakes for Kids is a community organisation which works with other charities and family groups which support children and young people including councils, Home Start, young carers groups and foodbanks Joseph Johnston, aged 25, of Cookham Road, Maidenhead has been charged with conspiracy to commit a burglary and was due to appear at Reading Magistrates' Court today. A 26-year-old man from Maidenhead, who was arrested yesterday on suspicion of burglary in connection with the incident, has been released on police bail until 17 November.

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  17. Villagers in Crowthorne hear details of 3,500 homes coming to villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Get Reading

    Man Bahadur Gurung, of Junction Grocers, in Cemetery Junction, is due to appear before a Reading Borough Council licensing sub-committee tomorrow for a review of the shop's licence Free Cakes for Kids is a community organisation which works with other charities and family groups which support children and young people including councils, Home Start, young carers groups and foodbanks More than 60 villagers heard about the plans to expand Crowthorne by 3,500 homes at a meeting organised by campaigners. Crowthorne, which has around 6,000 homes, faces an additional 1,500 across three sites which fall under Bracknell Forest and 2,000 in the Wokingham borough side.

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  18. Residents warned after spate of Finchampstead burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Bracknell News

    At 3am on Wednesday, October 1, offenders attempted to force open the front door of a property in Drake Close, but no items were stolen. Between 3.30-4.30pm on Saturday, October 4, offenders attempted to force open the front door of a property in Nine Mile Ride, but no items were stolen.

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  19. Can you help find Bracknell's most wanted men?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Get Reading

    The Takeover is back on Saturday from noon until late and some of Reading's biggest names will be striking the chords to raise thousands for Oxfam Free Cakes for Kids is a community organisation which works with other charities and family groups which support children and young people including councils, Home Start, young carers groups and foodbanks Billy Maskell, 31, and Scott Vecetti, also known as Scott Cummersdale, 34, both breached their probation conditions while on licence from prison. Images of two of Bracknell's most wanted men have been released in the hope the public will help find them Billy Maskell and Scott Vecetti, also known as Scott Cummersdale, both breached their probation conditions while on licence from prison.

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  20. Person cut free from car and taken to hospital following collision in BracknellRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Get Reading

    At around 7.30pm on Wednesday, the 70-year-old pedestrian was involved in a collision at the crossing on Kings Road, outside the Reading College campus.

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