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When teenagers get fed-up living at home and threaten to run away to the circus most parents don’t bat an eyelid – but one Wokingham family got the surprise of their life when their 17-year-old son did just that.
A Wokingham teenager is making a lifelong dream come true next week.
Rudolph's pals will be rocking around the Christmas tree this weekend when a group of real reindeer fly over to Woodley to join in the festivities at the 14th Winter Extravaganza.
The tale of the outlaw who stole from the rich and gave to the poor is a familiar one, and promises daring adventure as he saves the damsel in distress.
The first snow flakes are yet to fall, but as ice begins to sparkle on leaves, warm breath fogs up the chilly November air and warnings that snow may fall this week, it’s a sure sign that winter has arrived. That can only mean one thing: the Wokingham Winter Carnival is almost here.
Never again will I watch Strictly Come Dancing from my sofa, scoff at the television and say, “Well, they’re a bit rubbish, aren’t they?”
A talented singer is a step closer to her dreams of scooping a £30,000 recording contract after reaching the live area finals of an X Factor-style singing competition.
A fairytale comedy filled with harmonies and absurdities is coming to the stage courtesy of a Woodley singing group.
When you get ready for a chat with mums’ favourite gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh you don’t expect conversation to veer into boil-proof knicker elastic territory.
Nothing tastes as good after a busy day at work as a tasty curry full to the brim with rich sauces and accompanied by a thick pattie of naan bread. And that is why Taj Mahal is the perfect retreat in which to unwind after a hectic day in the office.