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BY SARAH DAVE
ANGRY parents are set to lobby district councillors on Thursday, November 28, in a bid to speed up expansion work at their overcrowded Arborfield school.
BY SARAH DAVE
WOKINGHAM is all set to enjoy one of its biggest cultural and civic events in 40 years this weekend.
WOODLEY residents sick and tired of gangs of youths loitering in Kingfisher Drive were given assurances that a beat officer would patrol the area this week.
BY RICKY HINDMARSH
WOKINGHAM District Council says Reading has a fight on its hands if it proceeds with "empire building" in boundary review plans announced this month.
A YOUNG tearaway from Wokingham is the first person to be served an Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) in a bid to teach him and other troublemakers a lesson.
HUNDREDS of children are set to benefit this Christmas following the launch of the fourth annual Wokingham Times Giving Tree Appeal.
A THREAT to backdate a 100 per cent rent rise on Wokingham Theatre has been rescinded after theatre bosses complained they would struggle to meet the bills.
OUTRAGEOUS dressing up and undressing were among the activities people took part in to raise money for Children in Need.
by Ricky Hindmarsh
LONG-suffering householders in a Woosehill close face a bleak Christmas with no end in sight to a series of electricity power cuts.