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An umbrella organisation offering support to charities about legal matters and applying for grants is getting ready to close its doors for good after losing its Wokingham Borough Council funding.
Police will be stepping up patrols this weekend to ensure Royal Wedding revellers toast the newly-wed couple safely.
The debate over plans for four wind turbines near Arborfield will be resolved tonight.
The children of Wokingham, Bracknell and Reading have wished the royal couple well before their trip down the aisle by using their creative talents to produce messages of congratulations.
People relying on a mental health drop-in service fear the loss of transport and the impending demolition of the centre to make way for a new road will leave vulnerable users with no support.
A family support charity is facing an uncertain future as it awaits the results of a new commissioning process for Wokingham Borough Council funding.
Wokingham's once failing child protection department has passed another test after a snap inspection.
The pride of Wokingham gathered at the town hall on Friday night to receive their Civic Awards recognising their hard work and achievements for the voluntary sector.
A domestic violence reduction co-ordinator is to be axed and a therapy service for traumatised youngsters is to be overhauled in a bid to save more than £1.4 million in Wokingham children’s services.
The ruling Conservative party is gearing up to fight off challenges from the Liberal Democrats, Labour, UK Independence Party (UKIP) and Green Party at next month’s local elections.