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Drivers are being urged to obey warning signs when trains are approaching level crossings after a series of near misses in Wokingham.
Chocolate custard, chocolate ice lollies, chocolate strawberries and chocolate courgette cake – there’s not much you cannot do with the rich velvety products produced by Mortimer Chocolate.
A long running battle by residents to stop drivers using their street as a rat-run could finally be over this week if the council approves plans to permanently close the road.
Before going along to the Broad Street Tavern for its renowned annual music festival I had heard pretty big things about the event.
Job seekers in Wokingham are still facing tough times with four times more people unemployed than there are jobs available.
Neighbours living near a Victorian villa have been celebrating after it was saved from development by private tenants wanting to restore its original character.
A war memorial to honour fallen soldiers is set to be built in Woodley if a group of residents can raise £12,000 to fund it.
A designated public toilet block is unlikely to be installed in the town centre, despite calls for better facilities for the elderly and disabled.
Wokingham MP John Redwood has been told by police he is among a list of victims who may have been targeted in the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
The executive principal of Waingels College will say a fond farewell to pupils this week as he steps down after 15 years at the helm.