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Protecting a town centre pub from demolition and Elms Field from bulldozers cannot be at the expense of Wokingham’s regeneration, townspeople have been told.
Wokingham people have been counting the cost of the Budget announced last week.
Plans for an anti-paedophile database that has since been put on hold by the Government would not have prevented inappropriate adults working with children, according to a local counselling charity.
The absence of detailed blueprints for a northern relief road and shortage in parking spaces have led town councillors to formally object to plans for 357 homes in Wokingham.
The purse strings are being tightened at Wokingham Borough Council in response to dramatic cuts in public spending with £3.4 million of funds already cut locally and more expected.
A ‘Bye bye to bullies’ project has won pupils at Emmbrook Infant School a place in the final of the Parliamentary Speaker’s School Council Awards.
Landlords and the borough’s roads police have welcomed news the drink limit could be reduced under a Government plan.
A landlord and a preservation group are fuming a plea from hundreds of townspeople to safeguard the future of a Wokingham pub has been ignored.
An animal lover outraged at the loss of a cat from a Woosehill vet has come forward with another story of a feline escaping from the surgery.
An Earley resident has been fined £880 over rubbish fly-tipped in Wokingham.