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Scores of schoolchildren across Wokingham can expect a day off tomorrow as hundreds of teachers prepare to walk out of work in a continuing row over pensions.
Bringing back public toilets and sprucing up Wokingham’s open spaces are top of a wish list for the town centre regeneration, an at times fraught meeting has heard.
The miserable weather which blighted the borough last week took a welcome break for the Winnersh Summer Fete on Sunday.
Residents and business owners in Arborfield have spoken about the “constant battle” to tackle a swarm of flies which have descended over the village and are making lives a misery.
Five friends at a Wokingham school have been praised for their community spirit after rushing to the aid of a man who was found unconscious in an alleyway.
Emotions ran high during a heated meeting to discuss the re-consultation of plans proposing the development of new mini-towns across the borough.
A parish council is reviewing the process of leasing its village hall for events after a group of gatecrashers disturbed a 16th birthday party.
The grave consequences of using a mobile phone while driving were demonstrated to shoppers during a hard-hitting awareness campaign held in Wokingham.
“We are not planning to close our library services” was the defiant message from council bosses who agreed to put the management of the provision out to tender.
Travellers will soon be setting up home in Barkham after a landowner won permission at appeal for a permanent site in the village.