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Phone lines are finally back on in Finchampstead, nearly three weeks after metal thieves attempted to ransack the village’s exchange.
A public exhibition showcasing the finer details of plans to build hundreds of new homes near Spencers Wood and Three Mile Cross will take place this week.
Halving the amount of cash Wokingham receives from central Government would lead to dramatic cuts in services and a huge reduction in staff, the leader of the council has said.
Campaigners wanting to protect open spaces in the borough could see a shake-up in the way village green applications are handled if Wokingham Borough Council gets its way.
A lifeline has been thrown to commuters relying on Winnersh’s flood-prone park and ride after Wokingham and Reading councils agreed to cough up the £360,000 needed to keep the loss-making service on the road.
Taxpayers in Wokingham town will see a shake-up in the way grants are distributed to charities and community events after a review due to take place in the new year.
Townspeople can find out how Wokingham’s regeneration project can make the most out of public spaces at a free lecture next week.
A new supermarket opened in Wokingham today.
A pizza chain’s bid to open a new takeaway in Finchampstead Road has been thrown out by planning officers.
Smart ticketing systems similar to London’s Oyster card scheme could be set up in Wokingham if a bid for £24.2 million of transport funding is successful.