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If you walk along the riverbanks you can’t fail to notice the damselflies.
Thinking time can often be some of the most valuable effort you put into your garden.
Despite being a fan of a little personal pampering, getting my hair cut is something I usually dread. So it was some surprise and delight that I had a wonderful evening at the new Koulla Swann hair salon in Reading.
A prominent town centre coffee bar’s future is uncertain after the franchise holder left without notice.
A society which has been around for almost 50 years has been forced to close due to high costs, a lack of members and competition from large businesses.
With half our country gone walkabout it’s a quiet time of year, but you never see a carrot with a sombrero on or a potato with an inflatable ring, or even a cabbage with bag full of of sun cream – our products don’t have a holiday, so we can enjoy.
Really good food produced with passion is what you’ll find in Reading Farmers’ Market, held twice a month.
At this time of the year, the best rosé wines are fragrant and fresh with a full delicate aroma of summer, refreshing to sip and highly versatile companions to food.
Once you’ve been to Reading Farmers' Market, try out some of these.
Guided tours and fun and games will be on offer on Friday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the restoration of Caversham Court Gardens.