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A PENSIONER from Wokingham was flabbergasted when a water bill for more than £1,000 popped through his letter box.
VOLUNTEERS and residents in Wokingham pulled together to support each other on the day of London’s most deadly terrorist attack.
CAMPAIGNERS are up in arms that a 60-year-old tree has been chopped down to make way for flats which have not yet been given planning permission.
Saturday, July 23
‘Innocent people were screaming, crying and dying’
‘They were calling for help and we couldn’t help them’
ONE of Wokingham’s most distinguished buildings will reopen as a plush Italian restaurant by Christmas if an ambitious scheme goes as planned.
IN THE CHAIR - Dentist Ritu Maini, right, with Chernobyl Children Life Line scheme co-ordinator Shirley Chard and Alesha, left, Alyona, Katya and Lesha in the chair
CELEBRATING SUCCESS - From left, general manager Peter Lerwill, director Dave Elson, Wendy Packham, director Gerry Packham and Gill Elson celebrate their third of a century
Neeraj Kachhwaha enjoyed being at university so much he decided he wanted to keep the flexible lifestyle forever. That led him to realise he was a born entrepreneur, and he set off to found his own business using the internet as a tool to increase other companies' sales. He tells Franck Marceteau it takes determination, resilience and belief to get a business going
BY SALLY BRYANT