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Five social workers have been flown in from America as part of Wokingham’s continued efforts to strengthen its child protection department.
A secondary school and recreation ground would receive money for improvements under a plan for 357 homes to the north of Wokingham town.
A group of friends planning to use pedal power to raise cash in memory of a Wokingham father-of-two have exceeded their fundraising target of £10,000.
Housing targets that would have resulted in 12,500 homes built in Wokingham by 2026 have been ripped up by the Government – however the borough may have already reached the point of no return with future development plans.
A shooting enthusiast has deplored the tragic murders in Cumbria, but defended the strict laws that govern owners of guns.
Campaigning residents have urged councillors to take advantage of new powers to set housing numbers and scrap the unpopular 12,500 homes target for the borough.
A counselling service has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to the community with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
An Earley resident has been fined £880 over rubbish fly-tipped in Wokingham.
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.