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Pressure is growing for councils and banks to pull out all the stops to help small businesses survive the credit crunch.
A primary school has been given a Notice to Improve after Ofsted inspectors branded it inadequate.
Workers at Bracknell’s Woolworths store face a bleak new year after the company went into administration.
They turned up at South Hill Park on Good Friday with nothing more than a passing acquaintance with the songs of the hit musical Oliver!
Parking is Wokingham’s Achilles heel, according to the new chairman of the local branch of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Traders in Bracknell have given the thumbs-up to Government plans to help small businesses get through the credit crunch.
Students in Year 9 will still have to work for end-of-year exams despite the scrapping of national SATs tests, headteachers have warned.
Food waste could be collected from Wokingham doorsteps if council bosses decide to back a possible collection scheme.
Businesses will survive the credit crunch if they pull together, says the new chairwoman of the local branch of the Federation of Small Businesses.
Free parking for one or two-hour visits to Bracknell would help revitalise the town’s trade, according to a business group.