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Good Samaritans rushed to the rescue of a 91-year-old man as he struggled to escape flames engulfing the home he built for his late wife.
The buzz of music and merriment rang out well into the night on Saturday as hundreds of revellers enjoyed the 51st Woodley Carnival.
There is nothing more British than sitting down with a steaming cup of tea and a hefty slab of Victoria sponge cake.
The daily routine of going to school can be a chore for any youngster.
Allotment holders hoping to put up razor wire to defend their plots from vandals have been told they will have to find a different solution.
Homes in Wokingham will still have their rubbish taken away once a week despite the Government admitting they cannot force councils to avoid fortnightly bin collections.
Two charities which have been hit hard by public spending cuts have been given a £50,000 helping hand to adapt to new ways of working.
More than 1,000 people have given their support to plans for a free school to serve the west of Wokingham.
The row over Wokingham school admissions is still thundering on as a neighbouring council has agreed to join campaigners in fighting the arrangements for an Earley school.
The family of a Wokingham newlywed who was killed by carbon monoxide poisoning has raised £48,000 in just a year to help spread awareness about the dangers of the gas.