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Autumn usually conjures up thoughts of red, gold, bronze and orange colours and there are already signs of leaves beginning to turn.
My attention has been drawn this week to the phenomenon of black chillis.
Playing conkers and tackling cankers are two of the attractions at the apple day in Mapledurham this weekend.
Reading's Porridge Lady is hoping to win gold at this year’s world porridge-making championship on Sunday.
The hot spell is set to end and this morning there are grey overcast skies where yesterday there was flawless blue.
Reading's ‘porridge lady’ is all at sea following her failed bid to win the Golden Spurtle in the World Porridge Making championships at the weekend.
Thousand of fruit fans were happily appley on Sunday in Mapledurham.
Tulips come from mountainous regions of Turkey and thrive on cold winters and hot summers.
The front garden is having an identity crisis – unable to decide whether it is closing down for winter or waking up for spring.
Monday is an interesting day for the chefs at the busy, successful restaurant in Prospect Street.