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A number of four-legged friends from across Wokingham will be hoping to set tails wagging when they take centre stage at this year’s Crufts competition.
The biggest street fair in the South East will be returning for the May Bank Holiday weekend to raise cash for charities and give local families a fun and cheap day out.
Census leaflets have been landing on doormats across Wokingham this week and local people are being invited to events across the borough offering a helping hand with the forms.
Thieves have struck for a second time in less than a month at a Wokingham church, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake.
Less than 40 per cent of potholes reported on a website aimed at naming and shaming shoddy roads have been repaired in the last four years, according to the site’s statistics.
Fresh blueprints for the first phase of a 1,500-home mini-town and a new link road are expected imminently, however residents remain unconvinced the design will solve traffic issues.
Lack of lending by banks and the impending regeneration of Wokingham is hampering a taxpayer-owned company from getting new businesses into the town’s empty shop units.
Flood defences worth nearly £100,000 for homes in Winnersh will not save properties from future damage, but the “bucket full of money” needed to solve the problem is unlikely to materialise.
A card entitling the holder to free condoms, a health drop-in service and an outreach nurse have been credited with a 39 per cent drop in the number of teenage pregnancies in Wokingham.
Anti-wind farm campaigners say a report claiming shadow flicker from turbines poses no significant risk to health has failed to allay their fears.