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Rumours are rife that Wokingham could be about to welcome a spicy new addition to its thriving dining culture.
Sir Bob Geldof will head a stellar cast of speakers from the worlds of education, business, science and entertainment at the Festival of Education later this month.
They may be able to cry if they want to, but party boys and girls have been banned from holding bashes at village halls across the borough.
The arrival of traffic wardens to Wokingham’s streets could result in a lose-lose situation for local drivers.
Riding lessons, wine, organic vegetables and tickets to Hurst Horse Show and Country Fair are just some of the goodies up for grabs in the run-up to the popular event.
Fears Wokingham will merge with Bracknell and objections to the closure of town centre level crossings have already been raised as the borough re-consults on bungled planning blueprints.
A taxi driver was beaten and robbed after collecting a fare from Wokingham town centre in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Townspeople are being urged to get involved in helping to create public spaces that can be used for festivals, shows, markets and playtime in Wokingham.
Firms wanting to build thousands of new homes in Wokingham are still failing to get the message they should be providing new roads and community facilities.
Drivers are taking advantage of a parking “free for all” in Wokingham town centre as residents eagerly await the return of traffic wardens.