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Charities around Wokingham are set for a hefty pay day after thousands of people braved a wintry wind to enjoy the festivities at the Wokingham May Fayre on Monday.
A founder of two charities working to support parents with disabled children has reached the final of the national Inspiring Women awards.
Sixth form pupils who attended a Parliamentary debate at a Wokingham school last week say the experience has left them “undecided” about who they will be voting for.
Wokingham's political candidates were quizzed about the economy, unemployment and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq when they faced a group of first-time voters last week.
MP hopefuls wanting to represent Twyford and the northern parishes after the General Election have told The Wokingham Times why voters should elect them.
A homeowner has spoken of his shock after police unearthed a cannabis factory at his house.
The last in a long series of highly successful cliff safety talks inspired by the tragic death of a Winnersh teenager will take place this week.
A Wokingham taxi firm went the extra mile, several thousand in fact, to help a customer needing to get abroad amid severe air travel disruption.
Fears thousands of new homes at Arborfield Garrison will lead to traffic chaos were made clear to candidates vying for votes in the general and council elections last week.
The polls have finally opened and those across the borough will be casting their votes throughout the day for the local and general elections.