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EVERYBODY affected by noisy pubs or rowdy revellers will be allowed to have their say before extended opening hours are approved.
PEOPLE power has already started to reclaim the streets of Norreys after fearless campaigners clubbed together to stop gangs of yobs causing mayhem and intimidation at weekends.
IT wasn’t just the meat being flame grilled at Burger King this weekend – the roof went up in smoke as well when fire ripped through the fast food drive-thru.
VOLUNTEER transport organisations have been handed extra cash to keep the wheels turning to help elderly and disabled people.
IT WAS giggles galore when a whirlwind of magic, mystery and birthday cake kicked off a Wokingham school’s centenary celebrations.
Scores of customers turned away on busy night.
THE old adage that a dog is for life, not just for Christmas seems to have hit home with people in Wokingham this year.
PEOPLE living near the current Wokingham Cricket Club ground have told planners the homes and offices proposed for the site would blight the area.
A WOMAN was left shocked and distressed after a motorist pulled over in a Wokingham street and exposed himself to her.
AN 85-year-old man has been summoned to court for non-payment of Council Tax – despite never missing an instalment.