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Bird watchers are being left to foot the bill for clearing up litter and graffiti left by young vandals.
A father-of-three with a passion for pedalling showed his commitment to the refurbishment of a pool at an Arborfield school by cycling the length of the UK.
A former centre for adults with learning disabilities is set to be transformed into 21 homes after councillors gave planning designs the go-ahead.
Hundreds of people enjoyed a range of traditional attractions as they helped raise money for a range of local causes at the Hurst Horse Show and Country Fayre.
The flower-filled garden of West Oak Care Home was the perfect setting for a very English summer fete on Saturday.
Matt Mills could be heading for the exit door after failing to agree a new contract at Reading.
Want to see theatre in the big outdoors? You’re spoilt for choice at the moment as theatre groups prepare for their moment in the open-air.
This week sees the first Reading Summer Proms come to a spectacular end as choirs and bands join forces for a feast of musical delights.
Imagine Theatre is looking out for youngsters to join the chorus line of this year’s Hexagon pantomime, Aladdin
Las Iguanas serves a mix of Mexican and South American dishes, including tasty churrasco – skewered of marinated meat served with a spicy hot garlic and chipotle sauce