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My youngest son complains from time to time about the garden.
Tuesday is the longest day of the year. It happens at the same time every year but it always catches me by surprise.
The dry weather might have come to a dramatic end with what feel like April showers. I got caught out several times last week in rain and sleet, which rather enlivened a few walks.
There is nothing more British than sitting down with a steaming cup of tea and a hefty slab of Victoria sponge cake.
A female driver was rushed to hospital this morning after suffering a suspected broken hip during a head-on collision in Barkham.
Neighbourhood Action Groups (NAGs) which already work with police to monitor issues like speeding could play a key role in the future as traffic teams in Thames Valley and Hampshire are merged.
Poet, singer and comedian John Hegley performed his hilarious one-man show to a sell-out crowd at Wokingham Library earlier this month.
The MP for Twyford has pledged to try and ensure every child in the village has a place at a “good, local primary school.”
A local history society is releasing its third volume of Wargrave history and this time it will feature a collection of photograps never before published.
Residents and business owners in Arborfield have spoken about the “constant battle” to tackle a swarm of flies which have descended over the village and are making lives a misery.