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Elderly and vulnerable people in Wokingham and surrounding areas were visited by firefighters today (Saturday).
Two men wearing masks and armed with what is believed to be baseball bats robbed a Finchampstead shop.
All the fun of the fair will come to Wokingham on Saturday when the townâs Childrenâs Fun Day returns on a new date.
I am pleased to say that things are finally gathering momentum with our new building.
Council bosses in the Czech Republic have visited Wokingham Borough Council to find out more about its successful smarter working strategy.
Homemade hobby horses are being prepared for an alternative gymkhana at a village show.
Bags of big clothes have been chucked out by the newly-svelte members of Slimming World clubs to raise money for cancer research.
Fine food supplied by local producers and cooked to order is the cornerstone of the success of The Crooked Billet.
The new supermarket planned for Elms Field will be a Sainsbury's, Wokingham Borough Council has revealed.
X Factor finalist Danyl Johnson will perform at The Raglan Pub and Kitchen as part of a charity evening supporting bullied children.
Wokingham has the worst gap in attainment between pupils eligible for free school meals and those who are not, according to latest figures.
A police operation aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour has seen offences drop since its launch around three and a half years ago.
Woodley and Whitegates Liberal Democrats branch has been suspended by its party as part of a probe into its "irregular" activities.
A red fire engine brightened up a grey landscape as rain clouds gathered over Westende and Wescott schoolsâ fete in 1980.
Staff and supporters of a garden centre are reeling at the prospect of months of more uncertainty after the council forced the adjournment of a planning inquiry into its future.
Punk rock legends The Undertones will be playing Sub89 in Friar Street on Bank Holiday Monday â more than 34 years after their first appearance in Reading.
Wokingham's new town mayor has pledged to support Wokingham District Scouts and Guides in his mayoral year, stating âthey are the community leaders of tomorrowâ.
Bridge players tallied tricks to raise funds for a village choir.
Potted plants were picked up during a sale raising funds for a gardening service.