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Pride of Reading nomination for The Shed

It is not just the fab food which has earned The Shed, in Merchants Place, a Pride of Reading nomination but also the service and cultureDelicious spiced garlic prawn and mango chutney sandwiches, warming home-made soup with crusty bread, and freshly ... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
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Little Heath School pupils transported to Wonderland

More than 90 cast and crew will be putting on a production at a school in Tilehurst this week.Pupils from every year at Little Heath School, in Little Heath Road, will transport their audiences to Wonderland tonight and tomorrow as they tell Lewis Carroll’s ... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
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Inquest records open verdict after woman was discovered lying next to her bed

Susan McArthur was found in her Willow Street home on Friday, February 14, after not being seen for seven daysA woman's body was discovered in such a decomposed state that her cause of death could not be determined.Susan McArthur, 56, was found lying ... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
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£500,000 facelift for Reading parks and open spaces

One proposal recommended spending £300,000 on improvements to Beresford Road and Kensington Road recreation grounds in West ReadingParks across Reading are expected to get a £500,000 facelift – partly from cash from the Battle Hospital site developer ... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
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Man missing from West Berkshire hospital found safe and well

John Maguire, 43, left Thornford Park Hospital in Crookham, near Thatcham, at lunchtime on Saturday, and a man fitting his description was seen in Reading town centre later that day.A man who went missing from a secure hospital unit in West Berkshire ... [Published Reading Post - 6 hours ago]
Entities: John Maguire, Police
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Reading Retail Award nomination for Dolce Vita

Customer Angela Ambrose is a fan of the venue and nominated it in the Restaurant of the Year categoryOne of the town’s longest- established independent restaurants is in the running for the title of Restaurant of the Year.Dolce Vita has been serving authentic ... [Published Reading Post - 4 hours ago]
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Tilehurst family seek Vietnamese speakers in Reading

Tim Clements and his wife Phuong are desperate to meet other Vietnamese families so that they can teach their sons both parents’ native languagesA multilingual family from Tilehurst are on the lookout for more Vietnamese families in Reading to help them ... [Published Reading Post - 4 hours ago]
Entities: Vietnam, Acquisition, Coffee
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Sustainability award for Reading businesswoman

Tracey Rawling Church, 53, who lives in Berkeley Avenue, Coley, was presented with the Sustainability Executive of the Year award at the Business Green Leaders AwardsA businesswoman from Reading has won a prestigious green award at a glittering ceremony ... [Published Reading Post - 5 hours ago]
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Dozens of cars, trucks and motorbikes on display at Berkshire Motor Show

Hovercraft rides, go-karting, a putting course and car displays drew large crowds to Prospect Park for the annual eventEngines were revving at the new-look Berkshire Motor Show on Sunday.Hovercraft rides, go-karting, a putting course and car displays ... [Published Reading Post - 5 hours ago]
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New Scotland Hill Primary School praised for good results in English and maths by Ofsted

A school in Sandhurst has been praised for its higher than average results for reading, writing, English and maths following its latest inspection.Teachers and governors at New Scotland Hill Primary School and Nursery in Grampian Road, Little Sandhurst ... [Published Reading Post - 6 hours ago]
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Brownie group celebrating 60 years in Wokingham could close if they can't find new leader

Helen Alderman will leave at the end of the term and a replacement must be found by SeptemberA brownie pack celebrating its 60th year in Wokingham could close unless it finds a new leader.The 21 girls of 8th Wokingham (All Saints) Brownies will say goodbye ... [Published Reading Post - 6 hours ago]
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John Redwood MP: The EU should not be seen as a threatening force by its neighbours

Last Sunday I attended the Berkshire service of commemoration for the start of the Great War in 1914.It was a time for sombre reflection.A whole generation of young men were put at grave risk of death, and lived in atrocious conditions in the trenches, ... [Published Reading Post - 6 hours ago]

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Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell said: "The university is extremely proud of all its graduates. Many will go on to achieve great things across disciplines as diverse as meteorology, fine art, construction management, law, biological sciences, food and nutritional sciences, and history to name but a few."
"I am over the moon that Bracknell Forest Council has been awarded £679,000, as part of the Thames Valley Berkshire City Deal, to help generate more valuable work experience, apprenticeships and jobs for 16 to 24-year-olds over the next three years."
Cllr Matt Rodda described accident and emergency services as being under "intense and sustained pressure despite the best efforts of hard-pressed staff"
"When the trial is over we can look at how successful it has been and consider whether any further action is taken going forward.”"

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Pride of Reading nomination for The Shed [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
Little Heath School pupils transported to Wonde... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
£500,000 facelift for Reading parks and open sp... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
Inquest records open verdict after woman was di... [Published Reading Post - 1 hour ago]
Reading Retail Award nomination for Dolce Vita [Published Reading Post - 4 hours ago]
Tilehurst family seek Vietnamese speakers in Re... [Published Reading Post - 4 hours ago]
Sustainability award for Reading businesswoman [Published Reading Post - 5 hours ago]
Dozens of cars, trucks and motorbikes on displa... [Published Reading Post - 5 hours ago]
New Scotland Hill Primary School praised for go... [Published Reading Post - 6 hours ago]
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