Published 24 May 2013 13:30 1
THIS Bank Holiday weekend why not explore the new Fobney Island Nature Reserve, a small patch of countryside that has been transformed into a natural paradise, buzzing with wildlife and blossoming plants.
- Passenger in car that killed Simon Large sentenced to 15 months
- Ascot paedophile banged up for having thousands of indecent images
- Crowthorne: Elderly woman dies after being struck by Mercedes
AN ESTABLISHED horse show which has been raising money for disabled riding for more than 20 years, has been forced to move location.
A BURST water main has caused Ringmead, in Bracknell, to be closed in both directions between Hanworth Road and Opladen Way.
- Sainsbury's set for Wokingham town centre
- Look In Cafe to close
- In this week's Bracknell News
- Ascot: CCTV images released of suspects in connection with Royal Forresters pub brawl
- Firefighters battle for hours at Moss End computer parts warehouse
- Shed fire in Farnham Close, Bracknell
- John Lennon's gypsy caravan rediscovered in Ascot house
- VIDEO: We chat to Suzanne Shaw about The Big Match
- Free school granted approval to open in Wokingham
- Car fans including Uri Geller gather at Bearwood College in Sindlesham
- Friendly pair of kittens seek new home
BUSINESSES are preparing to close their doors as Bracknell's regeneration begins - including a hairdresser who will close next week after 34 years in Broadway. Also, popular horse show must move after 20 years, Cable & Wireless office to close, trio avoids jail over drugs haul and a 20-page Lifestyle supplement.
THESE shocking images reveal the moment when three men brought firearms to an Ascot pub. Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of people they would like to speak to in connection with a mass brawl which resulted in an air rifle being discharged outside the Royal Foresters Pub in London Road, Ascot.
The anchor food store on the redeveloped Elms Field site, in Wokingham, will be Sainsbury's.
BRACKNELL Drones Under 18s became the first Bracknell team to win the Rob Laidler Plate after beating the defending champions on Sunday.
Is there such a thing as being too old for punk? The Undertones - formed in Derry in 1975, reformed with a new frontman in 1999 - don't seem to think so. And with tunes as good as Teenage Kicks, Jimmy Jimmy and My Perfect Cousin to play, you can see why.