Published 20 May 2013 17:30 0
A NURSERY and pre-school is celebrating after it received an improved Ofsted inspection - meaning it is now rated as 'good'.
RAIL users are advised that they will not be able to catch a train from Bracknell, Wokingham and the Winnersh stations on Sunday (May 19). Buses replace trains as a new footbridge and lifts are installed at Wokingham.
PROPOSALS for a Lapland experience in Swinley Forest go on display tomorrow (Saturday). This follows an aborted attempt last year when hundreds of people objected to a plan for a Christmas village at a nearby site.
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- Friendly pair of kittens seek new home
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- Inspectors praise changes at Bracknell nursery
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