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In this week's Bracknell News (May 8 edition)

Published: 8 May 2014 11:300 comments

SHOCK figures reveal six out of 10 reported offences go unpunished in Bracknell Forest, companies and charities across Bracknell and Wokingham were visited by members of the Royal Family and a four-page picture special covering the May fairs across the area.

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In this week's News (May 8 edition):

- Shock figures reveal six out of 10 reported offences go unpunished in Bracknell Forest

- Four-page picture special covering May fairs in Wokingham, Winkfield and Crowthorne

Companies and charities in Bracknell and Wokingham were visited by members of the Royal Family

- Plans to serve alcohol until late into the night at a Bracknell petrol station have been restricted by councillors

- Elderly man speaks out about trauma a break-in at his house has caused for his frail wife

- A kind-hearted caravan owner is offering a family the chance to enjoy a free summer holiday

- 10 action-packed pages of sport

- Property, family announcements, motoring, jobs and much, much more!

For all these stories and much, much more, pick up a copy of today's Bracknell News. Out now, only 70p!

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