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In this week's News (Wednesday July 30)

Published: 30 Jul 2014 12:300 comments

IN this week's edition of the News, we reveal that almost £4.5m was left unspent by Bracknell Forest schools last year, HIV testing is set to be offered at Bracknell Library, and we have the second part of our Super Tots 2014 competition.

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We also have a two-page special covering the First World War commemorations on Monday and picture specials from the King George race weekend at Ascot Racecourse and Wokingham Art Society's summer exhibition.

For this - and much more - pick up a copy of this week's Bracknell News. Out today (Wednesday), only 70p!

In this week's News:

- Almost £4.5m was left unspent by Bracknell Forest schools last year

- Part two of our Super Tots competition, covering the girl's and boy's 19 months-six years category

- HIV testing will be made available at Bracknell Library from next week

- Grays 'pick your own' Farm could be converted into a sports hub by a council

- Two-page special covering the build-up to the anniversary of British involvement in the First World War on Monday

- Reaction from visits to Bracknell and Wokingham from In Bloom judges

- Picture specials from Ascot Racecourse's King George weekend and Wokingham Art Society's summer exhibition

- 16-page Berkshire Business Review supplement

- NINE action-packed pages of sport

- Plus jobs, motoring, family announcements, property, classifieds and much, much more!

For all this and much, much more, pick up a copy if this week's Bracknell News. Out today, only 70p!

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