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In this week's News (Wednesday August 6)

Published: 6 Aug 2014 09:300 comments

TRAFFIC chaos in Birch Hill and Hanworth which has caused a major headache for residents is set to continue with delays to the works in the road, a driver who mowed down a man outside a Bracknell pub is jailed, and there is outcry after Wokingham Borough Council approved plans to buy a popular 'pick your own' farm.

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We also have a two page-special commemorating the anniversary of the start of the First World War, and picture specials from South Hill Park's Affinity Festival and a family fun day at Braybrooke Recreation Ground.

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:

- Birch Hill and Hanworth residents are set to undergo further traffic chaos as a water company said its work was over-running

- A Crowthorne driver has been jailed after mowing down a man following a fight outside a Bracknell pub

- Outcry after Wokingham Borough Council approved plans to buy a popular 'pick your own' farm

- Two-page special covering 'Lights Out' events to remember the First World War in Bracknell and Sandhurst

- A support group has relaunched under a new name

- Easthampstead Park Community School is still regarded as 'requiring improvement' by Ofsted inspectors

- Picture specials from a family fun day at Braybrooke Recreation Ground and South Hill Park's Affinity Festival

- EIGHT 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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