In today's Bracknell News...
Published 15 Nov 2012 15:00 0 Comments
WE EXCLUSIVELY chat to homeless teen Jessica Lane, who has launched a petition to get youngsters off the streets - in the face of a 380% rise in the number of people sofa surfing in Bracknell.
Readers can also find out about the horrific ordeal of 85-year-old Veronica Manser, who was pushed over outside her Crowthorne house by a robber three weeks ago, and is now too frightened to return home.
Schoolchildren at Charters have shown their support for X-Factor hopeful Josh Cuthbert - of Union J - while students at Bracknell and Wokingham College have created a DVD to help educate other pupils on the world of work.
Bracknell's MP, Dr Phillip Lee, gives his thoughts on reality show I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here and the involvement of Tory MP Nadine Dorries, and the council announces a recycling scheme which will reward eco-warriers for disposing of their waste properly.
Also inside are the latest revelations about Jimmy Savile at Broadmoor, more details on how to help with our Toys and Tins appeal and of course, a four-page picture-packed Remembrance Day special.
Pick up a copy of the Bracknell News now, just 60p, to read more about these stories and other in-depth articles.
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