In this week's Bracknell News

Published: 12 Dec 2013 11:300 comments

READERS help make families "dreams come true" with a record-breaking response to the Toys and Tins appeal. Also, residents slam "shameful" plans to build on Blue Mountain golf course, damages for a girl disabled by meningitis and a double-page picture special on motorbikers dropping off Christmas presents to children in Wokingham and Bracknell.

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READERS help make families "dreams come true" with a record-breaking response to the Toys and Tins appeal. Also, residents slam "shameful" plans to build on Blue Mountain golf course, damages for a girl disabled by meningitis and a double-page picture special on motorbikers dropping off Christmas presents to children in Wokingham and Bracknell, and much, much more!

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Inside:

- More than 1000 toys are donated to families in need as part of the News's Toys and Tins appeal.

- Residents slam councillors decision to endorse building on Blue Mountain golf course

- Girl left disabled by meningitis will receive multi-million pound compensation

- Crowthorne Foodbank celebrates its first birthday

- Residents pay tribute to Nelson Mandela

- Biggest sports section in Bracknell with 10 action-packed pages

- Bracknell Bees captain backs appointment of Smital as head coach

- Bracknell Town boss pays tribute to players loyalty

- Competition to win a family ticket to Odds Park Farm

- Property, family announcements, classifieds, motors, jobs and much more!

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