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In this week's News (Wednesday September 3)

Published: 3 Sep 2014 10:300 comments

In this week's Bracknell News we have an EXCLUSIVE interview with top F1 engineer Adrian Newey about the "intolerable" noise caused by Heathrow Airport's new trial flightpaths, reaction from residents who heard a Hurst charity music festival from seven miles away and Bracknell Forest's council leader takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

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We also have picture specials from the final Summer Of Fun event at South Hill Park, craft activities at Princess Square and the annual craft fair at Wellington College.

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:

- An EXCLUSIVE interview with top F1 engineer Adrian Newey about the "intolerable" noise caused by Heathrow Airport's trial flightpaths over Ascot and Bracknell

- Reaction from residents and an animal sanctuary after a Hurst charity music festival could be heard by people up to seven miles away

- Residents in Crowthorne fear for the village's identity and infrastructure after another planning application was submitted for homes nearby

- Bracknell Forest Council leader Paul Bettison and a Warfield pub are the latest to tackle the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

- Bracknell Bees fans were buzzing after they met their favourite players

- Picture specials from a Summer Of Fun event at South Hill Park, craft activities at Princess Square and the annual craft fair at Wellington College

- 10 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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