Published 10 May 2013 09:30 0
WHY, oh why do cars feel they have the right to park across drop-down kerbs just because it is more convenient for them?
CHARITABLE organisations play such an important part in our communities for families, children and animals and we can learn a lot from the principles behind local charities. I want to pay particular attention to the fantastic work being carried out at a Crowthorne-based bird sanctuary that I have recently agreed to become a patron of.
I AM going to make a stunning confession. I don't do Facebook. Yes, you read that right, I really don't. 'But Everybody does Facebook!!' I hear you scream.
- Maurice O'Brien: 'Beware of Greeks bearing advice'
- MP's column: Dr Phillip Lee, March 2013
- MPs column: Adam Afriyie, MP for Windsor, Feb 2013
- Alok Sharma's Westminster Diary, July 14, 2011
- Time for another round in Second Chance Saloon
- In the end it is down to donors
- Rob Wilson's Westminster Diary, July 7, 2011
- Match point for Theresa or is it a foul ball?
- Special mission for the world's 'top trumps'
- Disabled driving nightmare continues in town
FOUR people were rushed to hospital after a car crash on the Crowthorne Road in Bracknell.
AN ESTABLISHED horse show which has been raising money for disabled riding for more than 20 years, has been forced to move location.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery near Barkham.
AN elderly couple were rushed to hospital after their car was involved in a collision with a traffic island.
- All set for donkey derby
- Finchampstead nursery celebrates outstanding inspection
- Dexter is a whizz on the slopes
- Firefighters called after man gets arm stuck in letter box
- Looking for something do this bank holiday? Why not visit the new nature reserve at Fobney Island in Reading
- Water leak causes road closure in Bracknell
A humorous play from the writer behind Rising Damp, Duty Free, Only When I Laugh and Home To Roost will be performed by the Riverside Players, from Thursday to Saturday, June 27-29.