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MORE than 2,000 people got the chance to feast their eyes on a bevy of different nibbles and tipples at the South Hill Park Food Festival.
SCRUMMY cakes, cuddly toys and books were up for grabs at a table-top sale to raise cash for Age Concern Bracknell Forest.
THE man in charge of the country's education will be put under the microscope alongside reality TV star Katie Price at the fourth Sunday Times Festival of Education.
SIGNS of Bracknell's long-awaited revamp are now becoming clear say regeneration bosses, with demolition work due to begin in a matter of weeks.
THE number of apprenticeships available in Bracknell Forest is falling while demand continues to soar.
THE £150,000 revamp of Mill Park started this week.
A DEAD cedar tree that was devastated by a storm has been revamped to create a wildlife wonderland for youngsters.
A DISABILITIES charity has returned to Bracknell after more than a decade away.
A FAMILY had a lucky escape when a raging fire tore through their Hanworth home in the early hours of today (Tuesday).
THE end is nigh for the dozens of stoic businesses in Broad-way and Crossway - all of whom will be forced to close by tomorrow (Tuesday).
A TEENAGER met the country's finance chief and pop stars for a spot of tea at Downing Street last week.
CONTROVERSIAL proposals to scrap a 50% surcharge for extra taxi passengers have been delayed.
AN OVERVIEW of the past year will take place at an annual parish meeting in Priestwood, Bracknell.
A BRACKNELL-based estate agent has pledged to raise another £20,000 for children's hospice service Alexander Devine.
"A CRIMINAL record will stick with you for 100 years" - that is the message to young people from Bracknell's new neighbourhood police chief.
COUNCILLORS given two options on how many houses should be built on a piece of land in Binfield chose the application with fewer properties.
REALITY TV star Peter Andre was spotted in overalls with a paintbrush in Bracknell last week.
ARSONISTS set fire to a derelict building in Easthampstead last night (Thursday).
HOUSING, children and the regeneration of Bracknell are the main issues brought up at councillors' surgeries in Old Bracknell and Wildridings.
I MUST admit, the prospect of sitting through a wartime drama does not fill me with much excitement. I've always had a bit more of a taste for comedies and tragedies - especially in the theatre.