WE'VE rounded up some of this week's most read stories, just in case you may have missed them.

1. The five Bracknell Forest sites which could become graveyards

Five sites from across Bracknell Forest could become graveyards after warnings burial space is running out in the borough.

New graves will not be able to be created in Bracknell Forest by spring 2022 as Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium will have no space left.

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2. Primary School needs to improve 'quality of teaching' says Ofsted inspectors

An Ofsted inspection carried out at The Pines School in Bracknell in June 2019 found that it 'requires improvement', despite it being rated as 'good' previously

The leadership at the time the inspection was carried out was shown to be ineffective, with standards of teaching and pupil achievements slipping.

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3. Watch the moment police storm into Wokingham house during drugs raid

Officers from the Wokingham Neighbourhood police team can be seen breaking the house door down before storming in to raid the property for drugs.

Bracknell News:

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4. Five of the latest food hygiene ratings from across Bracknell Forest

The News is here to help you decide which option to go for as we have the five most recent food safety ratings for Bracknell Forest eateries since we posted our latest round-up.

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5. Silva Homes policy changes so YOU can now keep pets in your home

Pet lovers living in a Silva Home property will now be able to own a four-legged friend.

The housing association group has changed their pet policy to allow residents to keep pets in their homes.

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