Here are some exciting and important stories you may have not read in the last week.

We want to keep you up-to-date with local stories from across the area so here are some key stories which happened last week.

1. Illegal rave suspected at a property in Warfield, Bracknell

Bracknell News:

Concerns over a party taking place during the coronavirus pandemic was investigated by police.

Thames Valley Police said they received a report of a group of people going into property in County Lane, Warfield.

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2. Coronavirus: Bracknell residents asked to travel miles for covid-19 tests

Bracknell News:

Frustrated residents say they are being asked to travel 'miles' to get tested for coronavirus following a national shortage on tests.

Bracknell Forest Council says it understands the 'frustrations' of people who are struggling to get local COVID-19 tests.

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3. The Range reveals opening date of Iceland store

Bracknell News:

An opening date has been revealed for the highly-anticipated new food store coming to The Peel Centre.

The Range in Bracknell is teaming up with Iceland to bring a food hall inside the store.

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4. Teaching assistant spared jail over child abuse footage

Bracknell News:

A PAEDOPHILE teaching assistant who bought sickening child abuse footage using AMAZON vouchers has been spared prison.

Twisted Kevin Sheppard, who now lives in Bracknell, purchased the vile images from an online seller using £365 worth of Amazon vouchers as payment.

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5. Covid map shows increasing cases in Bracknell

Bracknell News:

SCIENTISTS have created a new map to predict the UK's Covid-19 hotspots over the next couple of weeks - and it's not good news for Bracknell.

The team behind the website, from Imperial College London, define a hotspot as an area with more than 50 cases of Covid per 100,000 people.

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