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A West Berkshire cricket club’s dream of building a new pavilion has moved a step closer thanks to a donation from a regional builder. Falkland Cricket Club wants to replace its current pavilion, which was built in 1975 and als
Fundraising to provide a new fitness trail and outdoor play equipment at a Newbury school for deaf children has been given a boost thanks to a regional builder. Persimmon Homes Thames Valley chose the Mary Hare School for deaf
Local fine art collectors and enthusiasts will have the opportunity to meet an award-winning contemporary artist next weekend, when abstract wildlife painter, Robert Oxley, will be making a special appearance in Reading.
A national care watchdog has given a care home in Newbury the seal of approval, with relatives and residents praising its caring and attentive team members and extensive activities programme. The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC)
A care home in Newbury invited young cadets and squaddies from the local barracks to listen to a 102-year-old resident share his army experiences from the Second World War. The team at Care UK’s Winchcombe Place on Maple Cres
Two Hampshire primary schools have each received cash grants of £1,000 from a leading housebuilder to help fund outdoor projects.
A 44- ton lorry is turning heads up and down the country, and it’s all for a good cause, to raise awareness of the remarkable national charity, Living Paintings.
A charity which enables youngsters with additional needs to attend mainstream clubs and societies can now train more volunteers to accompany them thanks to a cash donation. The Me2 Club, which offers support throughout the Woki
A campaign in East Reading to re-open a swimming pool and promote sports activities has been given a cash boost thanks to a regional builder. The Arthur Hill – Save Our Swimming Community Interest Company was successful in beco