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Heathrow third runway: Slough council criticises revised plans

Slough council claims a number of buildings would come closer to the runway than previously thought.

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Girl, 15, charged over double stabbing in Reading

A teenager is charged with two counts of grievous bodily harm after a fight at a leisure centre.

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Reading driver jailed after killing pedestrian

The 68-year-old driver accelerated instead of braking and veered into three people in Reading, Berkshire.

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Map of participating schools 2017-18

Find school and sixth forms in your area who are taking part in BBC School Report 2018.

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Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle choose cake

East London-based Californian to bake the organic lemon and elderflower creation.

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Philip Askew trial: Skater 'confronted by accuser's parents'

Philip Askew was called to a meeting with the girl's parents after they read her diary, a jury hears.

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Reading half-marathon: runners 'will not get money back'

The road race was called off at 06:30 GMT on Sunday, three hours before it was set to start.

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Ice warning as snow leads to hundreds of school closures

The cold weather is set to continue with a new weather warning for ice issued for England and Wales.

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Reading half marathon: Runners brave snow after race cancelled

Organisers called off the Reading Half Marathon three-and-a-half hours before its scheduled start.

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'Sicko' sabotages Woodley grandmother's card with insults

Royal Mail has apologised to Dorothy Hopkins and begun an investigation.

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Row over lighting at home of Henley Regatta

An artist installed temporary lights to illuminate both sides of a bridge in Henley-on-Thames.

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Bayeux Tapestry nudity censored by Victorian English

Naked people in the original tapestry were covered up by the prudish Victorians for a country-wide tour.

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Where are the UK's youngest and oldest city populations?

Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.

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Liam Kelly: Reading man turns down Republic to keep England option open

Reading's Liam Kelly declines a place in the Republic of Ireland squad for Friday's game against Turkey to keep his England option open.

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Chris Gunter: No Wales player power over Coleman

Chris Gunter insists there was no case of undue player power as he and his Wales team-mates tried to convince former manager Chris Coleman to stay.

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Reading: Sacking Jaap Stam will not help avoid relegation - Joey van den Berg

Sacking Royals manager Jaap Stam will not help Reading avoid relegation from the Championship, says Joey van den Berg.

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Norwich City 3-2 Reading

Norwich City earn their first win in seven in an entertaining match to heap the pressure on struggling Reading.

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Maidenhead United 0-1 Barrow

Ten-man Barrow hang on for narrow win at Maidenhead to move three points clear of the National League relegation zone.

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Reading Haydn Choir - Spring Concert - Karl Jenkins Requiem and Hummel Mass in B Flat

St John's Church, Victoria Road, Mortimer Common RG7 3SY
Saturday, 24 March, 2018 19:30
Adults/Concessions £15/12

We are delighted to be returning to St John's Church to sing two vibrant pieces of choral music, Karl Jenkins Requiem and Hummel Mass in B Flat. We'll be accompanied by a small, professional orchestra, Sinfonia Musicisti. Karl Jenkins is the UK's most popular contemporary composer, one of Wales' most versatile and critically-acclaimed musicians. His Requiem, first performed in 2005, is a rich melting pot, blending European classical style with ethnic, world music using pulsing energy derived from his early jazz and rock experience. Hummel’s Mass in B Flat received exceptionally positive reviews in the contemporary musical press. Making new demands on the strings and choir the work produces a range of musical effects, from simple pastoral scenes to complex fugues rarely encountered at the time.

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Wokingham 5km/10km run

Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davies Street, Hurst, Reading, RG10 0TH
Sunday, 25 March, 2018 9.30
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Minimum competitor age: 15 as of race day 5km £12 (UKA Member) £14 (non UKA member) 10km £16 (UKA Member) £18 (non UKA member)

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Family Funday

Ockwells Park Maidenhead
Sunday, 25 March, 2018 12-4pm

Family Funday so lots of activities for the family .Looking for stall holders to come and sell there products or produce. entrance is free for the public .If you would like to contact me please do re stall holders fee. angela

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Finance for Business Owners: Pricing and Sales

Thatcham Memorial Hall
Wednesday, 11 April, 2018 7.00 pm

The Real Business Club have announced a second series of the successful Finance for Business Owners workshops. These workshops are available and FREE to everyone, no matter what kind of business you may own or run. We consistently receive great feedback regarding the accessibility, clear explanations, practicality, as well as a good learning atmosphere. The workshops are funded through West Berkshire Council. This workshop will be on Wednesday 11th April 2018, from 7pm-9.30pm at the Thatcham Memorial Hall, Bath Road, Thatcham. Further details of the on-going dates can be found on our website - The remaining workshops in this Series are as follows: 25 Apr - Cash Flow & Getting Paid 8 May (Tuesday) Long Term Financial Decisions

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Woodley 10km &2.5km

woodford park, headley road, woodley, RG5 4JZ
Sunday, 15 April, 2018 9.00
see website for entry fee

TIME: 9.00am COURSE: Clearly-marked route with plenty of marshals RULES OF PARTICIPATION: Minimum competitor ages as of race day: 10km - 17+ 2.5km - 5yrs - 14yrs

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Speed Dating in Reading

Revolución De Cuba, 138-141 Friar Street RG1 1EX
Tuesday, 24 April, 2018 19:15pm - 21:45pm

Speed Dating in Reading How Speed Dating in Reading works When you arrive at the speed dating venue for Speed Dating in Reading, you will be greeted by our friendly professional hosts. They will settle you in by briefly explaining the format of the evening and confirm how many people you will be dating at the Speed Dating in Reading. What happens at a Speed Dating in Reading event At a Speed Dating in Reading event, you will have four minutes to chat to each date. Four minutes is long enough to see if you click with the person you are talking to and whether you would like to see them again. At the end of each date you have a brief few moments to make some notes on the person you have just dated at the Reading Speed Dating event. Speed dating guarantee Luckily, since you will be meeting many amazing other singles at our Speed Dating in Reading event, you can tick as many as you like. Also, if you don't find anyone suitable and tick them all as a ‘No’, we will offer you a free event as part of our guarantee to find that perfect someone for you. The Speed Dating in Reading is a speed dating event brought to you by Slow Dating on Book now today: Speed Dating in Reading

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