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Slough named as the 'best place' to work and live

The town immortalised by 'The Office' is a "prime spot" for jobs and a good quality of life.

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Windsor murder: Appeal to clubbers captured on CCTV

The plea comes after a 50-year-old man was discovered with fatal head injuries in Windsor.

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WhatsApp and YouTube terror video man jailed

The 21-year-old radical Islamist filmed himself calling British soldiers "baby butchers of the Muslims".

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Ex-Premier League player Sam Sodje's fraud trial collapses

Sam Sodje had been accused of helping launder cash in an £80,000 international fraud operation.

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Windsor murder: Appeal for clubbers' mobile phone videos

The plea comes after a 50-year-old man was discovered with fatal head injuries in Windsor.

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Reading's Cow Lane plan for dedicated traveller site

Reading council says it spent £95,000 in 2016-17 on dealing with unauthorised encampments.

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Woman raped and man assaulted in Windsor car park

Officers were called at 03:45 BST on Monday after reports of a rape at the Victoria Street car park.

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M3 police stop death: Family pay tribute to driver

Nathan Sedgewicke left his car after stopping on the hard shoulder with police, but was then struck by a vehicle.

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Reading double spider bite leaves woman hospitalised

A Reading woman was hospitalised after being bitten twice by a spider inside her home.

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Berkshire wedding invite arrives five years after being sent

Donna Sidebotham thought she had been snubbed by her friend after he failed to RSVP to her wedding.

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Circus performer Rosey Delarue on life in the big top

Rosey Delarue didn't go to university - instead she went to circus school and joined the big top.

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Original Bracknell architect sees his design demolished

Retired architect Cyril Minchell has watched his design for Bracknell demolished and replaced.

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The many faces of Greenham Common

It was known for nuclear warheads and peace protests but as the ex-US base is remembered there were other stories.

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Women's Super League 2017-18: New calendar, new names and new goal alerts

As the new WSL season gets under way on Friday, BBC Sport looks at the inaugural winter calendar, the new signings and how you can follow the competition.

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Reading 0-2 Swansea City

Swansea score a controversial second goal as they beat Reading to progress to the Carabao Cup fourth round.

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Early Closing Day Talk at Wokingham Library

Wokingham Library, Denmark Street, Wokingham, RG40 2BB
Friday, 22 September, 2017 10.30am to 11.30am
£3

Early Closing Day– Mike Cooper will be giving an illustrated talk about air raids in Reading in World War 2 Includes tea and coffee. £3 charge Friday September 22 10.30am to 11.30am at Wokingham Library

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Craft and Garden Fayre

Earley St Peters Church Hall, Earley, Reading
Saturday, 23 September, 2017 10:00-16:00
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It’s back! The must attend event in Earley. Current confirmed stall holders: Plants and Gardens Chris Johnson Garden Statues Brickleton Beads Magpies Costume Jewellery, Funky Vintage Cake Company, Neals Yard, Lighting Up Treasures, Shannon Amber Crafts - more stall holders signing up daily Hot and cold refreshments available from the Funky Vintage Cake Company 10:00-16:00 Free Entry

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Personality Profiling

Earley Crescent Resource Centre
Monday, 25 September, 2017 9.30am-12.30pm
Free

Personality profiling is commonly used to match the ideal personality for those best suited to a job role. You will learn: - What personality profiling is - How and why it is used to recruit - The different types of testing - Have the opportunity to take a test - How to benefit from your results Booking essential Bus route 21 from Reading - Beech Lane stop

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UK Wolf Conservation Trust ' Visit Wednesday'

Butlers Farm, Beenham, Reading, Berks, RG7 5NT
Wednesday, 27 September, 2017 11am - 4pm
£8-£5

The Trust is open every Wednesday from 11am – 4pm. A wonderful day out for all the family, with photo opportunities from a photographic platform area, regular talks by the keepers, watch the wolves being fed at 2pm and, of course, our ambassador wolves. Come to see our Arctic wolves, admire our Beenham pack and see our older wolves, including mischievous Mosi, majestic Mai and Motomo. We have a photography platform overlooking the Beenham pack and you'll be able to see the Torak & Mosi via a large picture window in our shop and education centre. Free parking is available and there are toilets on-site. Our well stocked shop will be open for you to purchase souvenirs of your day. There will be tea/ coffee, squash refreshments available to purchase by donation, but no food. Outdoor picnic tables available. No walks or wolf contact is available on this day. Additional children’s activities will be held during school holidays. Adults £8, Children 3-12 £5, under 3's free. No booking required. Pay on arrival. Please note: no dogs are allowed on-site or to be left in parked cars.

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Living with Teenagers - Primary to Secondary School 2 weeks

Earley Crescent Resource Centre
Thursday, 28 September, 2017 10.00am-12.00
£15

Primary to Secondary Transition - A 2 week course for parents on how they can help make the transition easier. Week 1 - Building self esteem, independence and resilience and listening to your children's fears and worries. Week 2 - Routines, homework, friendships and extra curricular activities. Fee £15.00 Booking essential On the 21 bus route from Reading

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Finchampstead Bible Discovery Weekend - by Bracknell Christadelphians

Finchampstead Memorial Hall, The Village, Finchampstead, Wokingham RG40 4JU
Saturday, 30 September, 2017 See details
Free

Bracknell Christadelphians invite you to join them for a Bible Discovery weekend on 30th September - 1st October 2017 CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES Sat 30 Sept, 2.30-5pm Sun 1 Oct, 2.15-3.45pm We’ve got activities for kids of all ages available during the weekend, from making boats and a shipwreck challenge to a colouring corner and free magazines. Bring your children along and have a go! FREE COFFEE AND CAKE Sat 30 Sept, 2.30-5pm Sun 1 Oct, 2.15-3.45pm Drop by for a slice of cake (or two!), a tea or coffee and a chat with your local Christadelphians. Check out our informational panels, thought-provoking videos and help yourselves to our literature. BIBLE TALK Sun 1 Oct, 10-11am Come along to hear a free Bible-based presentation on “Who are the Christa¬delphians?”. It will intro¬duce the Christadelphian community - who we are, what we do and what we believe. All the activities are open to all, free and will be held at: Finchampstead Memorial Hall, The Village, Finchampstead, Wokingham RG40 4JU

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