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Simone Grainger death: Husband convicted of manslaughter

Steven Grainger is cleared of murder but guilty of the manslaughter of his wife Simone.

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Priory Avenue surgery Reading closed by One Medical Group

Priory Avenue Surgery in Reading is to close less than two years after it was privately taken over.

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'No chance' of homes on historical Caversham Park site

Reading Borough Council want the Grade-II listed Caversham Park to be open for public access.

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Fraudsters sentenced for selling sick and dying puppies

The group of six are thought to have made about £2.5m selling puppies from houses in west London.

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Slough skate park trio jailed for Ismail Mohamed murder

One of the killers must serve a minimum of 31 years the others at least 26 years.

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Aer Lingus plane flies under royal wedding police helicopter

The police helicopter was "several thousand feet" above the passenger plane but looked much closer.

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Boys arrested after 'brutal assault' in Reading

The boys, aged 12 and 15, were arrested on suspicion of attacking a 54-year-old man with a metal pole.

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Royal Wedding: Dancing police officer gets crowd going

PC Jake Freeman says the response to his dancing on the day of the Royal Wedding was "overwhelming".

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Royal wedding 2018: Who made the Long Walk bunting?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a prime view of the hand-made decorations after they wed.

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Myrtle planted by Queen Victoria could feature in royal bouquet

A plant grown on the Isle of Wight by Queen Victoria could feature in Meghan's bouquet.

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What non-league footballers do at the end of the season

Instead of jetting off to a luxury island, many players just go back to their day jobs

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Death of Hitler: How the world found out from the BBC

Karl Lehmann was working for BBC Monitoring when he heard German radio announcing the Nazi leader's death.

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Declan Kidney: Former Ireland head coach is the new director of rugby at London Irish

Ex-Ireland coach Declan Kidney the new director of rugby at London Irish after joining as technical consultant in March.

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FA Vase: Thatcham Town beat Stockton Town 1-0 to win title for first time

Thatcham Town win FA Vase for first time to cap 41-game unbeaten run with 1-0 win over Stockton Town at Wembley.

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Birmingham City Ladies 1-1 Reading Women

Ellen White ends the season as WSL top scorer after getting her 14th goal to help Birmingham City draw with Reading.

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Lockinge Stakes: Rhododendron beats Lightning Spear in photo finish at Newbury

Rhododendron beats Lightning Spear by a short head to become the first filly since Red Evie in 2007 to win the Lockinge Stakes.

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Viewpoint photography exhibition

Thames Valley Park (TVP1&2), 300 Thames Valley Park Drive, Thames Valley Park, Earley, Reading, RG6 1PT
Wednesday, 30 May, 2018 10:00 - 15:00

Dates 30th May – 3rd June 2018 Open 10am – 3pm Daily Cost Free Public Admission Our Viewpoint exhibition showcases images from photographers that illustrate the range of effects that can be generated by selecting an ideal vantage point. Even subtle changes in viewpoint can completely change the relationship between the objects in the photo and help to show things from a different, more unique perspective. As photographer Ansel Adams once said: ‘A good photograph is knowing where to stand’. The images featured in this exhibition have all sought to experiment with the viewpoint in order to present us with new and unexpected perspectives. VIEWPOINT is a touring photographic exhibition created and supported by The Photographic Angle. Please check website prior to attendance for latest information as dates may be subject to change. Disabled visitors are advised to check with us before visiting an exhibition so that suitable access can be provided. W : www. T : 0800 028 7338 E : Reg Charity No : 1135750

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Speed Dating in Reading

Matchbox, 5-6 Friar Street, Reading, RG1 1DB
Thursday, 07 June, 2018 19:15pm

Reading Speed Dating How speed dating in Reading works A great event to go to is Speed Dating in Reading. How it works is our friendly professional hosts will greet you and they will settle you in by briefly explaining the format of the Speed Dating evening. The Speed Dating in Reading will commence with the speed dating then taking place for the remainder of the evening. How many dates will I get at a Reading Speed Dating event? You will normally get between twelve and fifteen dates depending on the venue location at one of our Speed Dating in Reading events. Occasionally we go up to twenty dates. Any more and you would probably be exhausted. What if I like someone at the Speed Dating in Reading event? If you like someone at the Reading Speed Dating event, simply enter a tick on your Speeding Ticket corresponding to the person you like to indicate you may want to see that person again. The following day you can either sign in to the website and enter your choices directly, or call the office and one of the team will enter your ticks for you to match you up with others from the Speed Dating in Reading event. The Speed Dating in Reading is a speed dating event brought to you by Slow Dating on Book now today: Reading Speed Dating

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Open Garden Day in aid of Cancer Research UK

Harris Garden, at the University of Reading
Sunday, 10 June, 2018 14:00

Open Garden Day in aid of Cancer Research UK The Reading Group for Cancer Research UK are delighted to invite you to our Open Garden Day with Musical Entertainment on Sunday 10th June 2.00 - 5.00 pm at the Harris Garden, at the University of Reading. During the afternoon we will be entertained in the garden by the Reading Ukulele Group with an energetic and diverse mix of music from the 1920s to today and by James Parkin, busking on acoustic guitar. Plants, including some from the Harris Garden itself, will be on sale and there will be a craft stall for you to browse. Tea/coffee/squash and homemade cakes available. Do come and join us to enjoy the garden, the refreshments and the music. You enter via Pepper Lane off the A327 (Shinfield Road) post code RG6 6UR. Entrance £3, young children free All proceeds on this day will go to Cancer Research UK. For further information, please contact us at

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Finance for Professionals: Anti Money Laundering Annual Update

Lily Hill House, Bracknell
Monday, 11 June, 2018 10am

Join The Real Business Club and their EXPERT Trainer – Dawn Edwards (ex HMRC and Building Society Manager) for our Finance for Professionals workshops. Dawn manages and often delivers the Finance and Tax training. Other presenters include Companies House, ICO, specialists in their fields and Regulatory Bodies. Price £42 each Book via Eventbrite: Time and Venue 10:00 – 12.30pm at Lily Hill House, Lily Hill Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 2SJ. Booking and payment (£42.00 per workshop) are required in advance, by clicking on the link(s) above. Feedback from Finance professionals ‘The monthly TRBC workshops keep me up to date with the new rules and regulations such as Auto-enrolment, VAT and Payroll RTI updates. I would encourage any bookkeeper to attend.’ – Bookkeeper, Wokingham

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Dinton 5km/10km Summer Series Race 2

Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davies Street, Hurst, Reading, RG10 0TH
Thursday, 14 June, 2018 19.30
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Dinton 5km and 10km Summer Series 2018 Dinton Summer Series “Thank you to Barnes Fitness for organising such a great series of Summer Races at ?Dinton Pastures. I’ll definitely be at next year's events.” This series — back for the SEVENTH year – organised in partnership with Wokingham Borough Council — has become a firm favourite with runners of all abilities and 2018 marks our seventh summer season! Follow one lap of a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, it’s pancake flat and if you enter more than one race you’ve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month! DATES: Thursday 10 May 2018 Thursday 14 June 2018 Thursday 12 July 2018 Thursday 9 August 2018

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Twyford Kids Triathalon

Polehampton School Twyford, RG10 9AX
Saturday, 23 June, 2018 10.00 am

TIME: TriStars 3 (YOB 2005/4) – 10am Start 300m Swim/4.8km Cycle/2.4km Run TriStars 2 (YOB 2007/6) – 11am Start 200m Swim/3.2km Cycle/1.8km Run TriStars 1 (YOB 2009/8) – 11.30am Start 150m Swim/1.6km Cycle/1.2km Run TriStar Starts (YOB 2010) – 12pm Start 50m Swim/800m Cycle/600m Run N.B.: Age is how old you are as of 31st December 2018 COURSE: Clearly-marked route with plenty of marshals RULES OF PARTICIPATION: Open air pool Swim, Off-road cycle & run (around field) Children always in sight of a marshal Age restrictions: '8 - 14 (as of 31 December 2018) RESULTS: Chip timed by Rogue Racer PRIZES: Medal & goody bag for every finisher. Prizes sponsored by Zone 3 wetsuits for 1st, 2nd & 3rd boy and girl in each age group PLUS bonus prizes for 1st boy/girl in each age group who lives in RG10 postcode Event run under British Triathlon rules PARKING: • Free parking available nearby – see more details in Twyford Kids Triathlon Competitor Information Guide. COST: £22 entry – no online entry fees ADDITIONAL £1 entry fee for non British Triathlon members Online entry closes 11.59pm Tuesday 19 June unless race capacity is reached prior to this. There will be no on the day entries.

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