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Charity fun day raises more than £200 despite being dampened by wet weather

29 Aug 2014 17:30 • Newsdesk

A CHARITY fun day raised more than £200 despite being dampened by wet weather, writes Sunveer Sandhu.

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Appeal launched to trace missing 83-year-old man from Windsor

29 Aug 2014 16:50 • Andy Wilkins

AN APPEAL has been launched to find a missing 83-year-old man from Windsor.

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Large residential development for 27 new homes in Stoke Poges sold to builder for £5.8m

29 Aug 2014 15:30 • Andy Wilkins

A LARGE residential development site with planning permission for 27 new homes has been sold to a builder for £5.8m.

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Newly appointed governor and Indian poet shares work

29 Aug 2014 13:00 • Nicole Zandi

A NEWLY appointed governor and poet from India came to Slough to share his work.

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Unauthorised absence from school fines skyrocket in Slough and the Royal Borough since 'term-time holiday ban'

29 Aug 2014 11:30

THE number of parents fined for their children skipping school since the introduction of a 'term-time holiday ban’ has skyrocketed in Slough and the Royal Borough.

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Slough Town FC joint-boss Neil Baker looking for response to first defeat

29 Aug 2014 17:30 • Rob Stevens

SLOUGH Town FC joint-boss Neil Baker says he is not concerned by his side’s first defeat of the new season.

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Slough Town FC joint-boss Neil Baker rues lack of 'serious players'

29 Aug 2014 16:00 • Sportsdesk

SLOUGH Town FC joint-boss Neil Baker believes a lack of ‘serious players’ was to blame for the 3-0 defeat to Chesham United on Bank Holiday Monday.

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Manager Gary Meakin targets more Burnham FC goals

29 Aug 2014 14:30 • Rob Stevens

BURNHAM FC boss Gary Meakin has challenged his side to score more goals as they look to climb the Southern Premier Division table.

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Proud day as Peppard Stoke Row win maiden Berkshire Cricket League title

28 Aug 2014 18:30

PEPPARD Stoke Row were crowned Berkshire Cricket League Premier Division champions for the first time after they thrashed South East Reading by eight wickets.

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Big debut for dynamic quintet Lucius at Reading Festival

23 Aug 2014 09:30

Indie pop band Lucius spoke to us about the excitement surrounding their first set at Reading on the Festival Republic Stage tomorrow (Sunday)...

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Pulled Apart By Horses tell us why Reading Festival is 'special' to them

22 Aug 2014 17:30

PULLED Apart By Horses are set to bring their high-energy, sweat-inducing alternative rock to the Main Stage tomorrow (Saturday) but, having formed in Leeds, will Reading be just another show next to their home-coming Yorkshire performance?

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Enter Shikari promise to light up Reading Festival

22 Aug 2014 15:00

AFTER they almost blew the roof off the tent at last year’s festival, we caught up with raucous Enter Shikari ahead of their set on the Main Stage today (Friday).

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