Reporter Profile: Laura Herbert
Parishioners campaigning to save a Catholic church have set up a Facebook group to request a formal consultation into its closure.
Schoolchildren can take part in a competition to win a prize for their school as part of Bracknell’s Classic Motors Show next month.
Neighbourhood Action Groups (NAGs) which already work with police to monitor issues like speeding, could play a key role in the future once traffic teams in Thames Valley and Hampshire merge.
Visitors steamed along to Pinewood Miniature Railway for its official station re-opening and to mark its 25th anniversary.
Hats, heels and horses saw Royal Ascot get off to a spectacular start as thousands of race-goers turned out in force.
An overwhelming majority of the 1,600-plus residents surveyed on plans for thousands of new houses in Crowthorne and Binfield fiercely oppose them, figures show.
An Ascot organisation is one of 37 volunteering groups in the South East to be honoured with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
- Name: Laura Herbert
- Job Title: Chief reporter of Br
- Patch Covered: Bracknell, Crowthorne, Ascot
- Total stories online: 1125
- Phone No. 0118 918 3007
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org