Reporter Profile: Laura Nightingale
Beavers, Cubs and Scouts helped clear scrubland while learning about wildlife on Wildmoor Heath.
Donkeys returned to Sandhurst over the Bank Holiday weekend as the town hosted its 46th annual donkey derby and fair.
A SINGER-SONGWRITER from Farnham has topped the UK country music charts on iTunes and is now looking forward to gigging in the area.
A pile of felled trees the size of a house has sparked fears of a massive bonfire.
It was a battle of the ages at Wellington Health and Fitness Club as athletes aged from five to 80 competed in rowing, swimming and running contests.
Traders have called on Bracknell Forest Council to reduce its renting costs and take lessons from neighbouring Wokingham in order to save a “dwindling” Crowthorne market.
Speed cushions and zebra crossings could replace large speed humps in Crowthorne High Street to make it safer for pedestrians crossing the road.
- Name: Laura Nightingale
- Job Title: Reporter
- Patch Covered: Ash & Farnham/Sandhurst & Crowthorne
- Total stories online: 11
- Phone No. 01483 508962
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org