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Not many school leavers can say they spent their summer working for an international company in India – but one did just that.
People in Bracknell are recycling and composting more of their household waste than people in Reading and Wokingham.
One way to make a walk around Bracknell Forest even more interesting is by having a look at its his-tree.
Dazzling dahlias, lovely lilies and magnificent magnolias were on show as a horticultural society’s members showed off their green-fingered skills.
Traipsing off to Paris or Milan for the sake of fashion would be unrealistic for most people but luckily Bracknell’s own fashion week is about to start.
Thousands of politicians and delegates from the three main political parties will be implored to Keep Trade Local by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) as the party conference season kicks off this week.
Alfonso Sherland isn’t Worried About Ray – or anything else for that matter.
Think Bracknell is new? A series of heritage events this weekend will make you think again, writes Mike Pyle
This week Nick voices his support for the Evening Post’s and FSB’s campaign to promote local trade…
Hundreds of runners put their best foot forward when they took part in the Bracknell Half Marathon.