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It's a red-letter day at the museum as Reading’s history is laid out in alphabetical order.
Legendary crooner Vince Hill will be performing with a song in his heart in Henley next week.
Pam Warren faced her fears this week when she took a 13-minute train journey into London – for the first time in 10 years.
The chairman of this year’s Royal County of Berkshire Show can claim connections with the event going back a century.
Once a Labour Exchange and now a thriving arts centre, South Street is celebrating 20 years in business.
It was all “sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” at a stately home in Lower Basildon last summer when a film crew came to call.
You will need to get your skates on if you want tickets to see the stars at The Reading Comedy Festival.
The women in a West Berkshire village have brought out their wedding mementos for a weekend of Brides and Blooms.
The show must go on for three of Reading’s best-known amateur musical groups – but only once a year.
Football, culture, coffee and films are all lined up next week to celebrate Refugee Week 2009.