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Patty’s Plum has now spread-eagled herself across the path like a binge-drinking party girl on a Saturday night.
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.
Chef David Hanlon wants the guests at the Hilton Hotel to feel at home. And he wants people from all over Reading to come to The Larder restaurant.
Louise Graham was driving through Pangbourne with her boyfriend and she pointed to a large double-fronted café.
It doesn’t seem possible that one could have a horticultural anxiety dream.
Football, culture, coffee and films are all lined up next week to celebrate Refugee Week 2009.
An explosion of South Asian arts and culture begins in Reading this month for the eighth year running.
Mowing the lawn on Saturday morning was just about as exciting as it could get thanks to the purchase of a new mower.
Hot-air balloons will rise over West Berkshire when a stately home opens its gates to the public.