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Services need to be kept at the troubled Heatherwood Hospital, but a brand new out-of-town hospital is best for the people of Bracknell, says the town’s MP.
The people of Bracknell are urged to step up to help ensure the future of the town’s unique but troubled arts centre.
Vandals who sliced through the trunk of a tree, causing it to crash to the ground just yards from a playground have been branded “mindless”.
A row of garages built too small to fit cars into could be pulled down unless a better solution can be agreed with residents.
Water experts are fighting a new menace from abroad that is causing a major headache for Bracknell’s main sewage operaters by clogging up pipes and treatment works.
Government plans to remove “Labour’s anti-car red tape” to provide more parking spaces have been welcomed by Bracknell’s MP who says his party is “calling off the war on the motorist”.
Amateur groups and performers have backed “the best arts centre in the South East outside London” as support grows for Bracknell’s cash-strapped South Hill Park.
Tenants of a sheltered housing scheme celebrated as it hit the big 3-0 with a fun-filled fete.
A keen goalkeeper and sports teacher has been spared jail after taking part in a huge punch up between two groups of football fans outside a train station.
A dad whose daughter suffers from a rare form of epilepsy has given himself a “dodgy shoulder” after paddling more than 100 miles down the River Thames to raise cash to provide her with a sensory room at home.