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New Met Office figures show October was the coldest since 2003.
The UK'S bird population has dropped by 44 million since 1966 - a fall of one nesting pair a minute.
It’s Christmas time, and that means presents, parties and general over-excess.
Foodies will be able to get their teeth into a range of delicious locally and nationally produced foods at South Hill Park’s first ever food festival.
Ale lovers very nearly drank the bar dry at an “unbelievably successful” festival at Bracknell's football ground.
Food fans enjoyed a range of delicious produce from around the country, from gargantuan garlic bulbs to creative cakes, at the borough’s first food festival.
Bracknell’s hosepipe ban was necessary say gardeners who have welcomed the decision to lift the restrictions.
Summer birds are on their way to warmer climes due to the good old British weather.
Gardeners are urged to ignore their unruly hedges for the sake of nesting birds.The RSPB is urging people not to get their trimmers out due to the wet weather meaning some birds have had to delay their breeding.
A new superhero was spotted in Bracknell as a popular pub celebrated it’s 18th birthday.