Sunday, 22 July 2018

Pupils grow sunflowers to get in touch with nature

Pupils grow sunflowers to get in touch with nature

MORE than 100 sunflowers are blooming in the grounds of Hemdean House School in Caversham. They were given away as seeds back in April ...

 

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A CONSULTATION on an extension of the St Peter’s Conservation Area in Caversham has opened. The proposals mean it could now include ...

 

Road closure

A STREET in Caversham is to close for two days for resurfacing work. Caversham Park Road will be shut in both directions from 9.30am ...

 

Pet advice

A CAMPAIGN to promote responsible dog ownership has been launched. Lisa Clements, Reading Borough Council’s animal warden, is visiting ...

 

School cuts fence size

A SCHOOL has submitted revised plans to fence off part of a recreation ground for exclusive use by its pupils. Residents were upset at ...

 

Flood plans

A CONSULTATION has been launched by the Environment Agency on plans to reduce flooding in lower Caversham. Residents whose homes were ...

 

I’m not a hero, says man after marina rescue

A MAN who jumped into a marina to save a woman from a sinking car says he hopes others would have done the same. David Howard, 66, was ...

 

Road repair

A MAIN road through Caversham is to be closed for resurfacing. Contractors from Reading Borough Council will begin the work on ...

 

Road closure

A ROAD between Caversham and Tokers Green will be shut for almost a month. Tokers Green Lane will be closed between the junctions with ...

 

Fete fly-past

A SPITFIRE will perform a fly-past at the Caversham Church fete next month. The Supermarine Spitfire will appear above Caversham Court ...

 

MP commends firefighters

MP commends firefighters

READING East MP Matt Rodda visited the Caversham Road fire station to meet the firefighters and find out more about the l work they do....

 

Triathlete raises £1,000 for MDN charity

Triathlete raises £1,000 for MDN charity

A MAN from Caversham took part in his first triathlon in aid of a motor neurone disease charity. Scott Milliken, 27, (above left) ...

 

School’s lacrosse team with five sets of sisters

School’s lacrosse team with five sets of sisters

IT’S not uncommon for sporting prowess to run in the family but a lacrosse team from Caversham has taken this to the extreme. The ...

 

Pupils visited at school by fire crew

Pupils visited at school by fire crew

PUPILS at Hemdean House School in Caversham enjoyed a visit from firefighters based in Caversham Road. They learnt about the ...

 

School told to rethink fencing off public park

A SCHOOL has been told to rethink plans to fence off part of a recreation ground for exclusive use by its pupils to play in. Residents ...

 

Caversham Heights Society

Caversham Heights Society

IN the third week of May nearly 40 members and friends of the society went to the Peak District for their annual mini-holiday. John ...

 

Cancer campaigner and bar raise £5,000

Cancer campaigner and bar raise £5,000

A CAVERSHAM bar and café and a man with stage 4 bowel cancer have raised £5,000 for charity. The Alto Lounge in Church Street and ...

 

Traders meet

TRADERS in Caversham are to discuss ways of boosting business. Representatives of shops, restaurants, cafés, bars, gyms, beauty salons ...

 

MP backs opponents of school fence plan

CAMPAIGNERS fighting plans to fence off part of a recreation ground for exclusive use by a school have received the support of their ...

 

Cemetery revamp

A NEW purpose-built office is being constructed at the Henley Road Cemetery and Crematorium in Caversham. The building will include ...

 

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