Sunday, 20 May 2018

Residents stage protest at school’s park annexe plan

Residents stage protest at school’s park annexe plan

MORE than 100 residents held a community picnic on part of a recreation ground which could be fenced off for use by a school. The ...

 

Pupils treat locals to tea party

Pupils treat locals to tea party

PUPILS at Hemdean House School in Caversham held a party for residents to mark National Tea Day. The children served cakes and ...

 

Caversham duo have cuts in handicap

JOSEPH SICHERI claimed the Shah Bowl in a Stableford format competition held at Caversham Heath on Saturday. Sicheri held on to win ...

 

Protests at school’s plan to fence off part of park

RESIDENTS are angry at plans to fence off part of a recreation ground so that it can be used exclusively by a school. The Heights ...

 

Caversham Heights Society

APRIL marked the end of this season’s formal lectures for the society with two fascinating talks. These were all the better because a ...

 

Visitors flock to beanpole day

Visitors flock to beanpole day

ABOUT 400 people visited the annual beanpole day at Caversham Court Gardens, which promotes wildlife-friendly gardening. Visitors ...

 

Campaigners call for public inquiry into relocation decision

CAMPAIGNERS fighting to stop the Heights Primary School relocating to playing fields have called for a public inquiry. Reading Borough ...

 

Conservative wins at borough council elections

Conservative wins at borough council elections

GRAHAM Howe will replace the outgoing Bob Pitts as a Wokingham borough councillor after victory in last night’s (Thursday) elections. ...

 

All set for local elections...

VOTERS will go to the polls in local elections next Thursday. Thirteen seats will be contested in Reading Borough Council elections, ...

 

Drunk men spared jail

TWO men from Caversham have avoided jail after a drunken crime spree. Samuel Ward, 26, of Mead Close, and Matthew Bullion, 33, of ...

 

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I BECAME acquainted with liberal politics as a teenager, and have retained that affinity though all the ups and downs of the party in ...

 

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I HAVE lived in Caversham for 15 years. I work for Home-Start Reading, the family support charity, and am also co-owner, with my ...

 

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I have lived in the Caversham Ward for 18 years. I am passionate about involving local people in decisions made on their behalf and ...

 

Meet the Candidates: David Foster (Green, Caversham)

Meet the Candidates: David Foster (Green, Caversham)

I’M a professional artist and I teach at the University of Reading, where I completed my PhD. I have represented the Green Party in ...

 

No cheap housing

A DEVELOPER wants to build 42 flats and houses in Caversham without an “affordable” element. Henley Road Ltd was awarded planning ...

 

Beanpole day returns

AN event promoting wildlife-friendly gardening will be held in Caversham tomorrow (Saturday). The annual beanpole day will take place ...

 

Tennis fun day

AN open day will be held at Caversham Lawn Tennis Club tomorrow (Saturday) from 1pm to 5pm. Visitors will be able to see the ...

 

Williams claims prize with pars and birdies

TWELVE pars and two birdies in a round of net 73 was enough for Dave Williams to clinch the top prize in Division 1 of the Weekend ...

 

Bird killed

A CANADA goose was killed and another seriously injured in a crossbow attack. The birds were found off the Thames Path, a short ...

 

Woman jailed

Woman jailed

A WOMAN has been jailed for burglary and fraud. Michelle Stevens, 45, of Mead Close, Caversham, was sentenced to two years and eight ...

 

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