Thursday, 30 March 2017

Handicaps reduced

THERE were high scores and cuts in handicap in the latest midweek Stableford at Caversham Heath. Barry Reynolds scored 41 points to ...

 

Helping nature

A COMMUNITY nature area has been created in Caversham. Nikki Drury asked Reading Borough Council last year to clear an overgrown area ...

 

Relaxation

Relaxation

Four primary schools in Caversham are taking part in a new mental development programme, which aims to equip young children with ...

 

Parker hits eagle and birdies to take title

ANDREW PARKER was victorious by six points in Division 1 of the Weekend Stableford at Caversham Heath on Saturday. Parker also ...

 

Precinct rebuild begins

THE redevelopment of St Martin’s shopping precinct in Caversham is under way. Hermes Investment Management, which owns the site, has ...

 

Good call

Good call

Rob Wilson visited Caversham Road fire station in Reading to learn more about the work that the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue ...

 

World Book Day: Caversham Prep School

World Book Day: Caversham Prep School

The Fantastic Mr Fox, Where’s Wally, Mary from The Secret Garden and Burglar Bill made an appearance for World Book Day. After a ...

 

Right mix

Right mix

Children at Caversham Prep School took part in the school’s annual pancake race despite wind and showers. They assembled in their ...

 

World Book Day: Heights Primary School

World Book Day: Heights Primary School

Children and staff dressed up as their favourite literary figures. Harry Potter characters proved very popular, as were perennial ...

 

Ticket to read... school's library on wheels

Ticket to read... school's library on wheels

A NEW £32,000 library bus has been officially opened at Caversham Primary School. The large, red single decker was unveiled in the ...

 

Romantic Novelists get their writing hats on

Romantic Novelists get their writing hats on

Twelve members of the Reading chapter of Romantic Novelists celebrated their fourth annual Valentine's Writing Day at the Great ...

 

Royal date for girls after winning schools tycoon contest

Queen Anne's School at Buckingham Palace

SEVEN pupils from Queen Anne’s School in Caversham collected an award at Buckingham Palace from the Duke of York and Dragons’ Den star ...

 

Flasher hunt

A FLASHER targeted a woman in a Caversham car park. The 29-year-old victim was sitting in her car at Hills Meadow, off George Street, ...

 

Caversham Heights Society

THE Society held two meetings during February. The speaker at the meeting on February 1 was Carl Feltham, an ardent member of the RSPB,...

 

Success for Bonney

DARREN BONNEY was in scintillating form in winning Division 1 of the February midweek Stableford at Caversham Heath. Bonney scored 42 ...

 

Armed robbery foiled

A MAN threatened a member of staff at a shop with a suspected firearm in an attempted robbery. The incident happened at Woodcote Way ...

 

Reading Gardeners' Club

WE are delighted to welcome Tom Hart Dyke, a celebrated modern day plant hunter, to give an illustrated talk entitled “From captivity ...

 

Squelch

Squelch

On Friday, February 3 a team of 18 junior pupils from Caversham Prep School took part in an Independent Sporting Association ...

 

Caversham WI

IN December, we celebrated both our 55th birthday and a fresh beginning with a new committee with songs and popular carols followed by ...

 

Council tax set to rise

RESIDENTS of Caversham, Emmer Green and other parts of Reading borough are facing a 4.99 per cent increase in council tax from April 1....

 

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