Sunday, 26 September 2021

School won’t listen to our concerns, say neighbours

School won’t listen to our concerns, say neighbours

RESIDENTS have accused a new school of not listening to their concerns. Neighbours of the Heights School, which opened at its new site ...

 

Police search for man who exposed himself to teenage girl

A MAN exposed himself to a teenage girl in Caversham. Police said the victim was approached as she was walking in Morecambe Avenue at ...

 

Inner Wheel of Caversham

HAVING been unable to meet for some 18 months, except by Zoom, our meeting in September at the Milestone Centre in Emmer Green was a ...

 

Driver jailed

Driver jailed

A MAN has been jailed for dangerous driving and failing to stop after a crash. James Pipe, 43, of Mayfield Drive, Caversham, admitted ...

 

Cercle Francais

BONJOUR et bienvenue encore au Cercle Français. Cercle Francais (Reading French Circle) is for those who are learning French or love ...

 

Club marks 50 years of welcoming women bowlers

Club marks 50 years of welcoming women bowlers

CAVERSHAM Bowls club celebrated 50 years of welcoming women players. The club held a celebratory match between “ladies” and ...

 

Friends honour 1988 murder victim

Friends honour 1988 murder victim

A PLAQUE has been unveiled in memory of a youth who was murdered more than 30 years ago. Trent Whitehouse, 19, was killed in a knife ...

 

After years of waiting, school opens at new site

After years of waiting, school opens at new site

CHILDREN and staff celebrated the first day at their new primary school after years of waiting. The Heights School opened at its new ...

 

Bins resume

Bins resume

COLLECTIONS of green waste in Caversham, Emmer Green and other parts of Reading will resume on Monday. Reading Borough Council had ...

 

Plaque in memory of teenage stab victim

A PLAQUE is to be unveiled at Caversham Trents Football Club in memory of the youth who inspired its formation. Trent Whithouse, 19, ...

 

Pegrum secures trophy after beating club chairman

Pegrum secures trophy after beating club chairman

CHRIS PEGRUM, 23, won Caversham Croquet Club’s Winslow Trophy when he beat Charles Briggs 26-19 in their AC final. Pegrum’s victory ...

 

Produce show

CAVERSHAM Horticultural Society’s autumn show will take place at Emmer Green Primary School in St Barnabas Road on Saturday, September ...

 

I’ve no fear, says deaf and blind wing walker

I’ve no fear, says deaf and blind wing walker

A DEAF and blind man completed a wing walk at 6,000ft for charity. Tony Lawton, 74, from Caversham, has been taking on “crazy” ...

 

Police appeal to find missing man

Police appeal to find missing man

POLICE are searching for a man from Caversham who has gone missing. Sean Stoakes, 31, was last seen Mayfield Drive at about 10am on ...

 

No service

COLLECTIONS of green waste in Caversham, Emmer Green and the rest of Reading have been suspended until at least the end of next week. ...

 

Ladies’ day

CAVERSHAM Bowls Club is marking 50 years since its ladies’ section was formed. An exhibition match between “ladies” and “gentlemen” ...

 

Blind man’s wing walk

A DEAF and blind man has completed a wing walk at 6,000ft for charity, Tony Lawton, 74, from Caversham, completed the 130mph stunt on ...

 

Bins back

Bins back

GREEN waste collections in Caversham and the rest of Reading are expected to resume around August 16. They were paused in mid-July ...

 

Attacker fined

A MAN has been fined £120 for assault. Anthony Murnane-Bell, 33, of Rhine Close, Caversham, admitted the offence and was also ordered ...

 

Seaside detective

AUTHOR Vera Morris will be signing copies of her new book at Fourbears Books in Prospect Street, Caversham, from 1pm to 3 pm on ...

 

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