Sunday, 25 October 2020

Bags to cash

A FUNDRAISING event held in aid of Robert Piggott junior and infant schools in Wargrave raised £368. The Bag 2 School collection took ...

 

Bigger kitchen

PLANS to demolish a conservatory at a house in Wargrave and replace it with a kitchen extension have been approved. Jonathan Colvin, ...

 

New manager

WARGRAVE Surgery has a new practice manager. Stephen Collier takes over from Josie Osborne, who has been appointed manager of the ...

 

‘Keep out: our road is private...

THE chairman of the residents’ association for Loddon Drive in Wargave is appealing to the public to avoid the street. Ian May says it ...

 

More discount

THE Bull pub in Wargrave has extended its customer discount scheme for October. Landlady Jayne Worrall began offering 25 per cent off ...

 

...and we don’t like this either’

PLANS for a new agricultural building in Wargrave have been approved despite opposition from neighbours. Sheeplands Farm in Twyford ...

 

Play readings

WARGRAVE Theatre Workshop has started hosting play readings. These are held in the Green Room at Woodclyffe Hostel on Mondays and ...

 

Virtual open evening

A VIRTUAL open evening for future sixth form students at The Piggott School in Wargrave is being held on November 11. For more ...

 

Water charity runner tops up his total to £35,000

Water charity runner tops up his total to £35,000

A RUNNER from Charvil has now raised more than £35,000 for WaterAid after completing the virtual London Marathon. Tom Hutchinson spent ...

 

Marina cafe owners aim to become plastic-free

Marina cafe owners aim to become plastic-free

THE owners of a Wargrave café are doing their bit to help save the planet. Gemma Naughton and Lisa Anacora, who own Cwtch at Willow ...

 

Neighbours relaunch fight over home plan

NEIGHBOURS have objected to a businessman’s latest plans for a new house in Wargrave. Mark Weatherlake wants to build the ...

 

‘Obey virus rules’ plea

THE leader of Wokingham Borough Council has praised residents for following the coronavirus safety guidelines. John Halsall was ...

 

Hall booked for extra flu jab clinics

WOODCLYFFE Hall in Wargrave could be used to help provide free flu jabs next month. The village surgery is expecting greater demand ...

 

Parents plea

A GROUP for mothers and toddlers is hoping to link up digitally with parents to offer support. The Butterflies team would normally ...

 

Vicar can help

HELP is available to people in Wargrave who are self-isolating. For help with shopping or collecting prescriptions call Rev John Cook, ...

 

Streaming services

THE remembrance service at St Mary’s Church in Wargrave will be live streamed. Representatives from organisations including the Royal ...

 

Wargrave Local History Society

IT is not possible, under the present covid-19 restrictions, to hold Wargrave Local History Society meetings in the normal way. ...

 

Volunteer wanted

A VOLUNTEER is being sought to manage the café for youth football matches in Wargrave on Saturday mornings. Wargrave Women and Girls’ ...

 

Council spends £120,000 on virus tests for key staff

A TOTAL of £120,000 is to be spent by Wokingham Borough Council on coronavirus testing kits for key workers. The council says the move ...

 

Cricket club cash appeal

WARGRAVE Cricket Club is appealing for donations to enable it to live stream its 1st and 2nd XI matches. An online fundraising page ...

 

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