A benefits cheat from Dedworth has been sentenced to 300 hours of unpaid work after claiming almost £30,000 illegally.
Robert Chapman, of Dedworth Road, was sentenced at Reading Magistrates' Court on Monday, November 17,
The owner of a controversial restaurant in Eton has said he is 'over the moon' after it was granted a licence to sell alcohol.
The Royal Borough's licensing sub-committee granted the Flaming Cow, in High
Batman himself took part in a procession through Sunninghill High Street as part of the village's Victorian Street Fayre.
More than 5,000 people took to the high street yesterday to watch the procession which
Community spirit is being utilised in Wraysbury and Horton with the launch of a new volunteer phone line service.
Wraysbury Voluntary Care (WVC) will provide a hotline for residents living in the village which will