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Thursday 31 July 2014 8:14 AM

Moves to plug a predicted shortfall of 200 school places should be a catalyst for improving the number of Oxbridge students from Windsor and Maidenhead.

That was the call from the leader of the Royal Borough, Cllr David Burbage, at a cabinet meeting last night, who said the figures for home-grown students going on to study at the nation's top universities

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In pictures: Dorney Dash Hundreds of runners took part in a sun-kissed 2014 Dorney Dash. Organised by the Datchet Dashers, the race is the club's biggest event and was this year held at Dorney Lake just off Court Lane
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16:00 Wed 30 Jul 2014
b Feisty vicar Reverend Louise Brown did not let being on crutches stop her taking part in the Dorney Dash on Saturday. Miss Brown, who is vicar of All Saints Church, Dedworth Road, Dedworth managed seven
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15:00 Fri 25 Jul 2014
Horatio Chapple 'Courageous actions' by Eton College schoolboy killed by a polar bear on an expedition have been praised by his parents following an inquest into his death. Horatio Chapple was mauled to death by a seven-foot
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15:00 Wed 30 Jul 2014
a A pair of twins have won a competition to meet celebrity pair Ant and Dec and ask them a question of their choosing. Five-year-olds Lewis and Elena Balfe met the Saturday Night Takeaway stars at
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16:40 Tue 29 Jul 2014
Frances Tophill Celebrity gardener Frances Tophill visited a Sunningdale school to celebrate the third anniversary of the opening of its pastoral hub. The star of BBC show 'Love Your Garden' visited Charters School, in Charters Road, on
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09:00 Wed 30 Jul 2014
c A church warden who was at the centre of life in her village for 30 years has died. Vicki Lipscombe, who would have been 70 this week, played a major role in the life of
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