Family charity boss awarded OBE

The head of a Berkshire charity is awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours for her services to families and children.

Police urge drinkers to stay safe

Thames Valley Police uses its page on the social networking site Facebook to remind revellers to stay safe on New Year’s Eve.

Free ride home on New Year’s Eve

A free New Year’s Eve night bus service is operating on major routes in Reading to help people return home safely.

Employers’ illegal staff warning

A crackdown on illegal workers in a Berkshire town will continue into the new year, immigration chiefs warn.

Library lends energy monitor

Members of a Berkshire library are given the chance to borrow a home energy monitor to help keep an eye on electricity use.

Residents given burglary advice

Householders in Berkshire are given advice on how to avoid being burgled during the Christmas holidays.

Appeal to re-home retired horses

A charity is urgently appealing for people in the Thames Valley to re-home retired horses whose owners are struggling financially.

Abuse victims perform pantomime

A group of women who suffered domestic abuse or mental illness put on their own pantomime based on their experiences.

Revamped pool reopened

A swimming attraction in Slough reopens after an eight-week revamp programme which saw mosaic “sea” floor put in.

Revamped pool reopened

A swimming attraction in Bracknell reopens after an eight-week revamp programme which saw mosaic “sea” floor put in.

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