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Local Football News – Hungerford Town FC & Lambourn Sports FC

The latest news from our local football teams.  With pre-season training and friendly matches underway for our local football teams here’s the latest news for Hungerford Town FC and Lambourn Sports FC Hungerford Town FC New Manager Danny Robinson has made a great start in charge of The Crusaders with 3 victories and a draw …

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Watermill Theatre raises £44,653 on Double Matched Day(from Greenham Trust)

Message from the Watermill Theatre: Thank you so much to everyone who supported us on Double Matched Day; you helped to raise a staggering £44,653 for The Watermill Theatre on The Good Exchange. It is just amazing to have such a generous and passionate community supporting the theatre and helping to get The Watermill back …

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Greenham Control Tower Re-opening

You don’t have to walk far along the Kennet and Avon Canal before encountering one of the many concrete pillboxes positioned along its north bank. Why are there so many and what was their purpose? Once upon a time you would have seen a set of dragon’s teeth in Victoria Park. How might they have …

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Sovereign launches ‘heart of my world’ photography competition

  4LEGS Radio sponsor Sovereign Housing Association has launched a photography competition to try and lift people’s spirits during coronavirus lockdown. With the theme ‘Heart of my World’, the competition aims to inspire people to have fun by sharing their creativity through the medium of photography, with three age categories and a prize of £150 …

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Your help is needed to prevent treated sewage entering the River Lambourn

The River Lambourn near Weston could be in danger of receiving treated sewage unless the community acts quickly. West Berks Council have the opportunity to approve revised plans that would see treated sewage being taken to the mains for phosphate removal rather than allowing treated sewage to leach into the river. These plans require a …

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