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Convenience store owners who have served Clewer for more than 20 years move on two years after Tesco opens opposite their store

30 Jan 2015 13:30 • Daniel Whiteway

CONVENIENCE store owners who have served their community for more than 20 years have shut up shop just two years after a Tesco Express store opened opposite their business.

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Village church packed to the rafters as Wraysbury bids final goodbye to its Daisy

30 Jan 2015 11:30 • Francis Batt

A 79-YEAR-OLD man travelled across the world this week to say a final goodbye to the beloved nanny who looked after him and his family as wartime bombs threatened them.

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Tempers flare at behind closed doors meeting over Broadway project

30 Jan 2015 09:30 • Daniel Whiteway

TEMPERS frayed at a behind closed doors meeting to discuss a key project to regenerate the centre of Maidenhead.

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Legendary headteacher to stand down in the summer after 22 years in charge of her school

30 Jan 2015 07:30 • Francis Batt

A HEADTEACHER who has guided her school through 22 years of political and social change is standing down this summer.

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Freemasons of Berkshire to throw open the doors of their Windsor hall on Saturday to bust myths

29 Jan 2015 15:30 • Francis Batt

THE Freemasons of Berkshire are throwing open the doors of their Windsor hall this weekend – and everyone is welcome.

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Windsor FC boss Mick Woodham bemoans under par display against Farnham Town

30 Jan 2015 12:30 • Rob Stevens

MICK Woodham admits that Windsor FC have only got themselves to blame for the 4–2 defeat against Farnham Town on Saturday.

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Slough Town FC 'not at the races' in defeat to Poole Town

26 Jan 2015 13:26 • Rob Stevens

SLOUGH Town FC suffered their heaviest defeat of the season after a 4-0 home loss to Poole Town on Saturday.

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Continuity is the key to Windsor RFC success

23 Jan 2015 17:00 • Rob Stevens

WINDSOR RFC head coach Paul Britton believes that confidence and understanding has been the key to their push for promotion.

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John Hilton bags a hat-trick at Windsor RFC buzz past Leighton Buzzard

20 Jan 2015 17:06 • Rob Stevens

WINDSOR RFC kept up the pressure in the race for promotion with a 27-21 away win at Leighton Buzzard on Saturday.

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IF, like me, you were gripped to Alun Cochrane’s Fun House series for Radio 4 then you will already think you know all you really need to know about him.

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First night review: Twelve Angry Men

28 Jan 2015 09:30

THE enduring power of this show was richly illustrated by the success of last year’s West End revival which arrived in Windsor this week.

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27 Jan 2015 09:30

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