Refurbishment In Henley Has Locals Seeing Double

Pub refurbishment of the Bull in Henley has finished after it underwent an extensive refurbishment. Found on Bell Street this Brakspear flagship pub is servicing the locals once again but this time with a “lighter and brighter” decor.  Some of the extensive changes include fresh wallpaper, new furniture, new sanded floors and new pictures to […]

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Woking’s famous Inventor Ken Wood’s 100th birthday anniversary marked by plans to unveil plaque

Ken Wood (1916-1997), made a fortune by producing the Kenwood Mixer, and launched his electrical equipment firm from a small lock-up in Goldsworth Road, Woking. Ever since then he has been a source of pride for the local community. An impressive blue plaque commemorating Ken Wood is due to be placed outside his former set-up […]

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Newbury’s Camp Hopson Reopening Looking Great Following The £3 Million refurbishing

The red ribbon has been cut, the giant scissors put back in the giant cupboard and our local MP Richard Benyon is back in his constituency office. The iconic Camp Hopson is fully reopened, following the £3 million pound refurbishment and is now boasting of 80 new brands. With the high volume of new jobs […]

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Thatcham’s Local Community Of Teen Rangers Receive Awards For Their Soaring Wildlife Work

Eagle eyed rangers have received the John Muir Discovery Awards last Wednesday.  These nationally recognised awards are bestowed to those who are invigorated and impassioned over wildlife and the local natural environment. 10 rangers aged from 12 to 16 years old took part in carrying out scrub control work at a local lake near Thatcham, […]

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The electrifying £24 million upgrade to Bicester that’s keeping our garden town blossoming

The bright lights of Bicester will be shining brighter than ever before, with one of the biggest projects being undertaken in southern England. Scottish and Southern Electricity networks are making £24 million pounds of upgrades to Bicester’s electricity networks. This is a crucial way of facilitating the exponential growth of Bicester’s residential and commercial property […]

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Mayor Opens New Cafe in Lightwater Country Park

Lightwater Country Park’s new cafe was officially opened by the Mayor of Surrey Heath, Councillor John Winterton, last week. The former visitor centre has been refurbished by Surrey Heath Borough Council into a cosy log cabin-style building offering a variety of Lavazza real coffees, other delicious hot and chilled drinks, hot paninis, freshly made sandwiches […]

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Chancellors in Wallingford Supports Choko Beer Festival

Chancellors Estate Agents in Wallingford is delighted to be supporting the Choko Beer Festival tomorrow, Saturday 24 September. Chancellors has helped to advertise the event by producing and distributing promotional leaflets throughout the local area. A great family day out, the event’s highlights include live music; games; puzzles; BBQ; a chance to sample local ale, […]

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HS2: An Update

Over three years on from our blog Chancellors Amersham – weighing up HS2, the debate about the controversial high speed rail link project, HS2, carries on. The initial plan is for a new line from London to Birmingham, with later extensions to Manchester and Leeds. Despite the Stop HS2 campaign group calling on the new […]

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Bracknell Regeneration: Opening Date is Set

Bracknell town centre’s long-awaited £240 million regeneration project, The Lexicon, is set to open in September 2017. New shops and restaurants will open to the public on 7 September 2017 along with the creation of around 3,500 new jobs. Read more about the plans, and which shops and restaurants will be part of the development, […]

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