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Friday 29 April 2016 4:49 PM
Taplow News
09:00 Fri 29 Apr 2016
Angela The owner of a bed and breakfast has hit out at developers over roadworks which have stopped her turning right from her property. Angela Staszewski, who has run the Bridge Cottage Lodge for 26 years
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13:40 Tue 26 Apr 2016
Skindles The first steel frameworks for new homes have gone up where the Skindles Hotel once stood in Mill Lane. The Berkeley Homes redevelopment of the area has made quick progress since planning permission was given
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13:45 Fri 22 Apr 2016
Church warden Phil Taylor thanks the community for their help Repairs to the north side of St Nicolas Church have been completed thanks to the support of the community. The century-old church in High Street had works costing £84,000 to replace the lower roof,
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11:00 Sat 16 Apr 2016
Advertiser chief photographer Matthew Phillips and TVAP fundraising manager Nicky Hutchinson One of Thames Valley Adventure Playground's biggest fundraisers is returning next month. The Spring Walk is an annual event with supporters of the Bath Road-based playground being sponsored to walk either a five, 10 or
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16:30 Thu 28 Apr 2016
The last Race to the Church took place to celebrate the Royal Wedding An 'out of the ordinary' event is being put on to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday in Taplow. The Race to the Church will see 30 go-karts hurtle down the High Street towards St Nicolas
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15:00 Sun 24 Apr 2016
General director Robert Harrap A buddhist leader's ideas on how the world's populations can live together more peacefully are being presented to the public at an open meeting at Taplow Court next week. Daisako Ikeda, president of the Buddhist
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13:00 Sun 17 Apr 2016
Taplow village An application to become a designated Neighbourhood Area with the intention to develop a Neighbourhood Plan has been made by Taplow Parish Council. In the council's supporting statement with the application to South Bucks District
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10:00 Thu 31 Mar 2016
Record numbers of visitors came to Cliveden on Good Friday. Photo: Jodie Humphries Cliveden's gates were closed to visitors for the first time in a decade on Good Friday as an unprecedented number of people flooded into the National Trust estate. Queues of cars lined Cliveden Road trailing
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