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Friday 21 November 2014 11:46 PM
Taplow News
16:20 Thu 20 Nov 2014
William James, 44, of no fixed abode A 44-year-old bogus builder who tried to con a Taplow pensioner out of £5,000 has been jailed for four years. William James, of no fixed address, admitted a charge of fraud by false representation
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11:44 Tue 18 Nov 2014
Taplow Train Station All stations on the £14.8bn Crossrail line will now be 'step free' the Government has announced. Langley, Taplow and Iver stations were the only stations not scheduled to have the easy access for passengers
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13:04 Sun 09 Nov 2014
Joseph Loudon presents his portrait to the Mayor Grabbing an opportunity when it presents itself proved a great decision for photographer Joseph Loudon at a recent Grassroots Enterprise event. On Thursday, October 16, Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Richard Kellaway, attended one
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16:01 Thu 06 Nov 2014
police-cordon A 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with offences which were reported in Taplow on Saturday night. The teenager from Thatcham was arrested on suspicion of two robberies, an attempted robbery and two counts
08:05 Thu 20 Nov 2014
The developers say the new design is more 'elegant' The developer behind plans to transform the Mill Lane area into housing has redesigned the footbridge it hopes to build over the Thames. Berkley Homes held consultations between April and July to ask the public
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14:20 Mon 17 Nov 2014
£1million Hedsor House refurbishment to provide accomodation for guests Award-winning venue Hedsor House is undergoing a £1million refurbishment to provide accomodation for guests. The Georgian mansion in Hedsor Park, Taplow, will have up to 13 new bedrooms created and available for clients next year.
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12:30 Fri 07 Nov 2014
Police Five people have been arrested in connection with fraudulent card use at Taplow Sainsbury's. Alleged attempts to make payments with stolen cards took place on Wednesday, October 29, Damian Stawarski, 27, of no fixed abode
13:48 Wed 05 Nov 2014
Myles with his winning design The winner of a First World War centenary competition set by Tesco in Taplow has been chosen. The supermarket at the Bishop Centre set local primary schools the challenge of getting creative and designing posters.
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