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Friday 29 May 2015 11:03 AM
Taplow News
09:30 Sun 24 May 2015
Cliff Jones A five-year project which came about following a blog post has made Cliff Jones a debut novelist. The digital product manager and former journalist has just published the fictional book Water Runs Slow Through Flat
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17:26 Wed 20 May 2015
Fire Firefighters were called to a crash involving three cars in Bath Road in Taplow this afternoon. One crew from Maidenhead and one from Reading attended the crash, which happened at about 3.50pm. Firefighters released
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16:00 Tue 19 May 2015
tvap Builders, painters and roofers swarmed on Thames Valley Adventure Playground on Friday (May 15) to give the site a revamp. Building company Wates took time off its project to build new flats in Kidwells Close
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11:00 Sat 16 May 2015
Spring Walkers young and old defied blustery conditions on Saturday to take part in a Spring Walk Challenge to raise money for the Thames Valley Adventure Playground. More than 100 people took part in the event
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16:30 Fri 22 May 2015
police small A New Holland TC45 tractor was stolen from Institute Road in Taplow. The blue tractor was taken between 10am on May 16 and 10am on May 18. Police are appealing for those with information to
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10:17 Wed 20 May 2015
Taplow Parish Council chairman George Sandy Councillor George Sandy has been elected to remain as chairman of Taplow Parish Council for another term. At the annual meeting of the council yesterday (Tuesday), the councillors voted to keep Cllr Sandy and Cllr
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13:20 Mon 18 May 2015
Professor Moon and Daisy Large, five. The illustrious past of Cliveden House was brought to life as the estate hosted Nancy Astor's birthday party. Costumed performers from the Cliveden Set became historical house guests as they mixed and mingled with visitors
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13:30 Thu 30 Apr 2015
The street view plan of how the cottages could look Plans for a development of 17 new homes 'for the community of Taplow' has been submitted to South Bucks District Council. The 12 affordable homes and five private homes in a group to be called
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