01:25PM, Wednesday 04 May 2016
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Magpies manager Alan Devonshire wants to guide the club into the National League Premier, adding that he hasn’t returned simply to pass away the time.
Devonshire watched on as the Magpies rounded off an encouraging first season at the helm with a 2-2 draw against Concord Rangers this afternoon.
A campaign to save Poundfield in Cookham received a visit from Theresa May MP during a demonstration on Saturday.
The Home Secretary spoke to organisers and some of the dozens of residents who turned out to show their support.
A playground hobby that was never outgrown has inspired a football sticker collector from Maidenhead to set up a ‘swap shop’ for like-minded people – of any age.
Pete Dunsford is collecting the Euro 2016 Panini stickers ahead of the international tournament this summer.
A popular butcher’s shop has started a new era after taking on a new name.
After five years behind the counter at Macey’s Organic Butcher’s, boss Ged Cowdery has put his name over the door. He was handed the keys and the cleaver by the store’s namesake, Keith Macey, in 2011.
Heston Blumenthal’s The Crown has been named as the best pub in Berkshire in the National Pub and Bar Awards.
A total of 94 pubs from across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have been selected as best in their area and now have the chance to be named as the best in their region.
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