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A man is in a serious condition in hospital after being dragged from a car and attacked by 12 men in Slough.
An FA Legends side beat a British Army team 4-2 at Reading's Madejski Stadium in a game to raise money for two military charities.
A councillor attends a meeting where Thames Valley's police and crime commissioner's use of a driver is discussed - dressed as a chauffeur.
New mountain bike trails are opened in a Berkshire forest in a bid to help protect wildlife.
A new wetland nature reserve by the River Kennet in Reading is officially opened.
A Christmas-themed attraction could be set up near the site of a bog in Berkshire after people complained about previous plans.
Mud and mayhem or sun and sangria?
Harry Potter players chase the snitch
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's game between West Ham and Reading in the Premier League.
Roy Hodgson's Football Legends team take on Army players at the Madejski Stadium to raise money for two military charities.
Scotland and London Irish centre Joe Ansbro is forced to retire from rugby following the neck break he suffered last summer.
Sunday Politics South looks back at the week's political headlines in 60 seconds.
As Samuel Beckett's short play Not I returns to the Royal Court for the first time in 40 years, actress Lisa Dwan explains how she performs one of theatre's most challenging roles at record speed.
Harry Potter fans dodged "bludgers" and "chased the snitch" as Hampshire's only Quidditch club played its first match on Saturday against Reading University.
A road being built ahead of a £300m redevelopment of Broadmoor Hospital is also hoped to unlock part of the land for housing.
Costa Coffee, High Street, Maidenhead, SL6 3JA
19 May 2013 10.30
An opportunity for you? Would you like the satisfaction of contributing to your local community? Would you like to make new friends? Have you any ideas for helping people in the local community and the surrounding area? Are you interested in professional networking? If you answer yes to any of these questions why not contact Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club today, together we can achieve anything. Come and join us for our regular, relaxed club meeting to find out what we've been up to and what's coming up. Friends and family, including children, are welcome at our meetings. Visit www.maidenheadbridgerotary.org.uk for more information or contact Lisa by email firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07876 341334
19 May 2013 09:00
On Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May 2013, join us for the second year of the Mortimer & Area Sports Weekend. Over the course of two days, sports clubs and organisations are offering free or reduced price taster sessions across a huge range of sports and activities. From pilates to sailing, from golf to family circuits, from adult tap dancing to archery, from bowling to football, there will be something for all ages and abilities. Try a few activities and you might qualify for a medal! Take part and find all the details in the Sports Passport for just Â£1! Available now from Budgens in Mortimer, Mortimer Post Office, Dadâ€™s Shop, Mortimer and the Willink Leisure Centre in Burghfield. For more information, visit http://www.mortimervillage.org.uk/modules/calendar_events/sportsweekend.htm
Trevelyan School, Windsor, SL$ 3LL
19 May 2013 10:30am
Â£15 per head
Our annual Crown and Tiara Walk is on Sunday 19th May. Open to all age groups and fitness levels, walkers can choose to follow a 7 mile or 13 mile route through Windsor and the picturesque Great Park. Weâ€™re hoping the summer will be with us and weâ€™d like to get all children, families and friends out into the fresh air, to come and celebrate life by joining us and raising money for those less fortunate than themselves. Everyone gets a T-shirt and a crown or tiara to walk in and we love it when people dress up so thereâ€™ll be a prize for the best fancy dress outfit. The theme is The 60th Anniversary of The Queenâ€™s Coronation. All participants can also enjoy Dominoes pizza once the walk is completed. Please encourage your friends and family to join us â€“ the more the merrier. For more information or to register please call 01344 622500
Dog n Duck Public House, Matthewsgreen Road, Emmbrook, WOKINGHAM, BERKSHIRE, RG41 1JT
21 May 2013 20:00
Join the Joel Park Residents for a lively review of their year with Guest Speakers Councillors Alastair Corrie and Keith Baker to discuss proposed transport improvements and Wokingham's Regeneration Refreshments will be served
Wilde Theatre, South Hill Park, Bracknell
21 May 2013 7:30pm
Tues Â£11, Wed-Thur Â£15 (Â£14), Fri-Sat evening Â£16, Sat mat Â£13 (Â£12) In the Russian village of Anatevka, Tevye the milkman and his wife Golde are struggling to bring up their family of five girls in the traditional Jewish way. But this is 1905 and times are changing. While the Tsar is stirring up anti-Jewish sentiment, Bolsheviks are plotting his own downfall. Back at home, Tevyeâ€™s strong-willed daughters would rather choose their own husbands â€“ however â€˜unsuitableâ€™ â€“ than have marriages arranged by the local matchmaker. This much loved show dramatically portrays life, laughter and love in the most difficult of times and features beautiful music with famous songs such as Matchmaker Matchmaker, If I Were a Rich Man and Sunrise Sunset. Group concessions of Â£1 per ticket for bookings of 10 or more tickets for the same performance
The Bear, 8-10 High Street, SL6 1QJ
23 May 2013 1930
Are you on Twitter / Facebook / Google+? Are you a social networker? Are you a local resident to Maidenhead? If you answered yes to any of the above questions then come along to our third Maidenhead Tweetup! For those of you who have never experienced a tweetup it is an event where people who Twitter come together to meet in person. Normally we connect with our friends online after we have met them. At a tweetup you meet the people you might only otherwise know virtually. Like finally putting a name to a face, a tweetup is a great opportunity to really connect with the people in your network and share just a little more than 140 characters at a time. Feel free to bring a friend but they need to register too as places are limited. There is no charge for attending and no drinks or refreshments will be provided, but there are plenty available at the bar! This is an event for over 18's only. If you are on Twitter - don't forget to share the news with others - before, during and after! Visit www.maidenheadbridgerotary.org.uk for more information or contact Lisa by email email@example.com or on 07876 341334