In this week's Bracknell News (March 20 edition)

Published: 20 Mar 2014 10:300 comments

RESIDENTS demand late-night buses to be introduced to help Bracknell flourish during regeneration, plans to serve alcohol at a Bracknell petrol station until 2am have been met with a mixed reaction and reaction to Wokingham being named as one of the best places to live in the UK. For these stories and more, pick up a copy of the News, on sale now, priced 70p.

Also in this week's News (March 20 edition, priced 70p):

- A mum who contracted scarlet fever along with her five-year-old son burst into tears after initially not knowing the cause of the rash

- 91-year-old man is the victim of a distraction burglary

- A Bracknell secondary school is celebrating receiving more than £100,000 in lottery funding

- Ex-Reading FC defender is honoured to host Pride Of Bracknell Awards for second year running

- Nine out of 10 youngsters are happy with life in Bracknell Forest

- Picture special from the Bracknell & Wokingham Cats Protection spring fair in Winkfield

- 10 action-packed pages of sport

- Property, family announcements, classified, motors, jobs and much more!

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