Lots of flood pictures in this week's News (January 9 edition)

Published: 9 Jan 2014 09:30

FLOODING has caused problems for residents, businesses and motorists over the past week - and we have a floods picture special in this week's News, on sale now. We report on how a group of residents managed to prevent their homes being under water by using their own pumps.

Also this week, the headteacher of Birch Hill Primary tells us he is disappointed by its Ofsted grading of 'requires improvement', which he believes does not reflect the school's achievements.

Although plans have been submitted to knock down the former 3M building, the c council's regeneration chief insists there is 'no done deal' over the future of Bracknell Market.

For more on these stories - and more - pick up a copy of the Bracknell News, on sale now, price 70p.

Also this week:

- Doctor Who star set to appear in Bracknell production

- Bracknell darts fan's moment of TV fame

- Options for Education section

- Sandhurst School pupils plan charity mission to Rwanda

- Memorial service remembers tragic RAF Bomber crew

- Bracknell and Wokingham among best-performing economic areas in UK

- Pictures from Sunninghill Wheelbarrow Race-

- Frustrated Bracknell Bees boss hopes to attract new signings

- 8 pages of sport

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