In this week's Bracknell News (May 1 edition)

Published: 1 May 2014 10:300 comments

A brave five-year-old loses her battle with cancer days after picking up the Child Of Courage award at the Pride Of Bracknell Awards, the public will be consulted over plans to scrap retained firefighters in Bracknell and a fantastic eight-page pullout covering the Pride Of Bracknell Awards last Friday.

In this week's News (May 1 edition):

- FREE eight-page pullout of the Pride Of Bracknell Awards, featuring interviews with all the winners and runner-ups

- Brave five-year-old Hollie Oxenham lost her battle with cancer, just days after winning the Child Of Courage award at the Pride Of Bracknell Awards

- Plans to scrap the use of retained firefighters in Bracknell are set to be put out to public consultation

- Wokingham May Fayre set to start off cultural month in the town

- A manager at technology 3M says he will be glad to see the back of Winchester House - its former home

- Residents back Broadmoor Hospital plans

- Green light is given by Bracknell Forest Council to revamp Bracknell bus station

- 10 action-packed pages of sport

- Property, family announcements, motoring, jobs and much, much more!

For all these stories and much, much more, pick up a copy of today's Bracknell News. Out now, only 70p!

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