Monthly Archives: July 2011

Talents you never knew you had

              This week a chance for Twyford-based professional speaker Jim Ewan to explain how he is living proof that you may have talents you don’t know about. (A talent we both lack is how … Continue reading

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Down the Thames

The plan to bulldoze Thames Tower and replace it with bigger, newer empty offices,(http://www.getreading.co.uk/news/s/2096656_thames_tower_in_line_for_demolition) has prompted Cllr Tony Page to urge developers to work alongside the Station Hill developers and make sure the two schemes work together. When Sackville owned … Continue reading

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Flat market

              The lastest alleged 1% increase in house prices seemed to be met with nothing more than a few sighs. Little wonder. Any report whether by the Halifax, Nationwide or anyone else indicates nothing. … Continue reading

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Turning a profit

When the wind turbine was first installed at Green Park, the press releases told us what a great contribution it would make to the environment. But as protesters fought (so far successfully) the plans for four turbines at Rushey Mead, … Continue reading

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Off their trolley

A bizarre mix of old and new awaited shoppers on Saturday. In Broad Street trolleybuses were admired my hundreds of people as a promotion for an open day on Sunday. Go into the Oracle and even bigger crowds were rushing … Continue reading

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