Monthly Archives: September 2012

King’s ransom

The row over parking charges at King’s Meadow represents an obvious problem with the way businesses and councils and even governments tackle recession. The council and NCP have decided to make harsh new charges at a small car park that … Continue reading

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Hungry for business

Hidden behind the roadworks in Vastern Road (and just visible in this picture) is the I’m Soo Hungry cafe but what immediate future can it have amid the current chaos? Vastern Road is about a month into nine months of … Continue reading

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Charity becomes less of a lottery

In the week the Reading Post launches its Wish campaign in which clubs, groups and charities compete to collect the most tokens to get a share of a pot of cash, more evidence of charitable competition emerges. Like the Community … Continue reading

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Sunday service

You won’t find the subject of a local church high on the agenda of  many business conferences. But modern day churches are springing up in a number of industrial locations and this one, advertised on the former Hilliers building in … Continue reading

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