Monthly Archives: June 2013

Bad sign

These new electronic signs are doubtless a step forward but isn’t there something slightly wrong with one you can’t see for leaves? This one next to Reading Bridge is visible to motorists only as they get close. Yet in the … Continue reading

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Queen’s town

The patchwork quilt that is Queen’s Walk could finally get a spruce up thanks to a planning application to turn Yell House into 110 flats. Developer Ivypark will put trees and benches on this neglected walkway ahead of the proposed … Continue reading

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Get getreading

The new look getreading site was revealed last week with a clear indication of the way sites are going. At first glance the most noticeable thing is the size and number of pictures. Small, big, narrow, wide and many which … Continue reading

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Office move

Once you built offices and let them out. Now it’s a constantly moving industry. Regus has now created drop in offices at Membury services in a sign of the non-stop changing nature of business space. Now you have to compete … Continue reading

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Free style

A series of craft stalls, a few kids attractions and low priced cream teas. You might expect to pay £5 or so to get in but for once, this was an event that was free. But were the hordes marching … Continue reading

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