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Get planting this Centenary

The Royal British Legion is calling on the public to plant a living legacy for those who fought and died in the First World War as part of its Centenary commemorations.

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The Blue Plaque recording Elgar's association with Long White Cloud

Edward Elgar’s Bray escape on market

One of Bray’s most historic homes, visited by people whose names are now intrinsically linked to British culture and the arts, is to be sold.

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Her Majesty the Queen arrives at Ascot with HRH Prince Philip and grandson Prince Harry

Royal Ascot sparkles in the sunshine

The sensational hats and fashion styles competed as usual with the glamour of the ceremonial side of the Royal meeting (it even failed to rain on Ladies Day), and the stricter dress code meant we were spared some of the more flesh-bearing outlandish outfits.

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Young participants in the Woodley Carnival parade

Best things about visiting and living in Woodley

With its rich aviation history, vibrant shopping hub and good transport links, Woodley is a town that punches above its weight, says resident Jack Fowler

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*VIDEO* Great Grooms antique dealers ‘Get Happy’ to raise money for Mary Hare School for Deaf Children and Young People

In conjunction with the Rotary Club of Hungerford and their preferred Charity for 2014-15 Great Grooms Antique Centre are hoping to help raise funds for this

most worthy Charity.

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Bucks New University graduate Naomi Tuffery has launched Tuff Love

Big things predicted for Buckinghamshire New University textiles graduate

We’re predicting big things for Chalfont St Peter’s Naomi Tuffery who at 23 has set up her own company selling printed scarves and tops.

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Adam Henson on how a little expert knowledge can help communication

Every week more than a million people listen to ‘Farming Today’. The early morning dip into the world of agriculture and rural affairs has been running on BBC Radio in one form or another (and under various names) since the 1930s.

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Mayor Suzanne Brown and Peter Land

Marlow residents honoured

There were some surprised – but delighted – recipients of awards when Marlow’s Mayor Suzanne Brown held her annual reception in Court Garden House during the town’s Regatta weekend.

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