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Memories from D Day 2019 Previous Next The Fair Close Centre was opened by the Queen Mother in November 1967 and in 2017, they celebrated 50 years of continuous service to the senior citizens of West Berkshire. Their aim has always been to enrich the lives of older people by providing a place to go …
Paul Presents: The Entertainment World with Tony Christian Wimbush. Tony is currently a presenter with Radio Kennet with his Sounds of the Sixties Jazz and Soul Music and Memories. He describes his early days with Radio Luxembourg, to working with Jaeger and hotel chains.
Margo was voted Deputy Mayor in 2017, before being elected as Mayor in 2018. In this interview she talks about what it was like to be the Mayor and the memories she has.
Fiona Price is the Chief Executive of Age UK (Berkshire). They believe that everyone can love later life - and help by inspiring, supporting and enabling in a number of ways- giving advice, hep at home, befriending and providing activities.
Beth Asbury is the Assistant Archaeologist at The Historic Environment Record (HER) at West Berkshire Council
The Rock Choir is much more than a choir - it's a multi layered singing experience. The power of music, meeting new friends and performing at life changing events, together contribute to an emotional and powerful journey for our members.
RICHARD LITTLEDALE is an author, preacher, pastor, BBC broadcaster and, above all, a highly skilled communicator, innovator and expert storyteller. 26,000 people read his regular blog.
Diana Pattenden is a sculptor, based in Newbury, Berkshire, UK, creating limited edition pieces and commissions in bronze, resin and ceramics. Discover how a bronze sculpture goes from conception to completion.
Richard Benyon discusses Climate Change