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Friday 27 November 2015 10:36 PM

As National HIV Testing Week begins, it may shock some to learn that the prevalence of HIV is higher in Slough than it is in Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Bristol, Birmingham and some parts of London. In the coutry, it is ranked the sixth highest for the number of people living with the virus. And yet, Thames Valley Positive Support, a Slough-based

17:07 Tue 24 Nov 2015
Take Over As part of the National Takeover Day programme students from The Langley Academy in Slough took over the River and Rowing Museum in Henley. The year nine students worked as curators, marketing managers and audience
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07:55 Wed 25 Nov 2015
Vigil A candlelit vigil was organised by the Slough Conservatives to remember the victims of the Paris terror attacks. Held at the Pakistani Welfare Association (PWA) in Darvils Lane, the event on Sunday was organised with
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09:23 Tue 13 Oct 2015
funday Fun and games were had at a family fun day held at St Mary's Church Wexham. Organised by Meet & Mingle, the event in Church Lane boasted 24 food stalls, perfumes, make-up, henna and healthy
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15:22 Sat 24 Oct 2015
National Grid Iver Environment Centre in Slough celebrated it's silver anniversary last week. National Grid, which owns the land the centre is on, joined charity Groundwork South, which runs it on Wednesday, October 14. Since the centre
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15:06 Fri 06 Nov 2015
foodbank About 51kgs of food was donated by Cippenham Nursery to Slough Foodbank on Wednesday. The children from the school in St Andrew's Way collected the food as part of its harvest festival celebrations. The food
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09:16 Mon 23 Nov 2015
police-cordon Staff at a store in Slough were threatened with weapons which appeared to be a handgun and a chisel during an armed robbery. At around 9.10pm on Friday, two men, who wore hoodies and
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