When people think of Slough they usually think of two things: 'Come, friendly bombs, and fall on Slough' and The Office.
An anonymous post on the website ilivehere.co.uk dubbed the borough, 'the toilet of Berkshire' and last week Royal Borough councillor Jesse Grey suggested anyone who did not wish to live in the Windsor or Maidenhead could 'always move
Zumba and classical music provided the backdrop for a 'Charitycise' fun day held at Langley Leisure Centre yesterday (Sunday).
Between 20 and 25 people took part in numerous sessions from 11.45am until around 2pm.
Women from across Slough are being invited to celebrate their achievements and share their experiences as part of International Women's Day.
Thames Valley Police has organised the event on Saturday, March 7, which will include
Parking at Wexham Park Hospital is set to become easier after plans to create an extra 569 spaces were approved by Slough Borough Council.
The application was put forward by the Frimley Health NHS Foundation
A university student is hoping to break the stereotypes surrounding beauty pageants by being crowned Miss London 2015.
Simran Chard, of Palmers Moor Lane, Iver, decided to apply for the competition in December after she
A national competition to get children more active by walking or riding to and from school has been launched and Cippenham pupils are among those taking part.
Cippenham Infant School, in Dennis Way, is one
A couple have been refused a two-bedroom house because they do not have children - but they say sharing a room is against their religious beliefs.
Vicky Matthews, 23 and her partner, Matthew O'Brien, 25,