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Friday 27 November 2015 11:46 AM
Langley News
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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15:39 Wed 18 Nov 2015
police Witnesses are being asked to come forward after a woman was hit by a bin lorry in Langley yesterday afternoon. Police were called to Trelawney Avenue at about 1.45pm to reports of a pedestrian
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14:36 Sat 07 Nov 2015
Writer man Writer Stuart Montgomery from Slough has made the jump from publishing e-Books to paperbacks. The 64-year-old, of Hempson Avenue, has published a walking guide for the town, a collection of articles relating to Nordic skiing
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13:00 Sat 31 Oct 2015
Fun times Families enjoyed a range of activities at an open day at Langley Fire Station in Slough on Monday. The doors to the station in London Road were open from 11am until 4pm and children of
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13:09 Tue 24 Nov 2015
HSE A drainage company which was based in Langley has been fined £60,000 after one of its workers was seriously injured when an unsafe excavation collapsed. Michael Simpkins, 42, from Oxshott, Surrey, sustained multiple fractures
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09:00 Sun 15 Nov 2015
STEM A new science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) centre for construction and engineering was opened at East Berkshire College's Langley campus on Tuesday. Designer and entrepreneur Wayne Hemingway and the Mayor of Slough, Cllr Mohammed
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12:03 Sun 01 Nov 2015
golf An amateur golfer from Langley narrowly missed out on an expenses-paid trip of a lifetime to Morocco at the UK regional singles final of the 2015 Morocco Matchplay. Tony Curtis, 50, a member of Lambourne
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13:13 Sat 10 Oct 2015
A plane lands at Heathrow Airport The environmental impact of a third runway at Heathrow Airport dominated the latest Langley Neighbourhood Forum on Tuesday. After a short speech, which addressed the issue along with several others including the possible relocation of
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