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Thames Valley Police come to Gregg’s on 2 October

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team are holding a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 2 October at 11.00am at Gregg’s Bakers on Whitley Street.

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What’s happening in Katesgrove and Whitley from 2 September

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Thames Valley Police come to Gregg’s on 4 September

Drawing of the old Wellington Arms (now Greggs) on Whitley Street, by Huma Jehan.

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 4 September at 11.00am at Gregg’s Bakers on Whitley Street .

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Planning applications in south Reading for the week ending 17 August

29 Whitley Street in April 2019

There were 17 new planning applications in south Reading this week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Thames Valley Police come to Whitley Street Greggs on 31 July

Greggs, Whitley Street

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 31 July at 11.00am at Greggs on Whitley Street.

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Planning applications in south Reading for the week ending 20 July

There were 17 new planning applications in south Reading this week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Thames Valley Police come to Greggs on Whitley Street on 1 July

Greggs, Whitley Street

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Monday 1 July at 11.00am at Greggs on Whitley Street .

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Thames Valley Police come to the Whitley Street Greggs on 3 June

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Monday 3 June at 11.00am at Greggs bakery on Whitley Street.

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St Augustine’s Conduit House in Canterbury

St Augustine’s conduit house

The conduit house which supplied water to St Augustine’s Abbey should have been the first stop on the Whitley Pump tour of Canterbury, but there were so many other attractions and we almost didn’t find it.

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Thames Valley Police come to Greggs on Whitley Street on 1 May

Greggs is open

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 1 May at 11.00am at Greggs, Whitley Street.

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Whitley Street Greggs is open!

Greggs is open

Greggs on the ground floor of the ex-Wellington Arms public house on Whitley Street opened on Saturday 30 March.

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Planning applications in Katesgrove and Redlands wards for the week ending 16 March

There were four new planning applications for Katesgrove and Redlands wards this week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Happy new year from the Whitley Pump!

A new year’s Whitley Pump (Huma Jehan)

A happy new year to all in Katesgrove, Whitley, Church and Redlands, in Reading!

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20 December – Katesgrove Community Noticeboard

The display in the Katesgrove community noticeboard by the bus stop on Whitley Street has been refreshed and tidied up.

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12 December – Age UK on Whitley Street

Age UK’s shop on Whitley Street has a festive window display of Xmas jumpers and other Xmas paraphernalia. Look no further for something to wear on Christmas Jumper Day this Friday.

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Planning applications in south Reading during the week ending 17 November

These planning applications may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Diwali at the Reading Hindu Temple

Pictures by Huma Jehan.

Dancers waiting to perform

The Reading Hindu Temple on Whitley Street held their annual Diwali cultural programme on Sunday 11 November. Katesgrove artist Huma Jehan went along to draw what happened at this lively and colourful event.

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Planning applications in south Reading during the week ending 10 November

These planning applications may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Ode to old pubs

The old Wellington Arms (Huma Jehan)

The new occupier of the Wellington Arms on Whitley Street has been announced; it will be Greggs the bakers. The news has moved a neighbour to pen a wistful ode.

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Planning applications in south Reading during the week ending 20 October

These planning applications may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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