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Welcome! You're viewing the online version of RG10 magazine, serving the area in and around Twyford in Berkshire - including Ruscombe, Charvil, Hurst, Wargrave and Knowl Hill. Our online Local News and What's On pages are updated regularly, so please visit us again soon. We enjoy receiving feedback from our readers and advertisers, so feel free to contact us.  
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The magazine is published bimonthly in six editions a year - ie Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/Jun, Jul/Aug, Sep/Oct and Nov/Dec. 
May/Jun 2016: So much to report, so little space...

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What a busy time of year this is! The May Bank Holiday weekend kicks off with the wonderful Henley Arts Trail and the Twyford Wildlife Safari, we’re nearing the end of the TVP Photography Competition and TwyFest is just around the corner (I can’t wait: this year we’re sponsoring Elsie Crumpet’s Bingo Bongo on 2 June, which is sure to be hilarious!)

I don’t have room to say more on TwyFest other than: get on the website, get your tickets, enjoy the new family events and have a fun fortnight through all the shows, sports, Donkey Derby, Twyford Beer Festival and more! This year running alongside TwyFest is a silent auction for local charitiesIt’s Dementia Awareness Week in mid May and as you will see, a lot is going on to raise awareness locally. One fun idea this year is the family friendly Great Memory Bake Off

The Italian market is back at the end of May – yippee and yum – and Twyford is looking pretty as the village enters its first Chiltern and Thames Valley in Bloom contest. And Hare Hatch Sheeplands are encouraging everyone to get involved via their front gardens competition!

Meanwhile in Hurst it’s all hands on deck preparing for the best show and country fair for miles around in late June, followed by the horticultural show in August.

Do read the article on this issue’s chosen charity Daisy’s Dream, an amazing organisation that makes a huge difference to families across the area coming to terms
with the loss of a loved one.

I was lucky enough recently to be shown around the new development behind Bridge House care home: highly recommended for anyone looking for a top quality retirement cottage or residential care in a tranquil location close to village amenities.

You’ll spot two new items in this issue: a column from Thames Valley Police, who are keen to open up new channels of communication with the public – something to be welcomed – and Nikkipedia! A snippet of something informative but hopefully fun each time. I start by flagging up the Women’s Golf County Match Week to be hosted up the road at Temple Golf Club in June. (I am involved as a helper, so if you come along do say hello.)




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RG10 publishes 10 editions per year of a free magazine with a print run of up to 4000. Copies are delivered to homes and businesses in Twyford and Ruscombe, placed in public spaces including Hurst, Charvil, Hare Hatch and Knowl Hill, and mailed to advertisers and interested parties.

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