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Posted on: 17 Feb 2011

October 2010: Reading's first book group? - Lifelong learning in Victorian Reading and Newbury - Wargrave: a parish reading room - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 52

Posted on: 17 Jul 2010

July 2010: Gap travel in the 18th century - Wartime harvest holidays - Flying to Paris, 1935 - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 51

Posted on: 17 Apr 2010

April 2010: Civil War special - Wallingford Castle surrendered - Soldiers' graves - Who's the traitor? - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 50

Posted on: 17 Jan 2010

January 2010: Tudor and Stuart Berkshire through wills and probate - Glimpses of real people - New to the archives


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