Tickets  can be booked at www.ticketsource.co.uk/spotlightsmusicaltheatregroup  

Showcasing music that has debuted on the silver screen in Hollywood and ended up on the boards of Broadway, or perhaps the other way round!

Powerful arias, ballads, uplifting choral numbers - your favourites from the wonderful world of Musical Theatre.

Including among others, songs from My Fair Lady, Lion King, Wizard of Oz, Oliver!, Grease, Fame, Les Miserables, Carousel - sounds to melt your heart and make your spirit soar.

Directed Musically by the virtuoso Ms Serena Kay, accompanied as ever by our much loved recital pianist Jo Miller-Shepherd and Produced by Megan Crocker.

An evening of fun awaits!

 

Showcasing music that has debuted on the silver screen in Hollywood and ended up on the boards of Broadway, or perhaps the other way round!

Powerful arias, ballads, uplifting choral numbers - your favourites from the wonderful world of Musical Theatre.

Including among others, songs from My Fair Lady, Lion King, Wizard of Oz, Oliver!, Grease, Fame, Les Miserables, Carousel - sounds to melt your heart and make your spirit soar.

Directed Musically by the virtuoso Ms Serena Kay, accompanied as ever by our much loved recital pianist Jo Miller-Shepherd and Produced by Megan Crocker.

An evening of fun awaits!

 

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You can expect much more than just exciting Flat racing on the opening day of the Autumn Racing Weekend featuring the Ascot Beer Festival.

Alongside the Listed LondonMetric Noel Murless Stakes, which is run over a mile and six furlongs, you’ll be able to sip on an array of more than 280 real ales, ciders and perries.

The Beer Festival continues on Saturday alongside the running of the UK’s joint most valuable seven-furlong handicap, the Totescoop6 Challenge Cup

ASCOT’S CAMRA BEER FESTIVAL IS BACK FOR THE TENTH YEAR - SERVING UP UNMISSABLE FLAT RACING AND THIRST QUENCHING ALES, CIDERS AND PERRIES

  • THE TWO DAY BEER FESTIVAL RETURNS TO ASCOT WITH MORE THAN 280 REAL ALES, CIDERS AND PERRIES AVALAIBLE TO SAMPLE
  • OKTOBERFEST COMES TO ASCOT WITH THE FURLONG CLUB BEING TRANSFORMED INTO A GERMAN BEER HALL
  • ON THE TRACK, BRITAIN’S JOINT MOST VALUABLE SEVEN FURLONG HANDICAP, THE TOTEPOOL CHALLENGE CUP, TAKES PLACE

Friday 30th September – Saturday 1st October 2016

The Ascot CAMRA Beer Festival returns to Ascot Racecourse this year and will take place as part of the Autumn Racing Weekend on Friday 30th September and Saturday 1st October. Racegoers are guaranteed a memorable afternoon of Flat racing combined with the opportunity to sample more than 280 deliciously different ales, ciders and perries.

New to the raceday this year is the arrival of the Ascot Bier Haus. Inspired by Munich’s legendary Oktoberfest, the Furlong Club towards the east end of the Grandstand will be transformed in Ascot’s very own beer house, serving up German beer, steins, German sausages, ham hock, live music and more.

Among the 250 beers and 30 ciders and ales available to buy, racegoers can find local favourites from Berkshire and Hampshire, as well as producers from further afield including Yorkshire, Lancashire and Shropshire. 

Read more: Ascot | Autumn Weekend Racing & Beer Festival | September 30th & October 1st

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The 2016 Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre will be on Sunday November 20th 2016.  Anyone who would like to book a stall should contact Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council by the end of September.

Watch this space for more information. CLICK ON THIS LINK for photos of past Fayre

Read more: Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre | November 20th

The Ascot & District Day Centre in Sunninghill recently celebrated the opening of its lovely new garden with a Benefactor Afternoon Tea. A superb array of cakes - including a beautiful birthday cake - were provided by Coworth Park Hotel. Pictured above is Mrs. June Martin OBE (President of the Day Centre), cutting the cake, provided by Sales Manager at Coworth Park - Samantha Pinder-White (also pictured)

Read more: Ascot Day Centre Celebrates Garden Opening With Coworth Park Cakes

The Ascot Horticultural Society Autumn Show was held be on September 3rd, 2015 at Carnation Hall, Chavey Down Road, Winkfield, near Ascot. A very tasty array of fruit, vegetables , flowers and produce, was on display. For more information about the AHS visit www.ascothorticulturalsociety.org.uk

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Read more: Ascot Horticultural Society | Victorious Veg at Autumn Show

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Pictured: Alex Bennett, Intermediate Runner Up, and Charlotte Gayton, Intermediate Special Mention, receiving their Certificates and Trophies from Rotary President Andrew!

 Rotary President Andrew, President Elect Hugo and Schools Coordinator Rtn Tony went to the Marist School this morning to award Certificates and Trophies to the Winners and Runner Up in each category. Winner of the Senior Level Participants was Millie Dodds and Isabella Andrews Runner Up. At the Intermediate Level Miah Shah was Winner and Alex Bennett Runner Up, with Charlotte Gayton Receiving a Special Mention for her entry. All other Participants received Certificates for their entries.

As usual for these Rotary organised Youth Competitions, the level of expertise shown by the Participants was outstanding. It is refreshing to see so many youngsters from our local schools taking part in the various Youth Competitions on offer from Rotary!

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Gold for Georgia At Her First National Judo Event | Congratulations to Georgia, Year 6, for bringing home Gold. A great performance from Georgia at the Crayford Judo tournament in London on Saturday 17th September secured Georgia wins for all four of her matches in spectacular style, throwing all her opponents for the maximum ippon score with a combination of lovely throws. Core Judo Coach, Jonathon, delighted "What was impressive is that Georgia was competing in her first national event and controlled her nerves superbly well. Congratulations to Georgia and all Academy players."

Georgia is here pictured with her gold medal and Core Judo Academy teammates and in training at the weekly Academy sessions held by Core Judo at Coworth Flexlands School.   To discover Coworth Flexlands School attend their Open Morning on Thursday 20th October, 9.30-11.00am. 

Information  about  Open Days  can be found at Coworth Flexlands School Open Days or please call the School on 01276 855707. The School is located near Valley End, 5 minutes drive from Sunningdale.

 

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During Assembly on Tuesday 13 September, over 100 Year 10 students from Charters School in Sunningdale,  were presented with certificates and badges after completing the BA Language Flag Award in Year 9. The British Airways Language Flag Award complements GSCE coursework, promotes confidence in speaking and links languages at school with the world of work. 

The introduction of a language test within BA for customer facing staff highlighted a desperate shortage of language speakers within the UK. The Flag Award was an adapted version of the internal test and was an attempt to encourage young people to continue language learning. It helped to develop a link between classroom language learning and the working world.

Mrs Mathews, Curriculum Leader for the Modern Foreign Language Faculty said, “We are very proud that so many of our students worked with us and prepared independently for this prestigious award, especially as BA are no longer offering this for schools. Well done, Charters!”

 

 

 

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Following months of consultation, Thames Hospice has secured the option to purchase land to build a new 28-bed, purpose-built, hospice by Bray Lake in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead - subject to planning permission.

Debbie Raven, Chief Executive, Thames Hospice, said: “We have seen demand for all of our services increase year-on-year and we are at a point where we need to expand to meet the needs of our local community. Our current Hospice in Windsor is at maximum occupancy and we have up to 10 people per day waiting for much-needed care.  After reviewing a number of options to develop our existing site, we have concluded that it does not provide a solution to meet our future needs.

“A new purpose-built hospice would enable us to support more local people, through providing additional inpatient, outpatient and community services, building on the expert care delivered at our current facility in Windsor for almost 30 years.”

Read more: PROPOSALS UNDERWAY FOR A NEW PURPOSE-BUILT HOSPICE

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On Thursday 8th September, Year 6 boys from Papplewick School in Ascot embarked on a visit to the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill, South London. The boys visited an exhibition on Rio favelas with reference to the Rio Paralympics.

The delights of the day included meeting stingrays and other exotic fish at the aquarium, seeing a torture chair and being introduced to facts on dinosaur eggs and their nests. In the musical instrument room, boys got to look at the various types of musical instruments from all over the world. They were able to play them interactively as well as read various facts on them. Their favourites were the bagpipes. In the African room, the boys discovered statues and masks from West Africa along with ceremonial dance costumes.

A tour was also taken in the wondrous room of taxidermy with facts on the life of walrus, birds and mammals through the centuries.

The Horniman Museum has been open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, the collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as an acclaimed aquarium and natural history collection.

 

 

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Bulletin:  Update on Ascot Business Park, September, 2016

The success of the park can now be measured in its take-up.  After the sale of all the studios and warehousing on the park by summer 2015, Queen’s Square is also filling up.  We are delighted to have welcomed Ashbury Bloom in November, 2015 who bought the freehold of 7 Queen’s Square and in August, 2016, the loyalty app developers, Bink, have taken occupation of the top floor of 2 Queen’s Square.  With the middle floor of the same building and also the last empty terrace building, 8 Queen’s Square, also under offer, this leaves only 1 Queen’s Square available within this pleasant courtyard office area.

1 Queen’s Square is the largest building within the square, offering 14,030 sq ft (1,303 sq m) of high spec, efficient, Grade A space over ground and two upper floors.  Currently, our QuickStart operation is based in one of the ground floor areas which has proved to be highly successful, offering small and emerging companies flexible, short term offices from 2 – 6 people.  With easy access of the motorway networks, situated adjacent to Ascot station, within walking distance of Ascot High Street and set in a woodland setting, Ascot Business Park offers occupiers all the advantages of an attractive and accessible working environment.

Some comments on the park from our valued tenants:...

Read more: Ascot Business Park Brings Top Businesses To Ascot

 

QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE TICKETS ONLY REMAINING FOR QIPCO BRITISH CHAMPIONS DAY

Ascot Racegoers are being encouraged to secure their tickets to QIPCO British Champions Day after both the King Edward VII Enclosure and the Winning Post (both within the former Premier area) sold out, and with only tickets for the Queen Anne Enclosure (Grandstand) now available.

QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday 15th October is the richest raceday in Britain with £4.2 million in prize money and boasts an unrivalled card in the UK comprising four Group 1 contests, a Group 2 and the richest mile handicap in Europe.

Record entries were made for the day back in August and some of the most exciting horses in Europe are targeting the day. Amongst those with Ascot on the agenda is Jean-Claude Rouget’s brilliant French colt Almanzor who is entered in the £1.3 million QIPCO Champion Stakes. The French Derby winner was having his first run outside his native country when showing a great turn of foot to land the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes at the expense of seven other Group 1 winners at Leopardstown on Saturday evening.
Rouget believes that the colt is at his best over the mile and a quarter distance of the QIPCO Champion Stakes and said, “Ten furlongs for me is a good trip. For me the (best) option is the English race [Champion Stakes], because of the distance and we have two weeks more. If he was mine he would run at Ascot. He could run in the Arc next year.”

The exciting Zhukova, who returned from a four-month absence to beat US Army Ranger, the Derby runner-up, in fluent style in the KPMG Enterprise Stakes on the same Leopardstown card is being targeted at the £600,000 QIPCO British Champions Fillies’ and Mares’ Stakes by her handler, Dermot Weld.

Read more: Tickets Selling Fast for Qipco Champions Day at Ascot | October 15th

The Ascot Locomotive Society which meets alongside car park 10 of the Ascot Racecourse off the Winkfield Road (A330) currently has vacancies for new members.  When there are no public running sessions,  the group still  welcomes visitors on the first Sunday of each month from 14.00. Anyone interested is asked to contact Kirsten Hossack 01344 6256

Trains are running on Sunday October 2nd  from 2.00-4.30 (weather permitting). £3.00 per person entrance fee for up to three people, £2.50 per person for families of 4 and over. Drink and a biscuit or slice of cake £1. Please donate more if you can - your donations keep the Society running running!  - email ascotloco@hotmail.com

RBWM is funding FREE business advice sessions for Royal Borough businesses with fewer than 50 employees and that have been trading for at least 12 months.

The sessions are delivered by the Berkshire Business Growth Hub which works with many Berkshire businesses looking to grow. The tailored advice sessions run in Windsor and Maidenhead.

Cllr Jack Rankin, cabinet member for economic development and property, said: “This is a brilliant opportunity for any local small business ambitious for growth.”

The Growth Hub provides advice and guidance on strategic planning, marketing and finance to scale up.

Cllr Rankin added: “This is an exciting time in the Royal Borough with more than £1 billion of investment planned in our town centres over the next few years.

“We are working alongside the existing business community to grow the local economy. We want to support businesses that can then benefit from and contribute to our expanding and vibrant economy.”

Read more: Royal Borough Funds FREE Business Advice Sessions

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Does Class Size Matter?....Anne Sweeney, Headmistress Coworth Flexlands School, Gives Her View:

A UK government study in 2008 suggested parents overwhelmingly believe smaller class sizes have positive learning results: “Over 96% of parents believed that the number of children in a class affects the quality of teaching and learning… I concur with those parents who instinctively understand that a child who is noticed and encouraged at a personal level will do better than one who is ‘lost in a crowd’.

On becoming Headmistress at Coworth Flexlands School I have had the opportunity to ensure class sizes are optimum. For academic subjects where smaller groups can improve pupil attainment through the freedom to ask questions and discuss areas of difficulty uninhibited by a large audience, classes are split into sets of 8 to 10 pupils. Pastoral care is an added benefit, when staff can give time to sit and listen.

Read more: Coworth Flexlands School | Does Class Size Matter?

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On Monday 5th September, the new intake of Year 7 students began their new academic term at Charters School in Sunningdale. With students in other years starting term the following day, the Year 11 Prefect Mentors were able to show the 11 year olds around the school site and answer any of their questions.

The school runs a vast array of extra-curricular clubs and during the afternoon the students were able to find out about the exciting variety of activities on offer at the Freshers Fayre.

Alongside the obvious PE and Sports clubs were the less obvious, such as fencing, trampolining, and squash.  In addition there was Latin, Art, Robotics, Science, Music, History, Gardening and also the Railway Club to name but a few.

Read more: Charters School | Freshers Fair for Year 7 Students

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Inner Wheel District 9 Chairman, Linda Clarke (right) presents the Margarette Golding award to Mrs. June Martin MBE

 Ascot resident, June Martin MBE was presented with the prestigious Margarette Golding Award at an Ascot Inner Wheel event last week, in recognition of her continual and extensive support given to the Ascot and Sunninghill community since 1962.  This award presented by International Inner Wheel (IIW) in memory of their founder, has only been given to 299 women worldwide since its inception in 2001.  After reading the citation, District Chairman Linda Clarke described June as:-“An inspiration to us all.  It is hard to do justice to the time, effort and resources that June has put into the local community.”  Although she knew about the nomination, June said: “The news still came out of the blue.  I was very surprised but delighted to receive this award.”

Initially June joined the Women’s Voluntary Service (WVS).  In 1975 she played a pivotal role in establishing the Ascot Day Centre Trust and in its subsequent redevelopment to provide hot food, activities and social contact for up to 90 elderly people.  June spent 14 years as chairman before retiring on her 80th birthday when she took on the role of lifelong President.

Read more: International Inner Wheel Honours Local Resident

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Following exceptional A level results last week, there was more pleasing news for St George’s School, Ascot this morning as Fifth Year (Year 11) pupils received their GCSE results.  50% of all examinations were graded A* and A, 83% were graded A*, A and B and 97% were graded A*-C. 

St George’s top performer this year was Lily Caines (16) from Maidenhead, who achieved 11A*s!  Lily, a keen Drama student has been awarded a 16+ Performing Arts Scholarship and also received the ‘Fifth Year Effort Prize’ at Prize Giving held in July. 

Other top performers include Marsha Ilina from Ascot and Antonina Kudryashova from Virginia Water, both of whom achieved 10A*s, 2As.  Classmate, Hannah Chahal from Ascot also attained an impressive record of high end grades with 9A*s, 1A.

Commenting on the impressive results, Headmistress, Rachel Owens said:  “Our reputation is built on consistency and I am delighted that St George’s has maintained another fantastic year of results!  St George’s girls are encouraged to work conscientiously and to the best of their ability and this, combined with inspirational teaching has delivered this excellent set of results.  We are particularly pleased with our value-added score this year, which shows that we continue to add significant uplift to our girls’ achievements.  I have every confidence that these girls will continue to thrive in the next chapter of their education”.

Read more: St.George's School Ascot | GCSE Results Delight !

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You can expect much more than just exciting Flat racing on the opening day of the Autumn Racing Weekend featuring the Ascot Beer Festival.

Alongside the Listed LondonMetric Noel Murless Stakes, which is run over a mile and six furlongs, you’ll be able to sip on an array of more than 280 real ales, ciders and perries.

The Beer Festival continues on Saturday alongside the running of the UK’s joint most valuable seven-furlong handicap, the Totescoop6 Challenge Cup

ASCOT’S CAMRA BEER FESTIVAL IS BACK FOR THE TENTH YEAR - SERVING UP UNMISSABLE FLAT RACING AND THIRST QUENCHING ALES, CIDERS AND PERRIES

  • THE TWO DAY BEER FESTIVAL RETURNS TO ASCOT WITH MORE THAN 280 REAL ALES, CIDERS AND PERRIES AVALAIBLE TO SAMPLE
  • OKTOBERFEST COMES TO ASCOT WITH THE FURLONG CLUB BEING TRANSFORMED INTO A GERMAN BEER HALL
  • ON THE TRACK, BRITAIN’S JOINT MOST VALUABLE SEVEN FURLONG HANDICAP, THE TOTEPOOL CHALLENGE CUP, TAKES PLACE

Friday 30th September – Saturday 1st October 2016

The Ascot CAMRA Beer Festival returns to Ascot Racecourse this year and will take place as part of the Autumn Racing Weekend on Friday 30th September and Saturday 1st October. Racegoers are guaranteed a memorable afternoon of Flat racing combined with the opportunity to sample more than 280 deliciously different ales, ciders and perries.

New to the raceday this year is the arrival of the Ascot Bier Haus. Inspired by Munich’s legendary Oktoberfest, the Furlong Club towards the east end of the Grandstand will be transformed in Ascot’s very own beer house, serving up German beer, steins, German sausages, ham hock, live music and more.

Among the 250 beers and 30 ciders and ales available to buy, racegoers can find local favourites from Berkshire and Hampshire, as well as producers from further afield including Yorkshire, Lancashire and Shropshire. 

Read more: Ascot | Autumn Weekend Racing & Beer Festival | September 30th & October 1st (2)

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Calling all gardeners – seasoned and novice alike!  Home gardeners, landscape gardeners, members of local horticultural clubs and even ‘couch potatoes’ ! ….

Hugely popular and ever- practical - Charlie Dimmock  -  well known for  her appearances on ‘Ground Force’ and more recently , ‘Garden Rescue’ (currently on BBC  2),  will present ‘An Evening with Charlie Dimmock’ , in support of  the Sandhurst Counselling Service , on November 24th at The Whitty Theatre at Luckley House School Wokingham, starting at 7.30 pm. 

With her wealth of experience and good humour, Charlie will be presenting an entertaining evening recounting her television experiences and sharing her wide range of gardening skills. This gardening guru promises an evening of gardening hints, tips and ideas, with an opportunity to answer questions from the audience, supported by her private photographic collection.

Read more: An Evening For All With Charlie Dimmock | Gardening Tips | Entertainment | November 24th

Girls at St George’s School in Ascot are celebrating  after achieving excellent A level results, with many individual students gaining outstanding grades as well as entrance to top Russell Group universities.

With 74% of all results graded A*/B, the girls and staff are justly proud of their fabulous achievements.

Top marks in the school go to Moe Kishima, who was awarded 3 A*s, 2As and an A grade in her Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).  Moe is thrilled to be accepting a place to read Medicine at University College London.   Other girls achieving stellar marks include Head Girl, Lottie Hughes who has not only led St George’s over the past year, providing an invaluable link between staff and students but has also achieved A*, A, A.  Other notable performers are Jade Agnew and Qianyi Deng who both achieved 2A*s, A.

Read more: St.George's School | Superb A Level Results 2016

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The Bracknell Regeneration Partnership (BRP) has signed Fat Face and Carphone Warehouse for its £240 million retail and leisure regeneration project The Lexicon. This brings the total of new lettings announced in the last month to seven.

Lifestyle clothing and accessories retailer Fat Face is a significant addition for The Avenue, one of the new streets for fashion in the Lexicon, with the new Marks and Spencer and Fenwick stores book-ending the street. 

In addition, Carphone Warehouse will be relocating from its store in Princess Square into a new larger store on Braccan Walk, opposite the new Primark store.

This news follows August's announcement of five new signings including Smiggle, Beaverbrooks and Footlocker. The new development is now 70% let by floor area equating to just under 400,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space.

BRP has also announced that the new scheme will open on September 7 2017.  The opening has been rescheduled to coincide with the completion of the upgrading of some of the materials and buildings in the scheme, as well as the completion of new areas of public realm to ensure that the new scheme provides a totally new customer experience.

The one year to go milestone was marked this week by the completion of the iconic Fenwick cladding which was celebrated at an event on September 13 2016, with the final piece being lifted into place to complete the eye-catching external envelope of the building.

Read more: Bracknell Town Centre Regeneration | Lexicon Opening Date Announced

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Charters School pupil and staff have achieved another excellent set of GCSE results this year despite the national decline in GCSE results.

245 students completed GCSEs.

Overall 78% achieved A*-C grades in English and Mathematics combined; Overall the school ‘Attainment 8’ fine grade was B-. ;Overall the school ‘Progress 8’ score was 0.43 – this was calculated using 2015 national data.

Co-headteachers Richard Pilgrim and Martyn Parker said: We are very pleased with these results as they provide a true reflection of the hard work of both students and staff. Against a backdrop of continual educational change we are delighted that 82.8% of all examination entries gained grades A*-C and 36.5% of entries were graded A*/A. This means that the pupils have given themselves the best opportunity for their future whether they join the sixth form or take up a college course or gain employment with training.

Charters student Connor Jackson said: “I am very pleased with my results and over-achieved, particularly in the Science subjects. The hard work was all worthwhile and I am grateful for the support of my teachers.”

 

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Ascot based Performing Arts School, NVSDD, has been awarded GOLD in the recent Dance School of the Year Competition. This years judges included Angela Rippon OBE, Anne Walker MBE and Jonathan Gray (Editor of the Dancing Times Magazine). Principal of the school, Natalie Shaw, said about the win, "We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded a Gold trophy. The competition from other schools throughout the UK and Europe was extremely high and we were the only Dance School in Berkshire and West Surrey to reach the finals." In 2017 the school will be celebrating it's 25th anniversary and offers classes in RAD Ballet, Tap, Street Dance, Contemporary, Drama and Musical Theatre in a number of branches including Sunninghill, Bracknell, Warfield and Chertsey.

Natalie added "2015/2016 has been amazing for NVSDD Students  - they have performed in 14 separate shows/productions since November 2015, achieved incredible examination results and had huge success in competitions/auditions and vocational studies. I am so proud of everyone and would not only like to thank NVSDD Students and Parents for helping to raise nearly £2000 for charity this year, but to thank our wonderful teachers - talented, creative, professional and supportive!” 

Register now for Dance and Drama Classes from September, including NVSDD’s hugely popular Dance GCSE course (the only one in the Ascot area) - places are filling fast, so please contact Natalie@ascot.dance for more details.  www.ascot.dance 

Read more: Ascot Based Performing Arts School Wins Gold !

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STANLEY WALK BEGINS ITS TRANSFORMATION | Starting on Monday, August 1 2016, Stanley Walk will begin its transformation into the new stylish southern end of what will become Braccan Walk when The Lexicon opens next Spring.

For a period of 12 weeks, it will be necessary to erect scaffolding foundations along the length of the walk to enable work to commence on removing the old concrete slab canopy in readiness for the new modern eye-catching roof.

While the work is being carried out, it is very much business as usual for the retailers operating within Stanley Walk.

Simon Russian, Development Manager, for Legal and General on behalf of Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, said: "Although Stanley Walk will be an area undergoing transformation for this period, these works are essential to transform Stanley Walk into the stylish promenade that Braccan Walk will become.

Read more: Bracknell Town Centre Regeneration | August 2016

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