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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.  
As well as publishing the magazine we can arrange leaflet printing and/or distribution, we can list your organisation in our online Directory and we operate a digital wide screen at Twyford Surgery. We therefore offer businesses in the area a wide range of advertising solutions to suit their needs and budgets. See the Advertising menu for more information, and check Nikki's latest newsletter for RG10 offers and late availability. 
The magazine is published bimonthly in six editions a year - ie Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/Jun, Jul/Aug, Sep/Oct and Nov/Dec. 
Jul/Aug 2016: It's summer!

Jul-Aug 2016 coverTwyFest 2016 has been and gone: a fabulous ten day party enjoyed by all ages, bringing together the local community and attracting plenty of visitors. I was delighted to be able to attend several events – variety, comedy, music and theatre – what a treat. I even got to sit on the VIP sponsors’ sofa at the bingo night: I still haven’t quite recovered from Elsie Crumpet’s energetic dancing on our table after a flying leap from the stage!)

Talking of sponsors, one of TwyFest’s headline sponsors was the social enterprise X-Forces. As you’ll read inside, its founder, Ren Kapur, has recently been recognised at the highest level and we’re all delighted.
Our featured charity in this issue is Camp Mohawk, the wonderful woodland centre just outside Wargrave for young people with special needs. Another of our local charities, Building for the Future, has just received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – more great news!
Our new police column seems to have gone down well last time so be sure to check it out. Many of you will have met Inspector Alastair Lloyd at the Twyford Donkey Derby.

At the Donkey Derby I met many of those who entered the photography competition – well done to everyone. It was great to see the winning images framed and on display in the TVP tent, and to get to show them off to VIP visitor Theresa May!
Finally, thanks to Joanne Suter for bringing our attention to Twyford Boxing Club and for the touching tribute to Bill and Karen as they finally give up the reins of the Duke of Wellingtonpub on 3 July. Somehow I don’t think we’ll be disappointed by the new landlords, judging from their hard work for TwyFest: good luck Paul and Karen Williams!




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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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