|140mph drive filmed and posted on Facebook investigated by police - Newbury Weekly News Group|
|140mph drive filmed and posted on Facebook investigated by policeNewbury Weekly News GroupPOLICE are investigating footage of a motorist apparently careering along the Newbury to Wantage road at a reckless 140mph. The film, uploaded to social networking site Facebook, appears to show a driver recording life-threatening exploits on the B4449 ...
|Plea to save Wantage trees - Herald Series|
|Plea to save Wantage treesHerald SeriesWANTAGE: Developer Bovis Homes has been asked to stop cutting down trees at Stockham Farm on Denchworth Road, where it will build 200 homes. Vale of White Horse District Council spokesman Gavin Walton said: â€œAlthough the trees on this site are not ...
|Next stop for Pulaski Skyway goat 'Sky' is rescue farm in Wantage: video - The Jersey Journal - NJ.com|
|New York Daily NewsNext stop for Pulaski Skyway goat 'Sky' is rescue farm in Wantage: videoThe Jersey Journal - NJ.comThe next stop for the adult goat will be a rescue farm in the Sussex County community of Wantage, a far cry from the crater-filled, engine exhaust-coated Pulaski Skyway where it was found this morning at 7:45 a.m.. For nearly an hour, the goat -- named ...Reports: Pulaski Skyway goat safe in WantageWeehawken ReporterEscaped goat causes crash in New JerseyUPI.comGoat escapes from truck headed to slaughterhouse, causes accident on Pulaski ...New York Daily NewsRaw Story -Gothamistall 30 news articles »
|FOOTBALL: Wallbridge shock at Wantage Town exit - Oxford Mail|
|FOOTBALL: Wallbridge shock at Wantage Town exitOxford MailANDY Wallbridge has spoken of his shock after being replaced as manager of Uhlsport Hellenic League club Wantage Town by former Thatcham Town boss Gary Ackling. Wallbridge, who was appointed three years ago, won the Premier Division title in his ...and more »
|When Wantage had a railway link - The Oxford Times|
|When Wantage had a railway linkThe Oxford TimesIt was supported by a tramway which ran along the A338 to Wantage Town station. In his book Oxfordshire Railways Through Time (Amberley, Â£14.99), railway enthusiast Stanley Jenkins has included a photo of the tramway line today, which looks perfect for ...