The tragic death of a young mother from Reading who died saving her daughter from being hit by a lorry last year, shocked the local community.
20 year old Lauren Heath was on her way to meet a friend when she was killed crossing Basingstoke Road in Whitley. Just seconds before being hit, she managed to push her baby's pram out of harm's way.
Now for the first time, Lauren's parents have spoken publicly about their daughter's death and how their lives have changed forever
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Thames Valley Police horses enjoyed a well earned rest after giving their all protecting HM Queen at Royal Ascot.
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The sacrifices made by our military servicemen and women have been marked with dozens of events across the South East today.
One of the biggest gatherings for Armed Forces Day was in Medway, Kent, where thousands of people gathered to pay tribute to serving military personnel, veterans and cadets. John Ryall reports.
The interviewees are Cllr Alan Jarrett Leader, Medway Council; Richard Bardsley, a Veteran; and Robin Green, a Veteran.