The cricket season is still in full swing, and with it came success for the England women's team, with victory in last month's World Cup.
Since then, the sport has been booming among schoolgirls across the region, who now have champion role models to look up to.
Cary Johnston reports from the Falkland Cricket Club in Newbury.
Cary spoke to former assistant England women's coach Neil Rider and parent Liz Hayward.
England photos courtesy ECB/Tom Shaw Images
Thames Valley Police have charged a 29-year-old man with murder after the death of a baby in hospital on Sunday.
Jack McLaren died in hospital on Sunday 4th June. He was 5 months old. Daniel McLaren, 29, from Fleetwood Close in Newbury was arrested on Tuesday 6th June. He was charged on Wednesday 7th June with Jack's murder.
The charge follows a post mortem examination which was completed on Wednesday, which led to the baby's death being treated as suspicious.
Daniel McLaren was also charged with grievous bodily harm with intent relating to injuries suffered by another child under one years old. He is due to appear before Reading magistrates today.
Meanwhile a 28-year-old woman from Newbury who was arrested on suspicion of causing or allowing the death of a child; and on suspicion of committing Section 18 (grievous bodily harm with intent) on Tuesday the 6th of June in connection with this investigation was released on police bail until the 5th July 2017.
New CCTV technology is being installed in Newbury after a spate of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.
It comes just months after cameras in the town centre were switched off by the council in a bid to save money.
It's hoped it will make residents feel more secure.
As Mary Stanley reports
Mary spoke to Sarah Greenall and Granville Taylor from Newbury Town Council.
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A charity in Newbury which created a soft play area for children with disabilities says it desperately needs a bigger, purpose built area.
Swings and Smiles is used by more than 300 local families. It was designed to be less daunting for children with special needs.
But it has outgrown its old home and the charity needs thousands to relocate to a new site.
Mel Bloor reports.
The Thames Valley was hit by flooding and storms overnight with transport routes and town centres including Maidenhead and Newbury badly affected. Cary Johnston reports.
The Royal County of Berkshire Show takes place over the weekend at the Newbury Showground.
There will be two thousand animals, on a 150 acre site - in an event that attracts more than 60,000 visitors. ITV Meridian spoke to Darren Bowyer from the Newbury and District Agricultural Society as the final preparations were being made.
Newbury railway station is now open. However services through the station will be delayed because one platform remains closed due to the flooding.
There are delays of up to 30 minutes and no service on Great Western Railway Westbound at Newbury train station because of flooding.
Trains can not run on some of the lines through Newbury and services are unable to call at Newbury station.
There is queueing traffic and traffic is heavier than normal on the A339 Northbound between A343 St John's Road / Greenham Road and A4 (Robin Hood Roundabout).
Delays not helped by extra delays through the town centre due to a derelict building fire on Bartholomew Street