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Our volunteers are currently indexing local articles from the newspapers and by the beginning of 2009, users could search for names and subject in the 19th century newspapers. Users are asked to place memories of Slough past and present on our “your story” pages and we invite all researchers who use Slough Library’s Local Studies Collection to give us a pdf version of their work for We also add material researched by staff at Slough Library.
The newspapers and photographs on the site are reasonably high quality jpg files, while Slough Library keeps the original tif versions of the images for preservation purposes.
" Rock Dog" data-content="When a radio falls from the sky into the hands of a wide-eyed Tibetan Mastiff, he leaves home to fulfill his dream of becoming a musician, setting into motion a series of completely unexpected events.
" Annabelle: Creation " data-content="Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle." Bareilly Ki Barfi " data-content="Set in the small-town of Bareilly, Bitti is a free-spirited young girl who lives life on her own terms and refuses to be pressured into getting married.
PLEASE NOTE this performance starts promptly at the advertised time.
Bandmaster Captain Gerry Mc Coll told the Bracknell News: “This is the first children’s concert I have done since being transferred from Hong Kong where we had to use an interpreter when performing for Chinese youngsters”.The Slough Observer also contains local stories from Windsor and Maidenhead, as well as some towns and villages further afield.Our photograph material comes mainly from the Local Studies Collection of Slough Library, though we warmly accept material from other sources.As Fireman Sam was not created until the late 1980s it seems hard to believe that such an event existed without the hero of Pontypandy.Slough’s Mayor Cllr Lydia Simmons certainly had to put her faith in the law when she found herself temporarily ‘under arrest’ and handcuffed by two local bobbies at a photo call in the Queensmere Shopping Centre.