Mortimer Schools Quacky Races

We are delighted to support the all new Mortimer Schools Quacky Races

Due to the ongoing covid pandemic all school fundraising has been tough. 
Not to be beaten, they bring you their first ever virtual duck race which will take place Saturday 20 March at 6:30pm 

1400 ducks over 14 races plus 100 ducks for the grand finale champagne race!
Get a duck for just £2.50 and a chance to win £50 per race!
Buy as many ducks in as many races as you like.

But wait... there's more...  

The Champagne Race!!!!
Sponsored by The Old Rectory
Get a duck in our yellow ribbon event for £10 and a chance to win...
- Fortnum and Mason luxury hamper
- Bottle of champagne and... 
- a case of Laithwaites wine! 

Watch the races on our live YouTube event on Saturday 20 March 6:30pm here...

Get your ducks today!

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This event would not be possible without our amazing sponsors... 
***Champagne Race Sponsor***
The Old Rectory 

Race 1
Bespoke Bakes 

Race 2
Burghfield Football club 

Race 3
Charlotte Carter Photography 

Race 4
Dad's shop 

Race 5
David Cliff 

Race 6
Espina Chiropractic 

Race 7
Hyper Mango Race 8
Jubliee day nursery and Jubliee jets 

Race 9
Mortimer Cake company 

Race 10
Mortimer Go Walkies 

Race 11
Mortimer Sausage company 

Race 12
Rachel's Boutique 

Race 13

Race 14
Tadley Rugby club  

What are you waiting for?  

Get your ducks today!

Reddam House - Christmas Market

Reddam House are holding their annual CHRISTMAS MARKET on Saturday 2nd December between 11.00am and 3.00pm 

Be sure to have a fun day and get in to the Christmas spirit at The Reddam House Christmas market on the 2nd of December, it has over 30 stalls selling jewellery, leather goods, cosmetics, candles, cakes, handbags, handmade crafts and plenty more.

A café will be serving snacks, drinks, mulled wine, hot mince pies and home-made cakes. There will be a raffle with wonderful prizes and an exciting tombola stall. 

Free entry and plenty of free parking. 

Reddam House (formerly Bearwood College) Bearwood Road, Sindlesham, RG41 5BG

ESFA Jersey U11s District Schools' Festival

Wokingham District headed to Jersey, in the Channel Islands, on Saturday 8th April to take part in the 43rd ESFA Jersey District Schools' Festival.

It was the second year in which Wokingham have attended the festival in which every participating association would play six games during the week at F.B. Playing Fields in St Clemens. This years' tour was again a huge success on and off the pitch and were able to end the week with their most successful tour record to date: Played 6, Won 5, Lost 1 - this was also the joint best record out of all the 18 teams competing during the week.

The tour ended a particular high as Wokingham were able to beat a very strong Potters Bar side 2-1 after coming back from behind.

This epitomised the team's attitude and determination to succeed which has been evident throughout the season. The tour was a great success and the boys thoroughly enjoyed exploring the island on top of the football.

Team Manager, Stuart Bevan, said, "The boys have been a credit to their schools and have set high standards throughout the year. It was great to see them continue to grow and have such a successful tour whilst representing Wokingham in this prestigious festival." Results from the tour below:

Game 1 vs Hackney (W 3-1 Z.Waight, N.Muza 2)
Game 2 vs St Albans (L 0-3)
Game 3 vs Newbury (W 4-1 N.Muza 2, Z.Waight, H.Goode)
Game 4 vs Thurrock (W 1-0 Z.Waight)
Game 5 vs Gloucester (W 4-0 B.Kingsbury, Z.Waight 3)
Game 6 vs Potters Bar (W 2-1 S.Morgan, Z.Waight) 

 Well done all

Woking vs Wokingham

Brilliance from Ballard and Mott as Wokingham seal another impressive win

This wet and windy affair saw these two local teams meet for the fourth time this season. But it was the weather conditions who had the upper hand from the start, both teams struggling to get a hold of the game in the opening stages.

Although Wokingham were unable to string a series of passes together, they looked the better side in the remaining minutes of the first half. Mott tested the keeper from long range on a number of occasions and down the other end Lewens was quick off his line and started the attacks with confidence.

The only goal of the half came in the 24th minute when a Wokingham corner found Mott with the ball at his feet towards the back post. He calmly hammered it home into the top corner to give the visitors the advantage.

As the game opened up in the second half, Ballard started to enjoy the space he kept finding in the centre of the park. A great breakaway was thumped home off the post by Ballard – 0:2 to Wokingham.

The icing seemed to be on the cake when Mott and Ballard both collected a double to make it 4-0 in a matter of minutes. Woking continued to fight though and hit back through a looping header off a set piece.

The home side kept knocking at the door and after a injury to Lewens the Wokingham defence were all over the place. Woking took advantage and slotted in another.

From there on in the game continued as an end to end duel but it was Wokingham who once again came away as victors. The score, 2-4.

St Paul’s School – Fayre

Hi all, for anyone who is looking, here is yet another bit of very useful information from in and around the town. If you are looking to take your little ones to a school Christmas fayre, this could be the one for you!

Christmas Fayre @
St Paul’s Junior School

Friday 4th December
St Paul’s Junior School,
Oxford Road,
RG41 2YJ
A friendly Christmas Fayre – loads of seasonal fun for all the family! Lots of games and stalls for kids and adults alike, Raffle and Silent Auction, tombolas, hot and cold food, plusFATHER CHRISTMAS!!!
That’s it for now, I hope you have a great time!! David