A GROUP of youngsters from Easthampstead Youth Club had their very own “Magical Mystery Tour” in 1963, when they boarded a coach to see The Beatles, who were appearing at the Adelphi Cinema in Slough.
The “Fabs” opened with “Some other Guy” and their eight-song set list included “Love Me Do” and “Please, Please Me.”
The previous night they had played at the Royal Command Performance and the Queen Mother asked Paul McCartney where they were playing next- to which he said ‘Slough’ and she famously replied, ‘Ah- that’s near us!’
Wokingham MP, Bill van Straubenzee gave a speech to Cranbourne Conservatives 58 years ago and explained that if a General Election was to be fought anytime soon, it would be about the future and not the past.
Speaking on the subject of new housing he thought there should be more ‘new towns’- and Berkshire should have at least one of them.
The era of push-button automation had entered the theatrical world and a Bracknell company Lede Limited was leading the way in the early sixties.
Their latest designs, part of a £250,000 order, were…