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Raise your glasses – Wokingham Wine Festival will return this December

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The 2016 Wokingham Wine Festival in Wokingham Town Hall

GLASSES will be raised for the return of a popular fundraising event … and there’s no surprise as it involves wine. 

The Wokingham Wine Festival helps raise funds for the Reading and Wokingham branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and features a range of interesting, unusual and rare wines from all corners of the world. 

Taking place in the town hall in Market Place on Sunday, December 8, the event is organised by the Windsor Forest Unicorn Club, ASDW (Association of Small Direct Wine merchants) and Wokingham Round Table.

There will be at least eight knowledgeable and independent wine merchants at the festival.

Each offers tastings of wines and a chance to stock up before the festive season gets underway. 

New for this year will be Wokingham’s boutique bar Sit and Sip with their exciting range of artisan beers and spirits.

The event runs from noon to 6pm and tickets cost £6. For more details, log on to www.wokinghamwinefestival.co.uk

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Four years ago, I went numb from the waist down. After quite a few MRI’s, spinal tap, I was diagonsed with Multiple Sclerosis. I was on Avenox for almost 2 years, i had 1 year of monthly steroids IV, had to stop due to hip pain. Through my physiotherapist i learnt about a MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS HERBAL TREATMENT from R.H.G. (Rich Herbal Gardens) and their success rate with the treatment, i immediately started on the MS treatment, i experienced decline in major symptoms including hand tremor, back pain, difficulty walking, muscle paralysis and weakness, uncomfortable tingling and burning, fatigue, urinary retention,double… Read more »