Finchampstead Parish Council
Welcome to our website. Here you can find out more about what we do and our role in the community.
ARBORFIELD GARRISON STRATEGIC
Wokingham Borough Council approved revised planning application for the Hogwood Farm site on 14 October 2015.
A big thank you to those volunteers who came along to help out on Sunday23 September 2015. The Crossroads area looks much better and we hope to carry on the work with another session in the spring.
Blocked roadside ditches can cause problems with flooding - a leaflet on roadside ditches and responsibilities can be found here
Hedges and branches overgrowing roadside foopaths also cause problems by making the paths narrower, and even forcing pedestrians to walk in the road. This is a particular problem for those with buggies, limited mobility and the visually impaired. If the vegetation is from plants in your garden it is your responsibility - so please maintain your hedges, shrubs and tresss to ensure the paths outside your property are clear.
NEWS AND MEETINGS
See our latest newsletter here
Previous newsletters can be found on this page
Our Annual Report for 2014/15 can be found here
Current meeting schedule
26 November 2015 - Main Council
2 December 2015 - Planning Committee
9 December 2015 - Rights of Way Committee
16 December 2015 - Main Council
Every week there are several volunteer led walks across Wokingham Borough. Its a great way to get fit and make new friends at the same time. The new Health Walks Programme can be found here.
We have now way marked our first circular walk,it starts from near St James' Church and is around 3 miles. For more details and to download a map see here
FINCHAMPSTEAD EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Could you help the local community in an emergency? Working with the Neighbourhood Action Group we are developing a series of activities to support the emergency services in times of need. For details see the menu on the left or contact email@example.com
The Parish Council is based at the FBC Centre, Gorse Ride North, Finchampstead RG40 4ES.
You can contact us on 0118 9088164 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Office hours 10am - 12 noon.