West Berkshire Museum is continuing its series of exhibitions focusing on each of the parishes in the area by looking at Hungerford, a town with a very interesting history.
We want more local people to be able to take advantage of the economic opportunities West Berkshire has to offer, especially now that the economy is opening up again after the COVID-19 lockdown.
We have teamed up with Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS), Thames Valley Police (TVP), South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS), and the Environment Agency to support the Royal Life Saving Society's (RLSS) national Drowning Prevention Week campaign, running from 19-26 June.
Local people are being asked for their views on West Berkshire highways and transport services - from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.
Compton Parish Council, alongside its residents, have been working together to create a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) to help shape the growth and improvement of the local area.
One of the main attractions of West Berkshire's district is our precious environment. More so over the last 14 months than ever before, we have all ventured out to interact with our landscape for our wellbeing and social connections.
West Berkshire Council has beaten out local authorities from across the country to win an award for Digital Innovation and Technology at the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Places and Transport (ADEPT) President's Awards.
Earlier this year, The Downs School in Compton was awarded Government funding of £232,000 to be spent on decarbonisation projects to help the school be greener.
There is no summary for this Funding secured for carbon reduction projects in the community blog article
West Berkshire Council's Housing Strategy to 2036 has been approved at the latest Executive meeting that was held at the end of March 2021.