The search has begun to find this year's Community Champions to recognise the amazing contributions local residents make to West Berkshire
We are working with Greenham Trust to help celebrate its 25th anniversary during 2022. During this time the organisation has awarded an amazing £64m in charitable grants to local charities, community projects and voluntary organisations both large and small across West Berkshire and north Hampshire.
Recycle Week: This year West Berkshire Council is 'Stepping It Up' in the fight against Climate Change!
West Berkshire Council is proud to 'Step It Up' this Recycle Week (20 - 26 September 2021) in the biggest and best Recycle Week ever.
West Berkshire Council has reached its target for community goods donations in support of families affected by the Afghanistan conflict who are staying in temporary hotel accommodation in the district.
Enterprise Car Club and West Berkshire Council have joined forces to bring an exciting new transport service to Newbury.
As we focus on the recovery from COVID after a very difficult 14 months, no one is more pleased about the next steps than businesses who are opening their doors wide to welcome back their customers.
West Berkshire Council supports Keep Britain Tidy as it launches its Great British Spring Clean campaign.
Cllr Claire Rowles, who represents the Hungerford and Kintbury Ward, was appointed as the first Safer Street Champion, at the Annual Council meeting held on Tuesday 4 May 2021.
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.