West Berkshire's motion to support the Ukrainian Crisis
As families continue to escape their homes in war torn Ukraine, we continue to see the generosity of our local residents coming forward to offer support. At last night's Council meeting (17 March 2022), West Berkshire Councillors debated a motion to decide how we in West Berkshire can take part.
West Berkshire backs Keep Britain Tidy's #bigbagchallenge to help 'spring clean' Britain
One Bag - Big Difference: West Berkshire Council supports residents pledging to pick one bag of litter for the Great British Spring Clean campaign
Statement: The Regency Park Hotel in Thatcham
Hotel used by Home Office to house asylum seekers
Lawrences Lane Update - Order Agreed
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West Berkshire Council's Lynne Doherty shortlisted for Leader of the Year Award
The Leader of West Berkshire Council, Councillor Lynne Doherty, has been shortlisted for the Local Government Information Unit's (LGIU) award for Leader of the Year.
Support for vulnerable households now available through the new Household Support Fund
Vulnerable households across the country will be able to access a new national £500m support fund to help them with essentials over the coming months as the country continues its recovery from the pandemic.
Take the Budget Challenge using our Budget Simulator
Take part in our budget simulator, and tell us how you would allocate our annual funding.
Calling all Independent Local Businesses
This Christmas, the West Berkshire Economy department and Environment department have teamed up to create a 'Shop Local Shop Green' digital magazine featuring the best independent local businesses with a green agenda for residents to shop in!
Withdrawal of Faraday Road Planning Application
West Berkshire Council is to open temporary public sports and recreation space at the former Faraday Road football ground site by the end of the year.
Pringles tubes and other paper food containers with metal ends now accepted at West Berkshire Recycling Centres
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