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In 2020 Winnersh Fete will be
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Saturday 20th June.







A traditional family fete with free entrance, parking and attractions.



Winnersh Summer Fete

Parish Council seeks three new Councillors

Would you like to help your local community by becoming a Parish Councillor? Do you have a few hours you could spare to attend meetings and help with the running of the Council? If so, we want to hear from you.

This is a voluntary role so you won't be paid, but there is a lot of satisfaction to be gained from helping run local services for local people.      

Winnersh Parish Council is based at the Winnersh Community Centre (located at Bearwood Recreation Ground) where we maintain the recreation ground, sports pitches, play area, outdoor gym and the community centre. We also manage the newly created allotment garden in Woodward Close. More details about what we do can be found on our website www.winnersh.gov.uk.

If you would like to find out more then please contact the Chairman of the Council, Cllr Paul Fishwick Tel: 0118 989 3769 or Philip Stoneman (Parish Clerk) Tel: 0118 978 0244 or email: clerk@winnersh.gov.uk

An application form is available from the Parish Office to be completed and returned by Tuesday 2 July. Applications will then be considered at the Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 9 July.   

On Saturday 15th June large numbers of residents of Winnersh and Sindlesham came together with family and friends to enjoy a traditional family fete, now in its 12th year.

There were many voluntary groups doing their best to entertain while raising a little money to support their activities and several local businesses offering their wares.

Children enjoyed the free inflatables - mega-slide, obstacle course and bouncy castle - as well as the ever popular climbing wall and circus skills, whilst parents listened to the St Sebastian's Brass Band. The birds of prey display was again a great hit with young and old as were the wheelbarrow racing and Tug of War contests. They were supported in the arena by local performing groups and ball drills from Winnersh Rangers Football Club.

Winnersh Fete Brings Community Together

During the fete two of the oldest trees on the recreation ground were ‘named’. In conjunction with the Wokingham District Veteran Trees Association, the council named the trees to give them a ‘personality’ which will hopefully make them valued more by the community and raise awareness of the beneficial role that trees have on the environment for us all. The trees were named The Walter Oak (after the Walter family who lived on the Bearwood estate - see right) and The Sindlesham Oak.

Unaudited Annual Return 2018/19

The Parish Council’s annual accounts have been completed and approved by the Council but not yet audited. The Council’s accounting records may be inspected from
1st July to 9th August on application to the Responsible Financial Officer with reasonable notice. Follow links for the formal notice, annual governance statement (and explanatory note), accounting statements and internal audit report (all PDF files).

Bovis Homes

Nirvana Spa

Roy Wood Transits

AquaKing

Mayfields Guest House

Volker Highways

WBC Tenant Involvement Team

The Scouts catered for those who enjoy a burger while the Winnersh Churches again provided hot drinks and cakes. Ice cream, candy floss, speciality coffee was also available as well as drinks from the Community Hall bar.

The fete supported Wokingham Homestart and the ARC Counselling Service as our main charities this year and our grateful thanks go to all this year's sponsors: