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In 2016 Winnersh Fete was
on
Saturday 18th June.







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

For details see here and for last year’s fete see here.


Winnersh Summer Fete


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A Work in Progress

The Mole Road road works were completed ahead of schedule, but now we have two more major projects in the area:


Arbor Lane will be closed between Bathurst Road and Barley Gardens from 25 July for approx 3 weeks to lay new electricity cables. Access to houses in Arbor Lane and roads off it will be maintained from one end or the other of Arbor Lane as the work proceeds along the road.

Road Works - July and August


The A329(M) Viaduct will have major repairs from 22 July. A contraflow will be in operation with a single lane in both directions, with likely congestion and delays at peak times. The entry slip road westwards towards Reading will be closed, but the entry towards the M4 and both exits will remain open.

Annual Audit Return


The Council’s Annual Return submitted for audit may be inspected at the Parish office on reasonable notice between 20 June and 29 July. For full details see the Audit Notice.

Abbeyfield Donation from Summer Fete

A great afternoon was had by many Winnersh and Sindlesham residents at the Winnersh Summer Fete. The fete had well over fifty local voluntary groups and businesses providing a fun afternoon on Saturday 18th June at the Bearwood Recreation Ground.


There were the usual popular attractions such as the bouncy castle, climbing wall and dog agility display as well as some new ones such as mini-golf and a falconry display which went down very well with those attending.


There was no charge for any of the voluntary groups but the fete raised funds centrally from the raffle and charges for commercial participants. As a result a donation of £500 has been made to Abbeyfield Winnersh towards a memory garden at the new  dementia care home in Woodward Close.


Parish Councillors were taken on a tour of the impressive 62 room home before the Fete Working Group Chairman, Cllr John Southgate, presented a cheque to the Abbeyfield Operations Manager, Michelle Cox.


Another donation from the proceeds of the fete will be going to Reading Family Aid.


Many thanks go to everyone who helped to make the fete a great success again this year, including this years’s sponsors Prospect Estate Agency, Bovis Homes, Bromley Garage Services and Bulldog Triumph.


Cllr John Southgate, Fete Chairman, presents a cheque to Michelle Cox, Abbeyfield Winnersh Operations Manager, with (L to R) Sarah Cooper, Cllr Geoff Harper and Cllr Rachelle Shepherd-Dubey