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In 2018 Winnersh Fete will be on Saturday 16th June.
A traditional family fete with free entrance, parking and attractions.
On Saturday 17th June many Winnersh and Sindlesham residents, and lots from further
afield, gathered for our annual community get-together and enjoyed all the fun of
a traditional family fete. The sun shone brightly for the fete’s tenth anniversary,
after some disappointing weather over the past two years, and made the afternoon
all the more enjoyable.
Fifty six local charities, voluntary groups and businesses provided entertainment
for the many hundreds of people who turned out to support the fete and free attractions
included a climbing wall, bouncy castles for all ages, a mega-slide and the ever
popular Circus Scene.
The Parish Council rents out more than 75 allotments at its site off the Reading
Road. Plots are now available for Winnersh residents who wish to become allotment
Some of the allotments have been split into half-size plots which are more manageable
for some established allotment holders and provide opportunities for newer ones to
get started without taking on a whole plot (maintaining an allotment is hard though
rewarding work!). The annual rent is only £35 for a full plot and £20 for a half
Winnersh Parish Council has two (further) vacancies for councillors caused by recent
resignations. A bye-election to fill one or both the vacancies will be held if, within
14 days from 8th August, ten electors for the North and/or South wards of the parish
give notice in writing claiming such an election to the Returning Officer at Wokingham
Borough Council. The formal Notices of Vacancy are here (South ward) and here (North
ward). If no such notice is given the Parish Council may fill the vacancies by co-option.
An impressive display of birds of prey, Morris dancing and a dog agility display
were joined by local groups to entertain in the arena and our thanks to those who
came forward to compete in the wheelbarrow races.
The Scouts almost sold out of burgers, hot dogs and drinks while the Winnersh Churches
provided cakes and cream teas in the hall.
This year Just Around the Corner and Winnersh in Need benefitted from our central
fund raising to the tune of £500 each while all the voluntary groups kept there own
‘profits’ which ran into thousand of pounds. Our thanks go to Prospect Estate Agency,
Balfour Beatty and the Wokingham Borough Council Tenant Involvement Team for jointly
sponsoring the fete with Winnersh Parish Council, and to Earley ATC for managing
the car park.