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In 2018 Winnersh Fete will be
Saturday 16th June.

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

For details of previous fete see here.

Winnersh Summer Fete

New Councillors Welcomed

Winnersh Parish Council welcomes five new Councillors to its ranks:

Cllrs Kiran Alluri, Vijay Bagha, Paul Fishwick,
Ben Krauze and Linda Wooldridge

Following resignations earlier in the year, parishioners were invited to express an interest in joining the council and to make a presentation to a council meeting. The new councillors were coopted at the council’s September and November meetings.

The resigning councillors were James Bray, Jeremy Curtis, David Green, Nick Kilby and Phil Ray . They resigned due to moving away from the area or gaining additional work commitments and we thank them for their considerable contributions to the work of the council over the past few years and wish them well for the future.

A Very Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year

to all residents of

Winnersh and Sindlesham

Join Us for ‘Lighting Up’

The Christmas ‘Lighting Up’ at the Winnersh Community Centre is being held on Friday 8th December starting at 6pm with carols and seasonal songs by pupils of Winnersh Primary School.  The lights will be switched at about 6:30 by the Wokingham Borough Mayor, Cllr Rob Stanton, followed by fireworks, as has become the tradition over the past few years.

Help Needed for Winnersh Fete 2018

A meeting was held at the end of November to kick off preparations for the annual fete in 2018. The fete will be held on Saturday 16th June at the Bearwood Recreation Ground.

A working group has been established to organise the fete but more help is needed if the fete is to continue its success in 2018. Would you like to give a hand with the organisation of the fete before and/or on the day or just want to find out more before you offer to help? - if so please get in contact by emailing fete@winnersh.gov.uk.

Invitations to local organisations to participate by running stalls or performing in the arena will be sent out early in the New Year.

Allotments Available

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 holders.

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 plot.

For more information or to apply for a plot contact the Parish Finance & Administration Officer.

Free mulled wine and mince pies will be on offer as well as soft drinks, so come along to enjoy this seasonal occasion. Coffee and tea will also be available to buy to aid the funds of the Winnersh Churches who we thank for all their help with the catering for this event. Hope to see you there!