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In 2019 Winnersh Fete will be
Saturday 15th June.

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

Winnersh Summer Fete

Opportunity to become a Parish Councillor

Following the recent election, Winnersh Parish Council has three vacancies for councillors and would like to co-opt interested and enthusiastic Winnersh residents to fill these vacancies.

The council sits monthly on the second Tuesday of the month. There are three Standing Committees, which also usually meet on Tuesdays, and meetings are held at the Winnersh Community Centre at 19.45. New councillors will be expected to sit on one of the Committees and will also be invited to contribute to the three main events organised by the council: the annual Litter Pick, the Winnersh Summer Fete in June and the Christmas Lights Switch On in December.

So if you are interested in serving your local community then please register your interest with the Parish Clerk on 0118 978 0244 or at clerk@winnersh.gov.uk and come along to the next meeting of the council on 11 June. Before that why not come along to one of the committee meetings to get a feel for how the council operates.

On Saturday 15th June the residents of Winnersh and Sindlesham will come together with family and friends to enjoy a traditional family fete. Now in its 12th year the fete goes from strength to strength.

There will be lots of voluntary groups doing their best to entertain you while raising a little money to support their activities and some local businesses offering their wares.

Children will enjoy the free inflatables - mega-slide, obstacle course and bouncy castle - as well as the ever popular climbing wall and circus skills, whilst parents listen to the St Sebastian's Brass Band. The birds of prey and dog display will be back in the arena supported by local performing groups and ball drills from Winnersh Rangers Football Club. The wheelbarrow racing and Tug of War contests will again provide some fun - why not join in?

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

We are supporting Wokingham Homestart and the ARC Counselling Service as our main charities this year and our grateful thanks go to this year's sponsors: Bovis Homes, Nirvana Spa, Roy Wood Transits, AquaKing, Mayfields Guest House and the WBC Tenant Involvement Team.

Coming soon: the Winnersh Fete!

Winnersh Matters Summer edition

The latest edition of Winnersh Matters has been published and will be distributed throughout Winnersh and Sindlesham at the beginning of June. For an early look see here!