|Friends group is open for membership A newly formed charity The Friends of St Mary’s & St John’s is being supported by an increasing number of people in the Whitchurch...|
|The Real Mr Toad is launched at Hardwick Every seat was taken at a book launch yesterday (21st October) at Hardwick House. A new biography, written by Oxford historian Michael...|
|Raised walkway through trees suggested Jean Bull of Swanston Field has responded to the Bridge Company’s request for comments on improving the Pangbourne approach road. Having...|
|Pangbourne approach road options studied Peter Brett Associates, engineering consultants to the Whitchurch Bridge Company, have completed a 68-page report into the options for widening...|
- What else is new
- Saturday’s Art Cafe raised funds towards re-opening Pangbourne public toilets – report here; pictures here.
- Relax and let the bus take you into Reading. The timetable for the 143 bus service, currently subsidised by the parish council, is here.
- Applications for the vacant position on the parish council, following the resignation of James Polansky, must be received by 2nd November. Revised details here.
- The Art & Craft Exhibition on 19th/20th November is approaching. Entry details can be found here. The theme for the Joyce Voysey prize this year is 'Trees'.
- What's on
- Thu 27 Oct Green and Brown Bin Collection
- Sat 29 Oct THE ART CAFE - The Old Rectory Stables - 10.00 am-12.30 pm - in aid of British Legion & fabulous knitted poppies!
- Sat 29 Oct SINGLES NIGHT at The Greyhound - 8.00 pm-midnight.
- Sun 30 Oct FRUIT AND FUNGI FORAY FOR HALLOWEEN - Chalkhills, Hardwick Road - from 1.30 pm.
- Tue 1 Nov COMMUNITY COFFEE MORNING - The Old Stables - 10.30 am-Midday
- Message board
- "Hello, can anyone recommend a reliable cleaner? Thanks"
- "I think that Jean Bull's idea of a separate raised walkway through the trees on the Pangbourne..."
- "If you are thinking of selling your 3/4+ bed property in the village we would love to hear from..."
- "Just want to say what an amazing and innovative idea Jean Bull has had for widening the road and..."