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Wokingham Borough Council’s £50m climate change commitment

    Wokingham Borough Council commits £50million over three years to jumpstart the borough on its journey to be carbon neutral by 2030 The council has outlined eight key action areas as it looks to reduce its carbon footprint following its climate emergency declaration last summer. Plans, backed at a full council meeting last night […]

Local roadworks update - 21 January

Local roadworks update – 21 January

For more information, please click the link in the road name or contact Customer Services at Wokingham Borough Council (0118 9746000) who can also provide individual contractor details.   Park Lane, Charvil, Wokingham 28 January – 28 January Delays likely – Diversion route Name: Diversion Location: Park Lane Description: Streetworks / License – Streetworks  Responsibility […]

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Wokingham Volunteer Fair

Wokingham Volunteer Centre Recruitment Fair

        Wokingham Volunteer Centre is hosting its next Volunteer Recruitment Fair on Saturday 18 January 10.00 – 13.00   Charities from across the borough will be available to talk about what they do, including groups that support the elderly, children and families, young people, the homeless, people with mental or physical health […]

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Improved technology for carers

Improved technology for local carers

    Wokingham Borough Council specialist Technology Enabled Care (TEC) team uses the latest technology to improve families’ quality of life   Case study Bonnie, 26, has profound global development delay which affects her ability to learn to walk or talk, pick up new skills, and interact with others socially and emotionally. Bonnie suffers multiple seizures […]

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Wokingham Borough congestion

Smarter traffic control across Wokingham Borough

        Congestion is one of Wokingham Borough Council’s most common and frequently reported concerns. The Council is now taking bold action to combat this and cut its carbon footprint in the process. It is a delicate juggling act coordinating roadworks and minimising congestion so that they do not clash. Wokingham Borough Council’s new […]

Bridleway closure in WOodley
Bridleway closure

Bridleway closure in Woodley

Please note that Woodley Bridleway 5 (running from Woodlands Avenue to Kingfisher Drive) has needed to be closed to enable works to be undertaken by Scottish and Southern Electricity. It is anticipated that the works will be complete by 24th February 2020.

Local roadworks update - 14 January

Local roadworks update – 14 January

For more information on each instance of roadworks, please click the link in the road name or contact the responsible organisation.   A3290 A3290 Alpha, Earley, Wokingham 16 January — 17 January Delays likely – Lane closure Works location: Just before the winnersh triangle junction Works description: Bridge Bearing inspections – lane 1  Responsibility for […]

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Learning disability support

Increased support for local residents with learning disabilities

      Wokingham Borough Council has committed £19.8million to make Wokingham Borough, with the support of its partners, the very best place for people with a learning disability to live, learn, work and feel supported.  This week the council’s learning disability strategy was approved by its decision-making executive. The council have been consulting with […]

Local roadworks update - 08 January 2020

For more information on each instance of roadworks, please click the link in the road or contact the responsible organisation.   A404m From M4 J8/9 Roundabout To J9a N, Windsor And Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead 10 January – 11 January Delays likely – Diversion route Name: Diversion Location: A404m From M4 J8/9 Roundabout To J9a […]

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South West trains promise

South West Trains new promise

    Newly appointed Managing Director of South West Trains, Mark Hopwood, has announced five improvements to the network’s service, which, he says he will be accountable for.   “I’m making five commitments to which you can hold me. Increase the number of trains running on time, and address problems like trains running with fewer […]

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ID required to visit Re3 centres

ID required to visit Re3 centres

As of 1st February 2020, residents visiting re3 Recycling Centres will be required to present documentation that identifies them as residents of the re3 area: Bracknell Forest, Reading or Wokingham Boroughs. Residents are urged to note that the windscreen stickers will no longer be accepted as proof of residency.   The windscreen permits are already […]

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