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Newbury Town Council have carried out a Risk assessment required under the COVID-19 Government Guidance for managing playgrounds and has concluded that the Council are not able, at this time, to comply with all of the requirements. In particular, the recommendation in Section 4, ‘Key principles for safely re-opening’. This Council...

NEWBURY’S TOWN CENTRE BUSINESSES HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD TO CREATE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR YOU TO VISIT, AND THEY ARE DELIGHTED TO BE ABLE TO WELCOME YOU BACK TO THEIR STORES. Great care has been taken to prepare the town centre for the reopening of non-essential...

Newbury’s Business Improvement District (BID) is pleased to announce the launch of its ‘Open for Business’ web page, providing a single source of information for visitors to Newbury town centre as non-essential shops and businesses begin to reopen. The BID’s Operations Manager, Alison Drummond, explains “Great...

Newbury Town Council has awarded a further £1,914 in grants to assist projects and proposals helping the elderly, vulnerable and at-risk communities in Newbury in response to the coronavirus crisis. The organisations which have received funding are: Dingley’s Promise £450 Dingley’s Promise delivers life changing support to under 5’s with additional needs and disabilities...

The easing of lockdown restrictions and the sunny weather has seen a welcome return of people to parks and recreation grounds. However, a few careless and inconsiderate people are ruining it for others. Newbury Town Council reported that over the weekend and Monday they had significant issues with litter/rubbish collection...