Newbury Town Council are inviting local residents take part in a Public Consultation regarding improvements to the Wash Common Recreation Ground and Open Space. The Town Council already provide a number of recreation facilities on the site and would like your views on how the area could be improved.
This year’s Newbury Town Civic Awards presentation took place online with a pre-recoded video being showcased on their Facebook page and website on Wednesday 17th March announcing the winners of the awards.
Would you like to hear about the plans of the Town Council and the District Council for Newbury to 2024? Or how the West Berkshire Town Centre study is progressing? If you would also like to hear how business in Newbury plans to re-open after Lockdown, then The Annual Town Meeting is the place to be! The Mayor of Newbury, Cllr Elizabeth O’Keeffe, invites the electors of Newbury to the meeting, which takes place on Zoom at 7pm on 22 March 2021.
Newbury Town Council have plans to plant an NHS Commemorative garden at Old Hospital Green, on Andover Road. The green space, which is home to the ‘Binary Conversation’ sculpture, has been chosen by the Council’s Green Spaces Working Group for the new scheme. Herbs, shrubs and plants, widely known for their medicinal qualities, will be planted.
There is legislation (the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000) that introduces a 2026 ‘cut-off date’ beyond which any public footpaths or bridleways that have existed since before 1949, but which are not recorded on the Definitive Map and Statement, will be automatically extinguished.