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Greenham Trust's 25th Anniversary Tree Project

To celebrate 25 years of the Greenham Trust, and in support  of the Queen's Green Canopy (opens in new window), West Berkshire Council is working alongside the Greenham Trust to help them offer local schools, councils and community groups the opportunity to plant one or more trees to enhance the local environment for years to come.

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Applications for Casual Vacancies Closes on 6th October

As a reminder for anyone interested and who still has not submitted an application to the Clerk, your application must be with the Clerk on or before Wednesday the 6th October 2021.

To obtain an application form, please call 0118 933 1955 or email the.clerk@stratfield-mortimer.gov.uk (opens in new window)

 

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Your Library - Have Your Say

West Berkshire Council are currently undertaking a review of the whole library service, including mobile libraries, our 'At Home' service and e-library, regular activities for children and families, and annual events such as the Summer Reading Challenge, to see what could change to make the service better. WBC is also looking to the future, and thinking about how the library service might need to develop.

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Emergency Road Closure - Drury Lane

Drury Lane in the Parish of Mortimer is closed between 30th September and 6th October 2021,  the closure is from the junction of Turks Lane  and Pitfield Lane.

This is an emergency closure so that repairs can be made to a visible leak.

Residential access will be maintained throughout and the diversion will be signed on site.

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West Berkshire's 'Cut It Back' Campaign

Did you know that overgrown vegetation such as hedges, trees and flowers can put the safety of pedestrians and motorists at risk?

Residents and businesses are responsible for vegetation that overhangs from private property on to the public highway/footpaths within West Berkshire and they are urging people to 'cut it back'.

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