Under normal circumstances, on the second Monday of every month (apart from August), your Parish Councillors meet at 8.00pm at the Parish Hall. However, during the Covid pandemic, our meetings are held virtually, via Zoom, starting at 5.30pm. If you would like to join us, please contact email@example.com so we can send you a Zoom invitation.
We are the eyes, ears and voice of Remenham. We are very informal. You will be able to speak freely and contribute as you wish. Your input will be very welcome. After all we are here to represent your views – so we want to hear them. You might be surprised at the range of issues we address at each meeting: topics like traffic, inappropriate developments, noise, litter, the impact of the weather – and a whole range of other local issues. We also have a welfare role, so our remit is broad.
We cannot make or change the law ourselves except in very limited areas, but we have the ear of Wokingham Borough Council – and they DO have the power to make changes.
So with your help, we can protect and enhance the environment of Remenham – and the lives of all who live here.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
RPC was pleased to hear that John Halsall has been elected Leader of Conservatives in Wokingham. In the light of his increased workload it is agreed that John Merkel would become RPC Chairman, with John Halsall becoming RPC Vice Chairman. To fit in to an even more tightly-packed diary, RPC has agreed to move future meetings to 8pm on the second Monday of each month via Zoom.
Although the Neighbourhood Plan itself has been overtaken by events and is no longer a necessity, the results of the Survey conducted during 2016 have now been professionally and independently analysed. An executive summary of the findings and the full analysis - which makes impressive reading - is attached below.
Sunday 27 February
11.15am said Holy Communion (BCP)
Please maintain social distancing, wear a mask and
use the hand sanitiser on entry to church
Public worship resumed from 3rd December and details of our services, including Christmas are above. Sadly, there is still no congregational singing allowed and we will be observing social distancing and wearing masks. The church continues to be open every day for private prayer.
Cleaning protocols etc are in place in church.
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