Image of Temple Island and the rowing course
Image of Temple Island and the rowing course
Remenham Parish
Remenham Parish

Meet your local council members

Bill Ronald -  Chairman - Aston roads

Jacky and I moved to Aston 10 years ago where we discovered and refurbished our current home in the village.

Like many in the area we frequently count our blessings on the basis of our delightful rural environment.

My early career was in Chocolate at Mars Slough. More recently I have been a portfolio Non Executive Director for a variety of businesses and am a mentor with the FTSE Mentoring Foundation.

As a keen walker I roam our Parish marvelling at the scenery and cursing the litter louts.

As a frequent user of the lanes I am keen to see them appropriately maintained for cyclists and car drivers alike. As a councillor I will push to deliver this.

Franky Cookson - Website, Transparency Code and GDPR

Since 2000, I have lived in a farm cottage in Middle Culham, at the ‘East End’ of Remenham. My background is branding and marketing - and I run a marketing consultancy, specialising in environmental initiatives.   I love the views from my cottage, but worry about the A4130, with its traffic noise, speed and pollution, as well as litter thrown from vehicle windows.  I’m actively involved in our collective efforts to address these problems.  My main council task is to keep our website up to date, interesting – and compliant.  We aim to keep you informed on news and events, including regular police notices and road traffic updates.  I’m keen to keep the site full of colourful images of local events, so please send me your photos, as well as anything else that might add interest (parties, sports events, meetings, local history….).  Any information you send will be treated with the discretion demanded by the GDPR guidelines.  

John Merkel - Planning

Cynthia and I are delighted to have moved to such a vibrant village community and have been pleased to be a part of the Parish Council. We seem to have been constantly engaged with refurbishment and building since we moved to Green cottage in 2010. I was born in the United States but have been in London since 1988. I am a Lecturer in Conservation and Materials Science at University College London specialising in Conservation of metal artefacts, Archaeometallurgy, early metallurgical processes and sites in the Near East and South America. On the Parish Council I have been the main driver in the Neighbourhood Plan and have been the man on the ground in Marsh Mills.

Nigel Williams

I have lived in Horseshoe Cottages, Remenham Hill for around 15 years now. Before that I was living and working in Dubai for many years, but always owned a house in Wargrave. I grew up in Maidenhead and my late wife in Wargrave and Shiplake, so I know the area well.

Until recently I was a freelance broadcast engineer, working on TV projects in UK and abroad.

In the last few years I have witnessed the long overdue restoration of Park Place Estate and more recently the fields behind my house being transformed into a private polo facility for the Park Place Polo team.

Polly Hogan - Vice Chairperson

I have lived in Aston since 2010, I love our village and the surrounding area, I feel very lucky and privileged to live here and would like to play my part in keeping and improving the unique beauty of our parish.  I have a particular interest in the upkeep of the footpaths and the lanes. I walk locally every day and regularly drive and cycle throughout the area. Our community matters to me a great deal and I look forward to bringing a common sense approach to help address any concerns from within our neighbourhood.

Paul Binnel

I was born and raised in Remenham, living in the Old School House adjacent to the Village Hall until my early twenties. I spent a decade working in London and Sydney before returning to Henley with my now wife, Katy, in 2015. We soon moved to Remenham Hill and have two young daughters, Zoe and Mya. Katy is a regular in the Remenham Thespians amateur dramatics group and the children adore the local community and countryside.

I work for Visa, in corporate communications and sponsorship. 

Paul Sermon - Clerk

 

We have lived in the Parish since 2000, but my Remenham roots go back to Henry Surman. He was a Berkshire agricultural worker, who married Emma Eagleton of Assendon/Remenham in 1842. For a period the family lived in a cottage linked to Remenham Farm. I remain research active in a London University, but I also scull along the perimeter of the parish at least 3 times a week.

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ST NICHOLAS REMENHAM,

SERVICES 

FEBRUARY/March 2024

 

Sunday 3 March    

11.15am sung Matins (BCP) with hymns

 

Sunday 10 March – Mothering Sunday

11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) with hymns

 

Sunday 17 March

11.15am sung Matins (BCP) with hymns

 

Sunday 24 March – Palm Sunday

11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) with hymns

 

Friday 29 March – Good Friday

12 noon said Matins

 

Sunday 31 March – Easter Day

11.30am* Holy Communion (BCP) with hymns

*Please note the later start time of the Easter Day service as the Bishop is going to St Mary's that morning for a confirmation service.

www.remenhamparish.org.uk

Rectory Office – 01491 577340

rector.hwr@btinternet.com

 

We continue to hold a service every Sunday at 11.15am (details above).  The church is open daily from 9.30am to 4.00pm for private prayer.  

Rubbish & Recycling

Please click on the graphic above for the latest information - thank you

Traffic & Travel

Please click on the graphic above for the latest information on traffic and travel from Wokingham Borough Council - thank you

EMERGENCY INFORMATION

 

In emergencies defibrillators can soon be found at the following:
 
Remenham & Aston
locations:
Hambleden Lock
Opposite Temple Island
Remenham Parish Hall
The Flower Pot, Aston
The Leander Club
Upper Thames Rowing Club
 
Remenham Parish Council Oct
2023

 

Website Statistics

January 2024

2,166 unique visitors

3,989 pages viewed

 

Total for 2023

20, 171 unique visitors

40,930 pages viewed

 

Total for 2022

20,083 unique visitors

41,369 pages viewed

 

Total for  2021

17,193 unique visitors

40,926 pages viewed

 

Total for 2020

22,524 unique visitors

71,707 pages viewed

 

Total for 2019

23,107 unique visitors

67,374 pages viewed

 

Total for 2018

12,954 unique visitors 

48,218 pages viewed

 

Total for 2017

11,363 unique visitors 

35,942 pages viewed

 

Total for 2016 

10,546 unique visitors

30,430 pages viewed

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