Survey reveals 90 per cent of residents enjoy living in Bracknell Forest
Bracknell Forest residents agree the borough is a good place to live; they get on well with their neighbours, are satisfied with the way the council runs things and can influence decisions, according to the results of the latest residents' survey…
Community Awards - Who do YOU think deserves to be recognised for their good works locally? NOW is your chance to propose an award for a deserving individual or group working voluntarily in either of the two parishes of Crowthorne and Wokingham Without.
Crowthorne and Wokingham Without Parish Councils wish to give public recognition by an award to individuals who have contributed significantly to the quality of life in either of the two parishes by their public/community activity. A Special Award may also be given to a group or organisation established in either parish for its contribution to community life.
To view the latest quarterly report on the activities of the Crowthorne Parish Council see page 60 of the Crowthorne Eye
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Crowthorne Parish Council has appointed Oneill Homer (formerly RCOH) as planning consultants to assist in preparing a Neighbourhood Plan for Crowthorne Parish.
A Working Group has already met to discuss the plan and outline the necessary steps for completion.There will be regular Working Group meetings between now and the formal submission of policies to Bracknell Forest Council which the Parish Council anticipates will be in 2018.
Would you like to be part of the Working Group?
The Working Group, which includes representatives of both CPC and the community will meet regularly to develop the Neighbourhood Plan. If you have a vision for Crowthorne’s future and are interested in shaping its development, then please email…
Since the 25 January 2018, our Litter Warden has been out and about in the Parish collecting waste and recycling. The first month of litter collection has been extremely successful, hopefully you have noticed that Crowthorne is already looking much cleaner in the areas shown below: -
Crowthorne High Street (Inc former Rogers Way)
Dukes Ride (Crowthorne Station to Prince Pub)
Lower Broadmoor Road
From the 25 January to 16 February 2018, the following amount of litter and recycling has been collected: -
9 full 120 litre bags of general waste = 1,080 litres in total
7 full 80 litre bags of recycling waste = 560 litres in total.
The Parish Council will be continuing with this initiative, so if you see any locations within Crowthorne Parish which require attention please email the location and details to: email@example.com.
Crowthorne Parish Council has resolved to support Crowthorne Reduce Our Waste (C.R.O.W), who are committing to plastic free alternatives and supporting plastic free initiatives within the village to create a plastic free community.
The group's aim is to campaign to make Crowthorne Village reduce its use of single use materials and to encourage refusing, reducing, reusing and recycling.
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VACANCY - PART TIME GROUNDS PERSON
An opportunity has arisen for a part time grounds person to join the busy, hardworking team at Crowthorne Parish Council.
Do you enjoy working outdoors, with the challenge of maintaining a busy recreation ground and sports playing surfaces?
If you are flexible, approachable and a good team worker, then this may be the job for you.
The Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 23 July 2018.
Application forms should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrations and Events take place to mark the Centenary of Women's Suffrage and National Democracy Week
Last week a number of events were held throughout Bracknell Forest to celebrate the centenary of women getting the vote and the first National Democracy Week.
The Suffrage Flag was raised across the Borough including at the Morgan Centre in Crowthorne, Time Square Council Offices by Bracknell Forest Council and at Brooke House by Bracknell Town Council. This was part of a national suffrage flag relay where departments and agencies across government have flown the flag and hosted wider events to celebrate the centenary.
Councillors also visited Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne and Uplands Primary School in Sandhurst to talk about Women's Suffrage, democracy and fairness. Children learnt about the suffrage moment, took part in a mock ballot and discussed what fairness meant to them. They were also given a gift of a commemorative pin badge to celebrate the occasion.
This year marks 100 years since the Representation of the People Act 1918. The act gave women over 30 who owned property the right to vote, and eventually led to women getting full suffrage in 1928. The act also allowed men over the age of 21 to vote.
Further events will be taking place throughout the year including the siting of a permanent commemorative plaque in Crowthorne and Bracknell Town, a celebratory Tea Party at The Elms, visits to parliament for local schools and visits from local lecturers to Edgbarrow School on the impact of WW1 on the Suffrage Movement.
The events were held in conjunction with Bracknell Forest Council and the Women's Vote Centenary Grant Fund.