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25Jan 22

Local Plan Update – Parish Council’s Response

Charvil Parish Council has responded to the Wokingham Borough Council Local Plan Update Consultation and the text of this appears below. If you have any questions please contact A printable form of the Chavil Parish Council comments can be…

09Dec 21

Tree Planting in Charvil a huge success!

National Tree Planting Week saw the successful conclusion of what has been a completely new departure for Charvil Parish Council - the development of a geniunely collaborative effort involving Wokingham Borough Council, Charvil Parish Council, local tree experts and most…

09Dec 21

Three More Parish Councillors Needed

With the recent resignations of Claire Andersen and Jim Gillett, Charvil Parish Council now has three vacancies. This is an exciting, yet challenging time for the Council. In conjunction with some very able and dedicated members of our community, the…

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Nature Trail

The Nature Trail is a great way to begin learning about the flora and fauna in Charvil and some of the work being done to protect it. It’s especially suitable for young children exploring the country park but grown-ups will enjoy it too.

 Conservation Opportunities in Charvil

Whether you have been involved with the tree planting projects or not, or would like to get involved on a practical level to improve some of the more neglected corners of Charvil, there will be the opportunity to come and help with two days of clearing some of the scrub in the park behind The Hawthorns, to improve the biodiversity of the area by removing some of the garden escapees, and rejuvenating some of the neglected bushes that border the park. These sessions will take place on Wednesday 26th January and Wednesday 23rd March at 10am to 2.30pm, with a break for refreshments and lunch. Tools will be provided, as will light refreshments, but please bring your own lunch. They are being run by Conserve Reading on Wednesdays (CRoW), hence the Wednesday sessions, and the hope is that enough people are willing to get involved, to start Charvil’s very own Conservation group, under CRoW’s guidance. If you would like more information, please contact me at

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Due to Covid related absences, there is no article this month

Meetings now part of Full Council until further notice

Amenities Committee Meeting

Meetings now part of Full Council until further notice

Planning, Environment and Highways Committee

Monday 17th January 2022

Full Council Meeting

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