Welcome to the website of Kidmore End Parish Council
Our aim is to provide information on-line for the people of Kidmore End Parish, which includes the village of Kidmore End and the hamlets of Cane End, Chalkhouse Green, Gallowstree Common and Tokers Green.
Use the links to find out more.
The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Most of the Parish of Kidmore End is already included in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Council would like to see the AONB extended to include all of the parish.
Find out more about this...
Change in the Availability of Recycling Facilities
From Friday 1 July, it will no longer be possible for residents from outside the council areas of Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell Forest who do not hold permits to use the recycling centre at Island Road ('Smallmead') in Reading.
Find out more...
An overview of the past year's activities from the Chairman of the Parish Council. Read it here...
There are presently two plots
available at the Cane End allotments. Potential tenants should know that there is, unfortunately, no water supply at these allotments as yet – the Council is waiting to settle the easement for a pipe to the site. The rent is presently £15 per plot per annum.
Enquiries should be made to the Clerk to the Council:
- by post: Roger Penfold, 30 Venetia Close, Emmer Green, Reading RG4 8UG
- by phone: 0118 947 3130
- by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Priority will be given to applicants from the original 'area of benefit', set out in the 19th century enclosure award.
The local police
Recent local burglaries
, how you can help fight crime or become a TVP mystery shopper, the Community Police Officer Award, scam alerts, local crime figures, the Police and Crime Plan for the Thames Valley, latest neighbourhood updates, and more. Find out here...
Make the most of NHS health services by choosing the option that is right for your needs, saving yourself time and inconvenience, and getting the most appropriate treatment. Find out more...
Gallowstree Common Pavilion
The pavilion at Gallowstree Common Recreation Ground is now available for other community activities in addition to cricket and football. Find out more...
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