Village News

All the latest news from Brimpton Village.

AWE drop-in session

AWE are holding an informal drop in session hosted by John Steele and Philippa Kent. Date                Monday April 23 Time               6.00pm – 7.00pm.                   Venue             Aldermaston Recreational Society   This will provide an opportunity for local people to…

Parish Plan

  The Parish Council has decided to revise the Parish Plan. Published in 2003, the Plan was written to guide the policies of the Parish Council and to influence the decisions of West Berkshire Council and other organisations. The basis…

Planned roadworks in Brimpton

  The Parish Council have received notification of planned roadworks in Brimpton as follows :- Brimpton Lane from 12th April 2018 for 2 days.  Retexturing work to be carried out from 370m North of Shalford Hill to 300m North of…

Brimpton Primary School - rated GOOD

Congratulations to Brimpton Primary School which following its inspection by OFSTED has been graded as "Good". A copy of the report has been sent to parents and is available on the OFSTED website. This is a great tribute to the…

Parish Council mailing list

The Parish Council is putting together an email list which will be used to alert local residents to plans, proposals or events that may affect the village.  If you would like to be included in this mailing list please email …

Railway works between Reading and Newbury

The Council have been informed that Network Rail will be carrying out work on the railway line between Reading and Newbury throughout 2018. The first programme of work will be carried out between Monday 12 and Friday 16 March 2018…

Brimpton Open Gardens Event 2018

  The 2018 Brimpton Open Gardens event will take place on Saturday 16 June, from 2pm to 5pm. We are looking for gardens within walking distance of St Peter's Church, where refreshments will be available. If you would be willing…

Grants for environmental projects

The Brimpton Parish Research Association has closed and its funds of approximately £2,600 have been passed to Brimpton Parish Council to administer. It has been agreed with the BPRA that the funds will be used for projects to improve the…