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April 2024 update

By Amy White East Woodhay Parish Council

Wednesday, 24 April 2024


East Woodhay Parish Council Contributor


Trade St Boardwalk

As Spring comes the wooded area around the boardwalk below Trade Street is once again becoming infested with Himalayan Balsam and brambles.

Himalayan Balsam is an invasive and alien species as its name implies, and the bramble impedes the growth and spread of the lovely wild daffodils that grace the woodland in March.

To clear and slow the spread of bramble and balsam East Woodhay Parish Council is hoping to recruit volunteers for two working parties – one on weekend of 25th and 26th May for the Himalayan Balsam and the second on the weekend of 26th and 27th October for bramble clearing. We can only do these types of activities if we have volunteers to support us- If you are interested in helping out please contact Cllr Denys Blakeway: or phone 01635 255175.

We currently have 2 vacancies on our parish council and are actively recruiting enthusiastic and community minded people to come and join us.
Are you interested or concerned about planning in our parish?
We have many planning applications per month that our Planning Committee review and comment on, and we are looking to increase the capacity of the Committee; we ensure that all councillors are fully trained and supported.
Come along to any of our meetings (details on to see what we get up to and find out how you can get involved in supporting the parish.
Annual Parish Meeting
Come along and enjoy a drink and nibble and informal chat with us on 20th May EWVH, 8pm.
Contact the clerk for more information.

Contact Information

Amy White

Find East Woodhay Parish Council

Guilton Ash, Tile Barn, Woolton Hill, East Woodhay, Newbury, Hampshire, RG20 9UX