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    Greenham Control Tower

Support is available

If you are struggling at the moment then support is available the Samaritans 24 hour helpline is 116 123.
If you are experiencing any form of domestic abuse then please reach out to A2Dominion they provide a range of services including a local helpline open 10am-7pm Monday to Friday 0800 731 0055. Alternatively there is a 24 hour national helpline 0808 200 0247. In an emergency call 999.

Greenham Control Tower Cafe

The Greenham Control tower cafe will be reopening on the 22nd May 2021.  Contact the Control Tower for more information at info@greenhamtower.org.uk

Greenham Parish Council's Environmental Strategy

Greenham Parish Council would like to receive your feedback on the Council's new draft Environmental Strategy.

Please send your comments to Lisa Blake, Parish Clerk, at clerk@greenham.gov.uk

13 October 2021

Full Council Meeting

St Mary's Church, Greenham Wednesday 7:30 pm View Details
10 November 2021

Full Council Meeting

St Mary's Church, Greenham Wednesday 7:30 pm View Details

Latest Parish News

Greenham in Bloom Photography Competition

Greenham Control Tower


September 2021
Greenham in Bloom

Greenham In Bloom Photographic Competition Winners

The entries are all in for the Greenham in Bloom Photographic competition and the winners have been chosen. Prizes to be awarded for the winners in each category and age categories. There will also be a prize for the overall winner.

Date: 25th September 2021

Venue: Greenham Control Tower

Time: 10:30am

New Road Footpath - Greenham

West Berkshire


August 2021
New Road Footpath - Greenham

New Footpath - New Road, Greenham

Pressure from your Parish council has secured a commitment and confirmation from the West Berkshire Planning Authority that in the future, there will be a new off-road footpath linking New Road and Pyle Hill between St Mary’s church and The Willows School, created initially by the two new housing developments and also linking to the existing path through West Wood, which was the work of former parish council Chair Diane Smith.

The development of the footpaths will be phased as the consented development work takes place over the next couple of years. 

When the other recently consented development goes ahead linking Pyle Hill to Pinchington Lane next to the retail park, it will provide a pleasant, almost level, traffic free ‘active travel’ route for everyone in the parish living at the top of the hill.

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