Welcome to the Pangbourne Parish Council Website

Published by the Parish Council, the site is for everyone who lives and works in the Civil Parish of Pangbourne, and for anyone who would like to find out more about our beautiful village.

On this site you will find the names and contact details of our Parish Councillors and also an overview of the aims and objectives of the council, with links to the minutes of meetings for the last year and the agenda for upcoming meetings.

We hope you find what you are looking for on the website. If you do have any feedback or suggestions, please let us know.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Parish Offices

Due to the ongoing situation, the Parish Council Offices currently remain closed to the public and we hope to be able to re-open as soon as we are able. Staff continue to support the residents and the community remotely or by appointment and are contactable on the clerk email address. Phone messages will be picked up regularly and please use email for anything urgent.

Pangbourne Village Hall
Following Government guidelines as a covid secure venue, we are delighted that Pangbourne Village Hall is open again for regular hirers and new bookings please look for further details in the village hall section of this website. Repairs to the small hall are almost complete.

Updates

We will endeavour to publish updates here. Please also check in with our Facebook and Twitter pages for the latest information.

Latest News

Road Closure

Published: 12 Oct 21

Horseshoe Road, Meadow Lane and Short Street will be resurfaced from 25 October Read More...

M4 J12 Roadworks

Published: 10 Oct 21

Traffic Signals at Junction 12 are being replaced - overnight closures. Read More...

Kerbing Works

Published: 20 Sep 21

Kerbing Works Horseshoe Rd, Meadowside Rd, Short Street Read More...

Notice of Vacancy

Published: 7 Sep 21

Read More...

Thames Valley Flood Scheme Consultation

Published: 27 Jul 21

Have your say and help shape the future of flood risk management Read More...

Garden/Food Waste Suspension

Published: 20 Jul 21

West Berkshire Council are temporarily suspending Garden Waste Collections Read More...