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The Craven Arms 

Christmas Fayre

Saturday 7th December 2.30-7pm

This event is in aid to raise funds for the Enborne Primary School.

Please come along and help to support your local School and Pub!




A local landowner raised concerns over dog waste found in his field at the corner of Andover Drove and Enborne Street. The field is crossed by a public footpath and is popular with dog walkers. WBC has put up signs asking the public to keep their dogs on the lead and to clear up dog waste. Some members of the public are ignoring the signs and both letting their dogs off the lead and not clearing up their dogs waste. This has an adverse commercial impact on the farmer who cannot pass the criteria for “food quality” grading of his farm products and can also impact the health of his animals.

Please be responsible and please pick up after your dog!


Next Parish Council Meeting

TUESDAY 14th January 2020

The next Meeting of Enborne Parish Council will start at 8pm in the Barn, St Michaels and All Angels Church, Enborne Rd, Enborne RG20 0HB. 

The Parish Council Meeting will follow 'The Poors Allotment Charity' Meeting commencing at 7.30pm.

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Defibrillator in Falkland Cricket Club

We are delighted to annouce the defibrillator is now installed in the Falkland Cricket Club. It is located on the outside wall of the pavilion facing the car park. If the car park barrier is down at night there is a pedestrian entrance 50 yds to the north.

If you come accross someone who has had a cardiac arrest, its vital to call 999 and start CPR. They will give you the code to the cabinet where you will find the defibrillator. You shouldn't be afraid of using a defibrillator as anyone can use them in an emergency by following clear spoken instructions, you dont need training to use one. 


Enborne Parish Plan

The Enborne Parish Plan 2018, which sets local priorities, was adpoted by the council on the 21st May 2018 and has been endorsed by West Berkshire Council.
Wash Common Library

West Berkshire District Council Executive have approved the transfer of the Lease of the Library building to Newbury Town Council, who in turn will lease the building to the Friends of Wash Common Library to enable this to be run as a Community Library.

Their goal if to have the library re-opened this year and until then the Book Exchange will continue to run on Saturday mornings

Please get in touch with the Friends of Wash Common Library if you have any further questons:




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