Open to the public: 10am - 12 noon
Phone: 01344 771425
Email:

Who is our local MP?

The Local MP for this area is Dr Phillip Lee.

020 7219 2804 or email his office: leepa@parliament.uk

Can I speak at a Parish Council Meeting?

Yes. There is a formal public question time prior to Council Meetings and you may be allowed to speak at the Chairman’s discretion.

If you have an issue that is pressing that you wish the Council to consider then, in the first instance, write to the Council. If your issue can wait then you have an opportunity to put your questions or comments to the Council at the Annual Parish Meeting. Another approach you may take is to ask any Councillor to take the matter up on your behalf.

Can I write to the Council?

You may write to the Council Offices or you may write to an individual Councillor.

Who are our Borough Councillors?

They are as follows:

Cllr Pauline Helliar-Symons, 17 Eagle Close, Crowthorne, RG45 6TP Tel: 01344 774909

Cllr Angus Ross, 3 Barkham Manor, Barkham, Wokingham RG41 4DQ Tel: 07944 877 806

Cllr David Sleight, 114 Ellis Road, Crowthorne, RG45 6PH Tel: 01344 775673

The Borough Councillors hold a monthly surgery on the second Saturday of each month at the Howard Palmer Room, St Sebastian’s Memorial Hall, Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham RG40 3BA between 10am and noon.

How do I contact Wokingham Borough Council?

0118 974 6000 or www.wokingham.gov.uk.

How do I benefit from recycling?

There are a number of benefits of recycling:

  • saves you money
  • conserves natural resources
  • saves energy
  • saves landfill space
  • protects the environment

It is up to you to buy recycled products and ‘close the loop’. This will boost markets for recycled products, making recycling more worthwhile and economically viable.

Where are the recycling sites in Wokingham Without Parish?

  • Pinewood Centre, Old Wokingham Road
  • St Sebastian’s Memorial Hall, Honey Hill

Brown paper sacks for garden waste are available from the Parish Office. You may purchase if you live in Wokingham Without Parish, the office is open between 10am-12noon. Sacks are £1 each.

Can I buy extra blue sacks at the Parish Office?

Blue refuse sacks can be purchase from the Parish Office between 10am-12 noon. A roll of 10 sacks are £4. Please bring the correct money.

SORRY NO CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED.

Blue Waste sacks are also sold by ROGERS in Greenwood Road and Finchampstead Baptist Church Library. 0118 908 8176. They are open Saturdays 9.30am – 12.30pm.

How many residents are there in Wokingham Without Parish?

  • Households: 2772, from the 2011 Census.
  • Population: 8024 as of March 2013.