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Twyford Parish Council

Representing and providing services and facilities, for the benefit of all who live in, or pass through Twyford in Berkshire.

Twyforward 2020

Twyford Arts & Crafts Festival

We are gathering Twyford’s experiences and thoughts during this strange time. In months and years to come, we will look back and celebrate the strength of our community.

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Twyford Parish Council

Twyford Village

The attractive Berkshire village of Twyford sits South of the A4, neighbouring Charvil to the West, Ruscombe to the East and Hurst to the South

Twyford Parish Council

Twyford Allotments

Providing two allotment areas in the village of Twyford, in Berkshire

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Stanlake Meadow

Recreation ground offering recreation facilities for all ages

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Parish Council Meetings

Meeting residents and reporting the council's activities at the Parish Annual Meeting

What We Do

Find out more about what Twyford Parish Council do and the projects we are involved in.

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What We Own

Find out more about what Twyford Parish Council own and what they are responsible for.

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Find out more about our council meetings, when they are and read our agendas and minutes.

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About Twyford Parish Council

This Council comprises elected councillors, who give their time voluntarily and whose aim is to represent the village in local issues affecting the community and to provide services and facilities for the benefit of all who live in, or pass through Twyford in Berkshire. The Council has no political affiliation and this independence enables it to consider all issues without influence when interfacing with Wokingham Borough Council and commercial organisations whose activities and proposals may impact on our village.

Twyford Village, Berkshire, (population 7,000), has prospered over the centuries as a result of its excellent communication links. The first settlement resulted from the bridging of the 2 fords on the Loddon. Later, the village became an important centre for stage coaching between London and the west. The village population grew further with the development of the railways and many railway construction workers lived in Twyford whilst working on the cuttings and Brunel’s bridges.

Now, in the twenty first century, although excellent transport links continue to benefit the residents of Twyford and the surrounding areas, the village has much more to offer and recommend it. Examples of the amenities include two recreation grounds, a nature reserve, four  schools, three places of worship, a community centre, a modern health centre, a police station (manned part time), a library and a village shopping centre with a variety of restaurants, pubs and places to browse : all this in addition to a railway station, proximity to the arterial A4 and accessible bus routes.

The parishioners of Twyford have the opportunity to join a variety of clubs and associations, all available locally, in the village. Twyford maintains and extends a strong feeling of community. One can enjoy the benefits of a village life, with easy access to Reading, Henley, Wokingham and London whilst the countryside is just a walk away, via a number of attractive footpaths.

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Twyford Parish Council Stands Against Any Form of Discrimination

Twyford Parish Council stands against any form of discrimination, racism and injustice. The unfortunate circumstances surrounding the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, America,
reminds us that we must not tolerate injustice in any form.

The Parish Council will work with our communities to bring about meaningful change. We are committed to listening and learning how we can most effectively challenge inequality and stamp out injustice.

This year with Covid-19, it has been a testing time for our community and Twyford has demonstrated its strength, resilience and support for each other, irrespective of our differences. Sadly we have seen many infections and deaths in this country as a result of the pandemic, and the
disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on people who are from BAME communities
has been deeply worrying.

Please keep safe and know that in Twyford we truly believe that Black Lives Matter.