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Annual Parish Meeting

Annual Parish Meeting 21st April 2021 at 8pm Please join us for our first Annual Parish Meeting online! Click here for the meeting Agenda.   You will hear reports from all the committees and from our guest speaker Fiona Hewer.…

Green Prescriptions Initiative

Did you know Twyford Parish Council are supporting a new local Green Prescriptions initiative? The project is based on the Hurst Road Allotment site and is led by Cllr Rohana Abeywardana.  His inspiration came partly from a talk given to…

The BIG Twyford Tree Planting Project

It was just over a year ago when the Howard family made contact with Twyford Parish Council asking if we could help them to realise their ambition to plant a forest. The family had been collecting seeds and had planted…

Remembrance Sunday

Due to the latest government restrictions, the local Remembrance Sunday services for Twyford, Ruscombe and Hurst will be held online! Please view the service and laying of the wreaths on YouTube this Sunday morning from 10.50am: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnCAP-9SvIlZJDeIDiA1L7A

Halloween in Twyford

Rather than cancelling Halloween this year due to the coronavirus pandemic local resident Rebecca decided to create a Halloween Hunt for the wannabe trick or treaters in the village. Households were able to join a specially created online group where…

Planning & Amenities White Paper Consultation

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have opened the following consultations: White Paper – Planning for the Future (Consultation deadline 29/10/20) Transparency & Competition (Consultation deadline 30/10/20) Should you wish to respond to either of these, details can…

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…