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Dave & Jamie standing outside Central library… WITH A VENGEANCE!

Cuts to Reading Library services come into effect this September

21 September 2018

Unfortunately, library users in Reading can expect to see a number of cuts to the service starting this month and into October, including a reduction in opening hours.

Oh, child. It's David McElroy.

How to Decorate a Half-a-million Pound White Elephant, by Reading Borough Council

20 September 2018

Unfortunately Reading and Wokingham are pressing ahead with updated designs for a new road by the Thames. Greens urge people to get involved with the SOAR campaign against this scheme.

Dave McElroy (right) campaigning re: Palmer Park Library opening hours.

Residents urged to look out for Voter Registration Details in the post

23 July 2018

Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on matters that affect them by completing their annual canvass form and returning it to their local authority as soon as possible.

Dave McElroy (right) campaigning

Palmer Park Library to continue to open on Saturdays

19 July 2018

Palmer Park Library will remain open to the public following the petition and an amendment made to library proposals discussed at a meeting of the Council’s Policy Committee on July 16th.

Recycling bins

Reading and Wokingham Councils sending tonnes of recycling to China

05 July 2018

Greens concerned about Reading Council’s poor recycling record.

Road by Thames turned down

26 June 2018

Greens welcome Wokingham Council seeing sense and refusing planning permission for the Road by the Thames (East Reading Mass Rapid Transit).

Consultation on cuts to bus passes for disabled passengers

06 June 2018

Greens are concerned about cuts to bus passes for disabled passengers and urge people to respond to the consultation.

Success in Park and within touching distance in Redlands

04 May 2018

Green councillor Rob White has been re-elected in Park Ward and Kizzi Johannessen consolidated her 2nd place in Redlands.

Kizzi and Rob outside Redlands Primary School

Reading Green Party launch manifesto for a more caring town

30 April 2018

Reading Green Party candidates Kizzi Johannessen and cllr Rob White launch their local election mini-manifesto calling for courageous and principled policies to create a more caring town.

Street party (party party party)

Remember: deadline for street party applications 20th April

13 April 2018

Communities wishing to hold street parties this summer are being reminded to send in their applications now to avoid paying the usual road closure fees.

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