Local information from Wanborough Parish Council.

Charitable or non-commercial groups in the Wanborough area can promote their organisation and events through this site. Simply send details to info@wanborough.info

Site last updated 25.05.18

Welcome to the Wanborough Parish Website

Wanborough.Info is supported by Wanborough Parish Council, to provide information about the parish. You'll find the agenda, minutes of full parish council meetings. You'll also find other interesting information about the community, local organisations, amenities, events and useful contacts.

Contact Wanborough Parish Council at
The Parish Clerk's hours are Monday to Wednesday, 9am to 4pm.

Latest News
  • Parish Council
    Wanborough Parish Council – Notice of Vacancy on Wanborough Parish Council

    Further to the previous notification of vacancy, a request has been made by 10 electors to hold a By Election to fill the Parish Councillor vacancy at Wanborough Parish Council.

    Full details here →
  • Wanborough Fun Run 2018
    It's the perfect Fathers' Day treat!

    The Wanborough Fun Run will take place at Hooper's Field on Sunday 17th June.

    More Details Here →
  • Wanborough Scarecrow Trail 2018
    The annual Scarecrow Trail has now finished.

    The answers and winners will be posted here shortly.
  • Hooper’s Field Project Committee
    Parish Council are looking for a few volunteers to join the "Project Committee" for Hooper's Field.

    In particular Parish Council are looking for residents who might have relevant experience in project management. The new Committee will comprise of Councillors, Representatives from Clubs and Residents.

    If you are interested please contact the Parish Clerk on e-mail wanboroughpc@btinternet.com
  • Farmers' Market
    The next farmers' market is on Saturday 16th June, 9am to midday, in Wanborough Village Hall.

    Email sbirley@gn.apc.org or phone 790438 for more info.
  • Church Services through to July
    More Here →
  • Ridgeway Ward:
    Contact your Borough Councillor,
    Gary Sumner →