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Greenham Parish Council celebrates “great” attendance at Control Tower assembly





Greenham Parish Council is celebrating a “great” turnout at its community assembly on Thursday (April 25).

The council wishes to thank all who attended.

Thanks were also given to its Greenham Bloom Competition photo winners, Steve Gouldstone and Eloise Henwood.

Greenham Parish Councillors at the Control Tower
Greenham Parish Councillors at the Control Tower
Greenham in Bloom Competition winners Steve Gouldstone, overall winner for his super Red Kite Picture, and Eloise Henwood, for best in category for her Spring in my Street
Greenham in Bloom Competition winners Steve Gouldstone, overall winner for his super Red Kite Picture, and Eloise Henwood, for best in category for her Spring in my Street

Councillor Alison Blackborow, the council’s community engagement lead, was thanked for her work keeping Greenham green with the Greener Greenham Group.

Linda Waller was gifted flowers and thanked for her work picking up dog waste around the common.

She has filled 3,000 bags in total so far.

Linda Waller smiling after her presentation of thanks and flowers she received for picking up dog waste around the Common
Linda Waller smiling after her presentation of thanks and flowers she received for picking up dog waste around the Common

“If you don’t know Linda, she is one in a million that keeps our common clear of dog waste,” said parish clerk, Kim Lloyd, who organised the event.

“If we had more Lindas, we would save a small fortune in our council tax.”

Greenham Parish Councillors pose at the Control Tower
Greenham Parish Councillors pose at the Control Tower

And last but not least, thanks were given to councillor Billy Drummond for his tireless work in the community and his work liaising and holding West Berkshire Council to account.



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