Our next parish meeting will be held on 6th May 2021 @ 7pm at via video conferencing the agenda has all the details AGENDA
We are looking for 1 new Councillor why not join the meeting to find out how the PC is run, for details on how to apply Application Details
Midgham Parish Council’ response to West Berkshire Council Local Plan Review 2020-2037
WEST BERKSHIRE AND NHS
COVID-19 INFORMATION AND ALERTS
West Berks Council Issues Thank you to Parish Councils and parish volunteers. Click on the links below:
Please red the latest update from West Berks 32 Hub Bulletin 19_01_20
WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL UPDATES ON COVID-19
information for residents webpage details about changes to council services
information for businesses webpage a list of frequently asked questions about measures in place to support businesses
community support hub webpage guidance to help coordinate community organisations
ABOUT MIDGHAM PARISH
Midgham is a small village that lies 6 miles east of Newbury and 2 miles east of Thatcham, with a population of 334. The A4, the river Kennet, the Kennet and Avon canal and the railway all run through the parish. The river Kennet forms the southern boundary.
The village extends to the north 4.5 miles south of the M4 motorway, New Road Hill in the east, West Berkshire crematorium in the west, Midgham Marsh (south of the A4 road) in the south and to Midgham Green to the north.
Grid reference: SU5567
Below is a photograph of St Matthew’s Church Midgham Visit St Matthew’s Church website
Councillors and residents roll up their sleeves and clear footpaths
Vice Chairman Alex Bingley tackling a fallen tree across the footpath
Clearing the stinging nettles!
The Parish Council wish to thank Caroline Hinke and her family for giving up their time to clear the footpath
Midgham is proud to have a DEFIBRILATOR sited at the end of Birds Lane
Thanks to a great team effort from the Parish Councillors, the generosity of a benefactor who wishes to remain anonymous and also thanks to Mr Tom Porteous for providing the power to the unit, Midgham now boasts its own defibrillator. Whilst we all hope it will never be needed, it gives peace of mind to residents of the village knowing it’s there just in case.
Report a problem
If you notice any problems in the Midgham area such as highways, potholes or overgrown vegetation please report it here.