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Welcome to East Ilsley Parish Council


The official website for East Ilsley Parish Council and online destination for news and information about all aspects of village life.

East Ilsley is an attractive village in the administrative boundary of West Berkshire District Council. We are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, just to the south of the Ridgeway and west of the A34. Our village has two public houses, a primary school, allotments, a recreation ground and the Millennium Green.

You can follow us on Twitter @eastilsleypari1 and find us on Facebook @eiparishcouncil and click ‘Like’ on our page to get all the latest information.  We are now on Instagram!  @eastilsleypc

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Please help us to improve East Ilsley and keep our village safe by reporting any incidents within the Parish. Use our contact form to report anything from fly tipping and vandalism to dog fouling.  Report it

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Mental Health & Wellbeing in West Berkshire Webinar

on Zoom

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April 2021
Mental Health & Wellbeing Conference

Laura Farris MP is delighted to co-host Greenham Trust’s next Community Forum, on Friday 30 April at 10am. Please join this online event to hear a range of expert speakers discussing both the challenges and opportunities that have been experienced by all ages in West Berkshire over the last year. There will be a particular focus on younger people, with information being provided about the resources and support services available.

Contributors include:

· Healthwatch

· West Berkshire Council – Public Health

· Time to Talk

· Berkshire Youth

· Homestart West Berkshire

· West Berkshire Suicide Prevention

· Eight Bells for Mental Health

· Charlie Waller Trust

Questions can be submitted in advance to laura.farris.mp@parliament.uk and registrations made here:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/2616155613301/WN_yMWlCVtWT6q9xzpYkhIvbA

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Funeral To Take Place In Windsor

Windsor

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April 2021
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

The Royal Household has announced that the funeral of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh is to take place in Windsor on Saturday 17 April.
The Ceremonial Royal Funeral will take place at St George’s Chapel within the grounds of Windsor Castle.

In line with the Royal Household’s wishes and Government advice, Thames Valley Police is asking the public not to gather at Royal residences, such as Windsor Castle, at this time and to continue to follow public health advice particularly on avoiding meeting in large groups and minimising travel.

The force is also supporting the Royal Household in asking that floral tributes are not laid at Windsor Castle and to encourage people to consider making a donation to a charity.
An online book of condolence has been set up for anyone wishing to pay their respects to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

During this time of national mourning, there is an increased police presence and a broad range of security measures in place in and around Windsor. Some of these measures are visible, such as the extensive network of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) and Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) barriers, as well as our Mounted Section, whilst some measures are unseen.

Thames Valley Police Assistant Chief Constable Ben Snuggs, strategic commander for the funeral, said: “We understand that people will want to pay their respects to HRH the Duke of Edinburgh and to the Royal Family during this time of national mourning.

“However, we would ask that the public respect the Royal Household’s wishes and the Government advice by minimising travel and not gathering in groups. Instead, we would ask people to use the online book of condolence which has been set up by the Royal Household.

“There will continue to be a police presence in Windsor in the lead up to and on the day of the funeral as part of our measures to ensure public health and safety and protective security.

“Our thoughts remain with the Royal Family and all those affected at this very difficult time.”Email tracking gif

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