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    East Ilsley Parish Council

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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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Covid-19 Insight Research from West Berkshire Council

West Berkshire


November 2020
Residents of Berkshire - your public health team want to hear from you!

From West Berkshire Council:

We need your help on how we can communicate key COVID-19 messages across West Berkshire in an engaging and motivating way.

Our Insights survey has been designed to understand people’s views and attitudes towards Covid-19, national guidance and existing communications.

We are offering a chance to win a £50 shopping voucher as a thank you for taking part.

Please follow this link to complete the survey in full. There’s a link on the page for people to use if they want help with translation. The survey closes on Sunday, 22 November.

This survey is being carried out by Social Change UK, an independent research company. All of the answers will be stored securely and kept confidential.

West Berkshire Council Supports Campaign to Wrap up Christmas for those in need

West Berkshire


November 2020

West Berkshire Council is supporting two great Christmas gift giving campaigns this year to show people in need that others in their community are thinking of them.

The Council is launching its annual Giving Tree campaign, which provides gifts for victims of Domestic Abuse and their families over Christmas. This year we’ve also created a special Community Santa project for people who have been experiencing hardship due to Covid and have been nominated by their communities to receive a gift.

Due to restrictions as a result of the pandemic, this is being done digitally this year and the Council is asking people to choose a recipient via two digital pages for Community Santa and Giving Tree at

They will be able to select a label with anonymised information on the person they will be buying for, for example ‘Girl age 9’ or ‘Man age 82’. Once they have made their choice, they will receive details on how to arrange delivery of the gift to the council, which will then arrange for gifts to be distributed to individuals.

The campaign also provides a good opportunity to support local businesses by buying gifts from local retailers. West Berkshire Council will be using its social media channels to encourage gift givers to ‘Shop Local’ this Christmas, whether online where necessary or in person when possible.

Graham Pask, Chairman of West Berkshire Council said: “We are proud to be supporting The Giving Tree again this year as it has shown great success in previous years and are also excited to have developed the new Community Santa campaign so that more people in need can experience a little festive cheer.

“Although the pandemic has added a layer of complexity to how we’re running the campaigns, we have worked hard to make sure both can take place in a Covid secure way.

“We’ve seen incredible community support and strength during Covid and this is reflected in the number of nominations for gifts that we are receiving for Community Santa.

The Giving Tree remains as important as ever during a time of stress and upheaval for many people who are suffering Domestic Abuse and having to leave their homes in order for them and their families to stay safe.”

“We asking local people to go to and donate a gift to a fellow resident who is having a particularly difficult year. Of course, we know that many gift givers will themselves have been affected so we’re asking them to donate what they can as every donation, regardless of size, is so very welcome.”

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