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Back to school - travelling safely

UllaKarin Clark says: I would like to reassure parents and students about the measures which have been put in place on our buses, including the additional services. These have been implemented alongside the companies providing our school transport services, following Government and Public Health England guidance, in order to keep children as safe as possible.

On line visit to CLASP

 John Redwood MP joined the Wokingham CLASP members' Tuesday Chat on Zoom and discussed support for the Learning Disability Community.

Schools are ready to welcome pupils back in September!

Getting children back into school is absolutely vital to give them the education they need and deserve. We know how important it is to keep our young people safe and measures have been put in place at every school in our borough.

Waterproof sacks to replace black boxes for recycling

The waterproof sacks were found to be the most practical and effective option for keeping paper and card dry, while minimising cost and providing best-value for residents and retaining weekly collections.

Eco-friendly plastic kerbs part of new cycleway

Plastic kerbstones made from recycled materials have been installed as part of a new cycleway to help people travel in and out of Wokingham town centre. Using plastic kerbs reduces the amount of carbon produced in manufacturing, transport and construction by about 40% compared to concrete kerbing.