Welcome to Barkham
This web site is about Barkham, an attractive semi-rural area on the outskirts of Wokingham in the county of Berkshire, and is the work of the Barkham Village Residents Association (BVRA).
Our aim is to:
- provide news of what is going on in Barkham and the surrounding area
- supplement the information provided by our BVRA newsletters (4 issues each year)
- provide regular reports on Wokingham Borough Council’s development plan
- develop a stronger local community
Please give us your feedback on the website by clicking here to send a message to our webmaster
BVRA Secretary – could you help please?
We have a vacancy on the BVRA Committee for the role of Secretary. The main responsibilities are:
- Attend and participate in the quarterly committee meetings and Annual General Meeting (AGM)
- Take, agree & distribute minutes arising
- Solicit and collate officer AGM reports in advance of the public meeting
This is a key role to oil the wheels of the BVRA machine and to contribute your ideas in the development of the residents’ association!
Please contact Stewart Richardson for more information
Walks around Barkham
The Parish Council have published details of walks in Barkham and the surrounding area on their website. They have also supplied the attached maps of footpaths as updated by Paul Steel.
Click here to see the details on the Parish Council website.
Social Events Coming Soon
Dates to put in your diary for 2017:
30/09/17 Barn Dance
25/11/17 BVRA Quiz Night
BVRA Social Secretary Vacancy
Judith Collins has now stepped down as our Social Secretary as she is moving out of Barkham.
The Social Committee are currently sharing the social secretary duties between them so the social events are continuing, but we are still looking to replace Judith on a permanent basis. Please consider volunteering to take on this important and interesting role on behalf of the Barkham community. We will be happy to provide more details as to what the role entails and to support the new Social Secretary as they “learn the ropes”.
Alternatively, if would like to help but do not feel able to take on the leading role, the Social Committee is always looking for new members and ideas for events so please consider helping by joining the committee. Please contact Stewart Richardson here for more information.
Voice Your Opinion About Barkham
The Barkham Village Residents Association website was re-launched last year. Since then we have focused on bringing you the latest news about Barkham.
Now we offer you the chance to voice your opinion about Barkham - we are launching the Barkham Forum as part of this site. The forum will allow you to take part in discussions about matters that affect you in Barkham.
To visit the forum just select the 'Forum' option from the menu at the top of the screen, and remember you will need to register in order to be able to post on the forum.