Helping Keep The Berkshire Community Local
Mon August 8, 2022
- Thames Water urges customers to save supplies amid heatwave - The company wants people to take shorter showers, fix dripping taps and swap hoses for watering cans.
- Full extent of NHS dentistry shortage revealed by far-reaching BBC research - Nine in 10 UK dentists are not accepting new adult patients, while eight in 10 are refusing children.
- Girl dies after going missing at Windsor water park - Members of the public helped search a lake before the girl was found by emergency services.
- Reading bus with climate change design hits the road - The bus is travelling across Reading for the next year to raise awareness about climate change.
The Community Council for Berkshire
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 8th October 2015
The Community Council for Berkshire (CCB) is one of a national network of independent charities working to overcome social exclusion. The CCB has a particular remit to enhance and enable communities in rural villages and towns.
CCB plays a vital role in partnership with the Countryside Agency, local authorities, the NHS and other governmental agencies helping to set up a variety of voluntary sector solutions to issues of public importance.
CCB’s experienced staff, based in Reading and Newbury, together with our extensive library of periodicals and bulletins, enables us to provide a “one-stop-shop” for information and specialist help on such issues as:
- Rural Affairs
- Rural transport
- Village halls
- Village shops
- Community Development projects
- Vital Villages
- Rural Towns
- Useful Links
- Charity advice and information
- The Environmental Trust
- Community groups including Friendship Clubs
- Strategic and local partnerships