The Arts Week - now a firm favourite fixture in the October Half Term calendar with all ages, in the northern Parishes of Winkfield, Warfield and Binfield, drew to a very successful conclusion on Sunday. After a week of  art, craft, music and performance in the village halls and churches,  the Art & Craft Exhibition at the Brownlow Hall  and the Eton boys at St.Peter's Church, rounded off a superb programme. However there is one performance still to come.. Due to illness, the Recital by Maria Kesselman ( www.mariakesselman.co.uk    Promo you tube video link  ) has been postopned until Saturday November 20th.Go to www.arts-week.org and online ticket booking

Pictured Below| Aurora Spain Exhibiting Her Work at October's Arts Week Exhibition at Brownlow Hall

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WINKFIELD PARISH COUNCIL PUTS OUT THE CALL FOR COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS

Winkfield Parish Council is calling for nominations for its annual Parish People awards. Nominations must be received by Monday 15th December 2021 and the awards will be given at the Annual Parish Council meeting Tuesday 17th May 2022.

Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Emily Blyth said, ‘We have a strong and resilient community, where people care for each other. It is vital to remember the otherwise unsung heroes who help others. If you know someone in the parish who has done that little bit extra for a neighbour, picked up litter, cared for the environment or helped those in need, please let us know.’

The nomination form is available from info@winkfieldparishcouncil.gov.uk or by calling 01344885110.

In light of the climate crisis, the declaration of a climate emergency by both the RBWM and the BFC, as well as the Church of England’s commitment that every parish will be carbon neutral by 2030,  All Saints’, Ascot, has purchased and installed Solar PV panels and storage batteries for both All Saints Hall and King Edward’s Hall. 

These were blessed by the Right Revd. Olivia Graham, the Bishop of Reading (pictured above), at special services on the 24th October, 2021.  The service for King Edwards Hall, which is in King Edwards Road, North Ascot, was held at 9am . That for All Saints Hall, which is adjacent to All saints Church by the Heatherwood Roundabout in London road Ascot, took place at 10.30am. 

Read more: Bishop Olivia Blesses All Saints' & King Edward's Church Solar Panels

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On Wednesday 13 October 2021, over 100 guests joined The Rt. Hon. Sajid Javid MP Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, The Rt. Hon. Theresa May MP, the former Prime Minister and hosts Lord and Lady Ranger CBE for an exclusive dinner at the House of Lords to celebrate the work of frontline staff at Thames Hospice and to launch a new major giving initiative.

During the evening, keynote speeches highlighted the vital role that Thames Hospice and other hospices play in the UK health and social care system, their response to the coronavirus pandemic and the long term changes needed to the UK health sector.

Read more: Lord & Lady Ranger Host Exclusive Dinner in Aid of Thames Hospice

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Lewis of Sunningdale this week celebrated their 90th anniversary! This award-winning butcher is  proud to have served the local community since 1931 and would like to thank all of their amazing customers for their support.

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CLICK HERE to see PLANNING APPLICATION        PLANNING APPLICATION TO BE  CONSIDERED TUESDAY MARCH 2nd

The revised planning application  for the Sunningdale Health Hub that will bring together Magnolia House Surgery and Kings Corner Surgery on a single site and within a new, purpose-built building, will be considered by RBWM on Tuesday March 2nd 2022. Patients, carers and staff will all benefit from modern healthcare facilities that meet current standards and provide a significantly enhanced environment.   You can view the application on Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead planning portal website by searching for the application number 20/00969/FULL

There was an initial planning application for a Health Hub on the same site in 2020. However, a review of the NHS Long Term Plan as well as the impact of COVID-19, concluded that the requirements should be re-assessed and the space reconfigured to take account of changes in the way that GP practices and other health services now operate, including dedicated space for GPs and other professionals to conduct virtual appointments. The opportunity was also taken to appoint new architects and take a fresh approach to the design of the building, resulting in new and exciting plans.

The Sunningdale Health Hub will help deliver the strategic objectives of the wider Ascot Plan, which is to modernise primary and community care for local residents over the coming years and continue to improve on the health outcomes of local people.

The Hub will provide GP services and a range of community specialist services, including physiotherapy, minor procedures, mental health care, specialist nursing clinics and maternity care, as well as space for out of hours community and voluntary groups through the provision of a group room.

Read more: Revised Planning Application for Sunningdale Medical Hub

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CARE QUALITY COMMISSION RATES THAMES HOSPICE AS ‘OUTSTANDING’ Charity is one of just a handful of hospices to have been awarded highest possible accolade
Staff and volunteers at Thames Hospice have much to celebrate after receiving an ‘outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the independent regulator of health and social care services in England – following a recent inspection at the charity’s state-of-the-art facility by Bray Lake.
Under the new CQC inspection regime, hospices are subjected to the same level of scrutiny as hospitals, making this ‘outstanding’ rating incredibly special. The CQC found that Thames Hospice is outstanding in responding to people’s needs, treating families with dignity, kindness and respect and being well-led.
Local residents should be proud and feel very reassured that their hospice is now rated as one of the best in the country. In the last month alone, of 548 health and care establishments that were inspected, only seven were rated outstanding.

Read more: CQC Rates Thames Hospice 'Outstanding'

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