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The Hungerford and Kintbury Ward
news can be found here
Please give us a hand – Oak Trees in Inkpen
We need your
help to measure oak trees. Measuring tree
girths helps us to evaluate changes that have taken place in
Inkpen and enable future researchers to evaluate the effect of
on tree growth and distribution. This is work
of real value, be part of it. Go to inkpenhistory.uk
to find out more
We’re changing the opening dates for the café to the first
and third Thursdays of each month
, starting this December.
This is to make it easier for residents to work out when it’s on.
So, in November, the café will only be open on the 16th, but twice
each month thereafter, always on the first and third Thursdays.
Many thanks for your considerable support. Keep coming!
Going for a walk
If you want a breath of fresh air and some exercise, check out
the Inkpen walks
but keep your distance from others, that's at least 6 feet apart
in old money. If you feel that you should wear a face mask when
outdoors, then checkout the design given on the News
On the news page
this month there are a number of updates
including from the Inkpen Primary School and pre-school, from
the Playing field trust and Village Hall, and there's this
months Police Report .
Climate change issues.
It WILL cost around £160 to capture 1 metric tonne of
carbon from the atmosphere, when it's up and running. Forty
mature oak trees (or Beech, Ash, Willow etc.) do that NOW if you
just leave them alone. Each tree is doing a payback of £4 a
year. They pay for their keep, help keep you cool in the summer
and warm in the winter.
We are depending on renewables to help us get to net-zero carbon
emissions. If you'd like to see what contribution renewables are
making on a daily basis, have a look here