Theale Newsletters

Theale’s Future regularly composes editions of the village newsletter and local volunteers distribute them to all residents throughout Theale. Below are all the issues to date, with the most recent edition at the top. Click on any of the images to view the newsletter in full.

Issue 21 – Spring 2015

Theale Newsletter, Issue 21 (Spring 2016) Image

Features:
– Theale and Tilehurst Cricket Club
– Theale Carnival
– Theale Railway Station
– IKEA
– Lloyds Bank Closure
– WBC Budget Cuts
– Water Works at the Station
– New Primary School
– The Red Lion
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

Issue 20 – Winter 2015

Theale Newsletter, Issue 20 (Winter 2015) Image

Features:
– Theale Christmas Lights
– Theale Medical Centre
– West Berks Council Budget Proposals
– Theale Railway Station
– Theale Parish Housing
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

 

Issue 19 – Summer 2015

Theale Newsletter, Issue 19 (Summer 2015) Image

Features:
– Theale Carnival and Fete
– Theale Primary School
– Ikea
– Wayfinders
– Theale Railway Station
– New Roof for Holy Trinity
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

Issue 18 – Spring 2015

Theale Newsletter, Issue 18 (Spring 2015) Image

Features:
– Wayfinders
– Dancing in the Street
– Theale Carnival and Fete
– Theale Railway Station
– Theale Parish Plan
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

Issue 17 – Winter 2014

Theale Newsletter, Issue 17 (Winter 2014) Image

Features:
– Theale Christmas Lights
– Theale Medical Centre
– WW1 Centenary
– Theale Skate Park
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

 

Issue 16 – Autumm 2014

Theale Newsletter, Issue 16 (Autumn 2014) Image

Features:
– Proposed Housing Sites
– Theale’s Future (What we can and cannot do)
– WW1 Event
– Station Upgrade
– Ikea
– Jet Black Bus Service (pricing zone)
– What’s On

 

 

Issue 15 – Summer 2014

Theale Newsletter, Issue 15 (Summer 2014) Image

Features:
– Theale Remembers
– Rail Station Update
– Theale’s Future Public Meeting
– Thames Water
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

Issue 14 – Spring 2014

Theale Newsletter, Issue 14 (Spring 2014) Image

Features:
– Welcome to Spring
– Improving Life in Theale
– Theale’s Future Chairman
– Building Stronger Communities Conference
– Recycling Collection
– 1st Theale and Calcot Beaver Scout Group
– St. Luke’s Church
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

Issue 13 – Winter 2013

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Features:
– Christmas Lights 2013
– IKEA
– On The High Street
– “A Nice Place To Live”
– Parish Plan Refresh
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

Issue 12 – Autumn 2013

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Features:
– Theale Parish Plan
– Theale Station Upgrade
– Wanted…. A Village Agent
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

 

 

 

Issue 11 – Summer 2013

Theale Newsletter, Issue 11 (Summer 2013) Image

Features:
– Survey results
– Theale’s Future AGM
– Gas works
– Railway station upgrade
– Theale Green (recycling)
– Theale Friends

 

 

 

 

Issue 10 – Spring 2013

Theale Newsletter, Issue 10 (Spring 2013) Image

Features:
– Southern Gas – Roadworks
– Bluebell walks
– Recycling
– Green Theale
– A4 Crossing to Arlington
– Railway station improvements
– STANDBY volunteer group
– Newsletter survey
– What’s On
– Contact Us

 

Issue 9 – Winter 2012

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Features:
– Photographic Competition
– Christmas Lights
– Thank you (Financial donations)
– Roadworks Postponement
– Railway Station Lift Access
– Theale “Pumpking” 2012
– Theale Parish Council – Emergency Plan
– We Need You
– What’s On
– Click Online (use thealevillage.com)

Issue 8 – Summer 2012

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Features:
– Ikea
– Drains and Sewers
– Jubilee Celebration
– Olympic Torch
– Photographic Competition
– Holy Trinity Church 180th Anniversary
– Funding for Newsletter and leaflet printing
– Theale’s Future AGM
– Theale’s Future Vacancies
– Theale Scouting
– Theale Directory
– Contact Us

Issue 7 – Spring 2012

Theale Newsletter, Issue 7 (Spring 2012) Image

Features:
– Ikea
– Jet Black Bus Route
– Theale’s Future Public Meeting
– Library Opening Hours
– Station Access Update
– Diamond Jubilee Events
– Olympic Torch
– Activities for Young People
– New Recycling Centre (Padworth)
– Mini Recycling Centres
– Berkshire County Fair
– Contact Us

Issue 6 – Winter 2011

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Features:
– Why Not Join The Community?
– Improvements to Theale Railway Station
– What’s On
– Olympic Torch Visit to Theale
– A4 Crossing to Arligotn Business Park
– Dog Fouling
– Theale Business Network
– Digital Switchover
– Contact Us

 

 

 

Issue 5 – Summer 2011

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Features:
– IKEA Planning Permission
– Dog Fouling
– Theale Youth Club petition
– A4 Crossing to Arlington Business Park
– Village Design Statement
– Village Noticeboard
– Neighbourhood Watch
– Local Events
– Theale Library
– Theale’s Future – Join in!

 

 

 

Issue 4 – Spring 2011

Newsletter 4

Features:
– Theale’s Future Annual Get-Together
– Emergency Planning
– IKEA Planning Permission
– 2010 Trees
– Dog Fouling
– Train Station Access
– Vacancies
– Youth Provision Petition
– Local Events
– Theale’s Future Vacancies
– Contact Us

 

 

Issue 3 – Autumn 2010

Newsletter 3

Features:
– 2010 trees
– IKEA Planning Consultation
– Dog Fouling
– Village Action Plan Update
– Neighbourhood Watch
– Good Neighbour Scheme
– Footpath to Farm Shop
– Footbridge over A4
– Pincents Hill development (appeal)
– Theale Station Access
– Swimming Pool
– New MP – Alok Sharma
– Theale Gym

 

Issue 2 – Autumn 2009

Newsletter 2

Features:
– Large Development Planning Application Decisions
– Parish Plan Development
– Crossing Petition
– How Green Is My Village?
– Theale’s Future Vacancies
– Chistmas lights switch-on
– Recycling
– Good Neighbour Scheme
– Theale Library
– Black and White Photography at Theale Green School
– Photography Competition

 

 

Issue 1 – Spring 2009

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Features:
– Village questionnaire results
– Introducing thealevillage.com
– Neighbourhood Watch
– Neighbourhood Action Group
– Theale Green School
– Neighbourhood Warden Scheme begins