There are a number of Wokingham Borough Council run and managed facilities within the parish of Winnersh.
The Rainbow Community and Children’s Centre
The community building is maintained by Wokingham Borough Council. Events and activities are arranged by Wokingham Borough Council, Winnersh Children’s Centre and the Centre Forward Community Action Group, a voluntary organisation run by local residents. Fore more information visit the website here.
Winnersh Meadows is a popular place for wildlife, and the council’s grounds maintenance is carried out in the interest of biodiversity.
With wetland areas, copse and thickets, and designated long grass meadow areas the council aims to support wildlife here including great crested newts. There is also an outdoor gym, a basket ball court, picnic tables and a football goal. Find some suggested walks around Winnersh Meadows here.
Old Forest Road Meadows
Old Forest Road Meadows is one of 13 new parks created by Wokingham Borough Council. It is perfectly positioned for those living in Emmbrook and Winnersh, residents can gain access to wildflower meadows through the pedestrian entrance off Old Forest Road, Winnersh. Walk along the river Emmbrook and enjoy the local wildlife. More information can he found here.
There are a number of Wokingham Borough Council run play areas within Winnersh. A full list can be found here.
Winnersh library offers a wide range of books and other reading materials for you to borrow. Other facilities available here:
- Collection point for blue bin bags, garden waste sacks, food waste boxes and bags and recycling boxes.
- Public PC’s and printing available.
- Wi-Fi available to use with your library card and pin number.
Download information leaflet about Wokingham Borough Council’s libraries and opening times here.