Welcome to Silchester Parish Council Website
Silchester is a village and civil parish about 5 miles (8 km) north of Basingstoke in Hampshire. It is adjacent to the county boundary with Berkshire and about 9 miles (14 km) south-west of Reading.
Silchester is most notable for the archaeological site and Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum, which was first occupied by the Romans in about AD 45 and includes what is considered the best-preserved Roman wall in Great Britain.
Volunteer Working Party - 16/11/2019The next Silchester Common Working Party of the New Season will take place this Saturday (16th November) beginning at 9:30.
Traffic Calming Gateways Project - 05/11/2019
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Traffic Calming Gateways Project Presentation - 04/11/2019
A display of the proposed signs and gateways will be available for inspection at the Village Hall on Monday 4th November at 7.00pm prior to the next Parish Council meeting in the Club Room at 7.30pm.
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Volunteer Working Party - 19/10/2019The next Silchester Common Working Party of the New Season will take place this Saturday (19th October) beginning at 9:30.
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Pamber Forest Newsletter 14/10/2019
Volunteer Working Party - 21/09/2019The first Silchester Common Working Party of the New Season will take place this Saturday (21st September) beginning at 9:30. Work will b e carried out at the bottom of the common. Follow Footpath No 1 down the side of the Dukes Ride estate and curve round to the right at the bottom and you will find us. Alternatively, for those coming from Impstone Road, follow String Lane down the hill and turn left before you go over the bridge at the bottom.
Latest updates on 17/00653/RET - Land Adjacent to Culhams Mill can be found on the Calleva Society Website: https://callevasociety.org/
Great Fire of London - Silchester links
Cllr Keith Chapman of Hampshire County Council recently attended an afternoon tea hosted by the Lord Mayor London to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. The event was to also thank the towns and boroughs who had most contributed to the rebuilding of the City after the Fire. Silchester Parish donated 15 shillings, and this is shown in the records of the time. Photos of the Silchester records can be seen here.