Newbury, Berkshire , England
Town of Newbury, Berkshire
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The Town of Newbury, Berkshire is at the crossroads of southern England. Where the east-west M4 motorway (London - Bristol) intersects the north - south A34 (Manchester - Portsmouth). Newbury is less than an hour away from London , Oxford , Bristol and the South Coast. From its time as a thriving medieval centre and inland port, to its present position as home to some of the world's leading companies, Newbury has always been a centre of bustling commercial activity.
Newbury Town Council was created in April 1997 and in May of that year the people of the town elected twenty-four Councillors, (23 since 1st May 2003). The old Borough Council had been replaced by Newbury District Council in 1974 and, between 1974 and 1997, Charter Trustees looked after the interests of the town. The establishment of a Town Council was widely welcomed as a way of giving the people of Newbury a clear voice in local affairs.
Newbury Town Council
Town Hall, Market Place, Newbury, Berkshire. RG14 5AA
Telephone: +44 1635 35486
Official Newbury, Berkshire website: newbury.gov.uk