Finchampstead Neighbourhood Action Group (FinchNAG)

Neighbourhood Action Groups (NAGs) are a key part of Neighbourhood Policing in Thames Valley

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The next meeting of the NAG will be held on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at 7.45pm at the FBC Centre, Gorse Ride North, Finchampstead RG40 4ES.

  Minutes of the previous meeting can be found here

The 2020 Community Litter Pick will take place on Sunday 29 March. Last year over 380 people took part, helping to keep the Parish clean and tidy, and we are hoping for even more this year. 
If you would like to do some more litter picking in your local area you can join the 'adopt a street' scheme - for information on this or the community litter pick please contact Finchampstead Parish Council on 0118 9088164 or email

Finchampstead NAG would very much like to increase its local resident membership. If you are interested then please complete the form below**

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Chairman's Introduction

Welcome to the Finchampstead Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) web-site.

The purpose of the NAG is to help improve community wellbeing and the quality of life for residents. The NAG is made up of local residents, local organisations and representatives from Thames Valley Police and both Wokingham Borough and Finchampstead Parish Councils.

Through working together we can help resolve community safety and other issues and concerns, to reduce crime and disorder and to bring about a greater sense of community spirit.

Residents are welcome to contact the NAG about local issues, but we also undertake surveys to identify concerns within the local community, and to draw up a list of priorities which we can work on.

This is a valuable Group but needs the support or and input from residents, so please get in touch at any time. 

Steve Bromley