The Disability Discrimination Act 2005 (DDA) gives disabled people rights of access to everyday services, including those provided by local councils. Service providers have an obligation to make reasonable adjustments to their premises or to the way they provide a service.

Our Web Site

Wokingham Town Council's web site has been designed to ensure that it can be read by the widest possible audience using a variety of equipment including Personal Computers, Macintosh Computers, Personal Digital Assistants and Screen Readers.

Our web site has been tested with all the popular browser software including Safari, Opera, Firefox and Internet Explorer (Version 6 onwards). Please make sure that you are using the latest available version for your computer.

If you have difficulty reading the pages, your browser will include the facility to make either the text or the whole page bigger. Look for View>Text Size or View>Zoom in your browser's menu.

Finally, if you have any difficulty using this web site, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Town Hall

Wokingham Town Hall is a Listed Building, and to some extent this places limits on modifications that can be carried out to the fabric of the building.

Nevertheless, Wokingham Town Council has taken steps to ensure that wherever possible the Town Hall is accessible to all our guests, and has the staff and equipment to provide assistance where needed.

Read our Access Statement.

Our Services

Local Information

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Rooms for hire

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Virtual Museum


Wokingham in Bloom

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Wokingham Weather

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Market Place

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WWI Remembrance