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Welcome to Sunningdale Parish Council

Eileen Ufton receives the William Pack cup for best allotment in 2014 - posted 19th August 2014



Digest of Latest Additions / Changes

Garden in Bloom 2014 results

Selected snaps from the Allotment site

Neighbourhood Watch August 2014 Newsletter

Council Meeting Minutes - July 2014

Planning Meeting Minutes - July 22nd, 2014

Council Meeting Agenda - September 2014

Planning Meeting Agenda - August 19th, 2014

Newsolder news items

Neighbourhood Plan website. This website still exists but the name has changed. ascotandthesunnings.com has now become ascotandthesunnings.wordpress.com
posted September 1st, 2014.

FURTHER CHANGES TO PARISH COUNCIL EMAIL ADDRESSES. Two new addresses have been set up. They are anne.martin@sunningdaleparish.org.uk and info@sunningdaleparish.org.uk. Please use these addresses from now on. Any emails that happen to be sent to sunningdaleparishcouncil@outlook.com will be automatically forwarded to one of the above addresses for the moment.
posted August 29th, 2014.

Notice of Vacancy for a Parish Councillor. Click here for further information on the requirements for a Parish Councillor and details of how to apply.
posted July 24th, 2014.

NEW PARISH COUNCIL EMAIL ADDRESS. Please note that our various email addresses which ended in "@rbwm.gov.uk" now no longer exist. The new email address with immediate effect is sunningdaleparishcouncil@outlook.com.
posted July 16th, 2014.

Allotment awards for 2014. Pictured above, Eileen Ufton receives the William Pack cup from Christine Gadd, chairman of the Parish Council, for the best allotment in 2014. Pam and David Stanley came second with Mary and Michael Looney third.  Daphne and David Evans won the best mixed plot award while Olena Farquhar was voted best newcomer.
posted August 19th, 2014.

Sunningdale Gardens in Bloom 2014. This year's winners are Mike and Judy Rimell of the Hollies in Broomhall Lane, while the runner-up is Bill Mead of 40 Coworth Close. 
posted August 21st, 2014.

The 2014 Sunningdale Area Carnival will be held on Sunday 14th September, 2014 at Broomhall Rec from 11am to 4pm. The theme this year will be "Heroes". Check out their website for further details nearer the date.
posted 20th July, 2014.


Ascot Area Neighbourhood Watch August 2014 Newsletter. The latest newsletter is in the process of being delivered to local residents. The online version can be viewed here. 
posted August 29th, 2014.


The July 2014 Parish Newsletter will shortly be delivered to households. Meanwhile, here is the online version.
posted July 2nd, 2014.

Sports coaching at the Rec. Sports coach, Mitchell Rogers, will be organising games and sports every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon during the summer holidays, starting on July 29th: 2pm to 3pm for 8 year-olds and under; and 3pm to 4pm for 9 year-olds and above. See the flyer.
posted July 2nd, 2014.

Renewable Energy Open Day on Sunday 28 September 2014. This is an opportunity to learn from others who have installed renewable energy systems, whether solar, log, pellet and other schemes to help you implement and pay for renewable energy. Full details of the homes open to view will be provided on the Parish Council website in due course. At the Parish Office you can meet Leah Robson, Sustainable Solar Solutions, a cooperative in Staines. This coincides with the ASCENT Grassroots Community Environment Festival. For further details on the ASCENT Festival visit www.ascentascot.org
posted July 2nd, 2014.

Community book exchange. Pictured above (courtesy of Ascot Matters), the phone box on Chobham Road has been converted into a community book exchange. Pop in to take or deliver a book to ensure a steady turnover. Tina in Bird is keeping an eye on it.
posted July 2nd, 2014.

London Road Car Park. From the end of July 2014 parking will be restricted to short stay (3 hours) or business permit holders between 8am and 6pm Monday to Saturday. Full details can be found in the July 2014 Parish Newsletter.
posted April 20th, 2014. updated July 2nd, 2014.

The 2014 Ascot Project Retirement Fair will be held on Wednesday 20th August at The Grandstand, Ascot Racecourse. Here is the flyer for the event.
posted 18th July, 2014.


Volunteering initiative launched. WAM Get Involved was launched by RBWM at Maidenhead Town Hall on Wednesday July 2nd, 2014. The objective is to facilitate volunteering across the borough. Further details can be found on our Volunteering page.
posted July 2nd, 2014.

Community Garden. The cool and relatively unsettled weather in August has slowed down many crops. Indeed, some of them seem to think that autumn has arrived already. The warmer weather that is currently forecast for early September will hopefully convince them that they still have work to do! Here is a list of possible late summer and autumn jobs on your plot.
posted August 29th, 2014.




New gazebo installed at Broomhall Rec - posted 13th June 2014
Advert for Room
Forthcoming Meetings & Events
Parish Council Meeting -  2nd Sep 2014.
Sunningdale Area Carnival
14th September 2014.
Planning Meeting - 16th Sep 2014.

Parish Council Meeting -  7th Oct 2014.
Planning Meeting - 21st Oct 2014.

Parish Council Meeting -  4th Nov 2014.
Planning Meeting - 18th Nov 2014.

Parish Council Meeting -  2nd Dec 2014.
Planning Meeting - 16th Dec 2014.


Thames Valley Police

Dial 999 in an emergency. Dial 101 for non-emergencies.

Ascot is the nearest police station.

Registering to receive messages from Thames Valley Alert offers you the opportunity to receive localised crime and safety alerts for your neighbourhood by email, voice or text. Here is a copy of the alert email from Jan 16th, 2013.

Here are links to Neighbourhood Watch and to Ascot Neighbourhood Action Group plus links to some useful leaflets:  Neighbourhood Action Group ...  Safe Homes Advice Leaflet ...  Fighting Doorstep Crime.

ReaXion8 - Keep Fit Classes
Anne-Marie Lategan's keep fit classes are now running on Mon, Wed and Fri mornings in the Pavilion. Ring Anne-Marie for further details on
079 5804 6209.


Monika's Refreshment Kiosk
Monika's kiosk on the recreation ground is open for the season

Sunningdale Container Library
Friday 10am-1pm and 2pm-7pm
Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 11am-2pm

Click here for further information

Kitchen @ The Hope Centre
Every Monday from 10am to 2.30pm offering soup, cake, toasties and good chat.

Friends of RBWM Libraries
If you live, work or study in the Borough, why not join the Friends of RBWM Libraries to support and enhance your public library service. Click here for further information.

A Short History of Sunningdale
by former postmaster F.C. Hodder has been re-published by his granddaughter Bridget Wade. Details can be found here.
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