Due to the government advice regarding COVID-19, the Parish Office is now closed to all visitors for the foreseeable future.  The council team will still be working so if you have any questions please feel free to contact them via email: info@sunningdaleparish.org.uk or via telephone: 01344 874268 during normal working hours. See below.

Monday: 9am to 3pm
Tuesday: 9am to 3pm
Wednesday : CLOSED
Thursday: 9am to 3pm
Friday: 9am to 3pm

Latest information on COVID-19 for Residents

Council and committee meetings are suspended until the end of April 2020.

Covid-19 update 1

Update 24.3.2020 – the Parish Council has now closed the Playground at Broomhall Lane Recreation Ground along with the play equipment in the field and the tennis courts.

For more information please seeCOVID-19 update 2

RBWM / WAM Get Involved  – Our Community Response

WAM are building community resilience in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in response to the coronavirus crisis. This is a challenging time for everyone. We want to help local people to support one another and provide essential services to people who need it.

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and WAM Get Involved are working with key local partners and organisations so that we have a coordinated effort across our borough to organise volunteers and those who need help.

To register to be a volunteer or to request help, read the full details on this link

Latest News

RBWM Highways Newsletter

Ascot and the Sunnings
Wards – Ascot and Sunninghill – Sunningdale and Cheapside

Parishes – Sunninghill and Ascot – Sunningdale

Our crews and teams are working hard to keep our key services running during the COVID-19 outbreak. This means that they will mainly be carrying out essential safety work at this time.

Consultation/Other News:

  • Chobham Road (Sunningdale and Cheapside) – highway consultation on proposed Zebra crossing – ends Friday 7 August 2020.
  • Blacknest Gate Road / Mill Lane (Sunningdale and Cheapside) – highway consultation on traffic calming scheme – ends Friday 21 August 2020.
RBWM Residents’ News

Mandatory face coverings reminder

The government announced that face coverings will be mandatory in shops and supermarkets from 24 July 2020.

Under the new rules, people who do not wear a face covering could face a fine of up to £100.

Children under 11 and those with certain disabilities will be exempt.

Should an individual without an exemption refuse to wear a face covering, a shop can refuse them entry and can call the police.

Do not put face coverings or PPE in a recycling bin as they cannot be recycled through conventional recycling facilities

You can read the Health Secretary’s full statement here and details for how to make a face covering can be found here

Outbreak control plan

As part of the response to COVID-19, each council with responsibility for statutory Public Health functions has been asked to lead a local approach, based around an outbreak management plan.

In line with national guidance, our Royal Borough Outbreak Control Plan was signed-off by Duncan Sharkey, Managing Director, Tessa Lindfield, Strategic Director of Public Health for Berkshire, and Trish Mannes, Public Health England, Thames Valley Health Protection Team.

The plan sets out how local partners will work together to reduce transmission of COVID-19 and prevent and manage outbreaks. This is a borough-wide plan and has been developed with our key partners.

You can play your part in keeping safe by following government guidelines on limiting contact with people, keeping your distance from people not in your household and washing your hands regularly.

Download a summary of the plan

Sunningdale is surrounded by green belt and lies within the borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. It is approximately 15 miles from Heathrow Airport and 30 miles from Central London, and it is close to the M3, M4 and M25 motorways.

The Local Government Act 1894  introduced elected district and parish councils. Sunningdale Parish Council held its first meeting on December 31st of that year under the chairmanship of the Reverend Cree, the vicar of Holy Trinity Church at the time.

On this website you will find material on the workings of the council plus significant community-related content, including a fairly comprehensive set of local histories.