Proposal to install:
- Multi Use Games Area
- Upgrade to teen play area
- New Adult Fitness zone
- New improved paths to link the new areas and create an all season route across the Recreation Ground to link with Footpath 13 – alongside the railway line
The Parish Council own and operate Broomhall Lane Recreation Ground for the benefit of the residents and visitors to the parish.
Over the years many improvements have been made to the original Recreation Ground which was initially a sports pavilion and playground.
The last 4 years have seen numbers of visitors and active users of the Recreation Ground increasing – either as families on the playgrounds, social groups on the field playing football etc, Tennis players or recently Outdoor Fitness classes.
The following project has been identified in line with the council Business Plan promoting health and wellbeing to residents and visitors.
The full details on the project and consultation is available here.
To complete the survey please click here.
|Date & time:||22:30 hours Friday 22nd October to 06:00 hours Monday 01st November 2021|
|Location:||A30 London Road, Sunningdale|
|Alternative Route:||Via A30 London Road, B383 Chobham Road, Windsor Road, A319 Bagshot Road, A322 Bracknell Road, Grove End and A30 London Road.|
|Reasons:||To facilitate Level crossing improvement works (eastbound only)|
Earlier this year Sunningdale Parish Council formed a joint working party with Ascot and Sunninghill Parish Council to work together to improve infrastructure and encourage leisure and active travel.
The RBWM has started their Big Conversation on Active Travel looking for your ideas to help shape walking & cycling improvements.
Active Travel, reducing use of motor vehicles for shorter journeys, is an important part of RBWM’s Environment and Climate Strategy and also has personal benefits for our physical and mental health.
There is a drop-in session organised by RBWM to explain more about Active Travel and its themes:
8thSeptember, 4pm-7pm at the Community Room at Sunningdale Parish Office, Broomhall Recreation Ground.
Parish Councillors from the working group will be there as well.
For more information on how to join the conversation, https://rbwmtogether.rbwm.gov.uk/hub-page/travelforwards
For the summer holidays, the ‘Snack Shack’ is open at the Recreation Ground.
10am to 5pm daily
Coffee, Tea, Drinks, Ice Cream, Crisps, Fruit, Sweets … and we will refill your water bottles for free if you bring them.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Consultation on library services finished on the 30 April 2021 with the outcome that Sunningdale will lose the provision of a library via the container library which currently visits on a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Our library service will remain at a reduced 9 hours per week from June to September 2021, but without any other funding, it will then stop, and ASCOT will be the closest library.
Sunningdale Parish Council, your local council, is prepared to provide space and some of the funding required to continue the library provision for Sunningdale, but before we do so, we need to know whether this is what you want.
So, we ask you to answer JUST 3 QUESTIONS and then we will know your views.
1. Do you want to keep a library service in Sunningdale?
2. Would you agree to pay an extra £2.60 per household PER YEAR to assist the Parish Council to fund 9 hours of library service? (Charge based on Band D council tax band)
3. Would you agree to pay an extra £4.62 per household PER YEAR to assist the Parish Council to fund 16 hours of library service? (Charge based on Band D council tax band)
Thank you for your answers.
Please confirm you are a Sunningdale Resident. YES NO
If not please provide your postcode for reference. Postcode:
Please ensure all answers are received by the council not later than 6pm Monday 21June 2021. Either by completing this form or emailing the council on the email below with your 3 answers.
If you would like more information, please feel free to contact the council by:
Email – email@example.com
Telephone – 01344 874268
There is to be a temporary road closure at the level crossing on the A30 London Road, Sunningdale. Emergency services will be provided access at all times.
Date & times: Between 21:00 hours on Saturday 5th June until 09:00 hours on Sunday 6th June 2021
Location: Between its junctions with the B383 Broomhall Lane and Ridge Mount Road.
Diversion: For eastbound traffic is from the A30 junction with Grove End (slip road) to the A322, southbound past junction 3 of the M3, to the junction with the A319 Bagshot Road. The diversion route continues eastwards, via the A319 Vicarage Road, to Chobham following the B383 Windsor Road, then northwards via the B383 Chobham Road, to rejoin the A30 at Sunningdale. For traffic travelling westwards the diversion will by this route reversed except the link between the A322 and the A30 is an unnamed slip road. For vehicles over 7.5 Tonnes there will be an alternative diversion in place via the M25 & M3.
Reasons: To facilitate level crossing works.
Applicant: Centurion on behalf of Network Rail.
Contact: Mr Taylor Walker of Centurion Traffic on behalf of Network Rail. His telephone number is 01132 775 360.
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.
- Chobham Road (Sunningdale and Cheapside) – carriageway works – Monday 24 May 2021.
- Winkfield Road (Ascot and Sunninghill) – footway works – Tuesday 25 May 2021 – two way lights.
- London Road (Ascot and Sunninghill) – carriageway works – Tuesday 25 to Wednesday 26 May 2021 – two way lights.
- Bagshot Road (Ascot and Sunninghill) – carriageway works – Thursday 27 May 2021 – two way lights.