The Parish Council took over management of the courts in October 2017 and as part of the ongoing refurbishment and upgrading of the tennis courts at Broomhall Lane Recreation ground, we are pleased to say that this morning saw the installation of 3 new tennis nets.
Our supplier confirmed the nets he removed were put in by him in March 2013, so they had most definitely “served” their time – let’s hope these new nets last as long.
For more information on how to book a court or become a member and all the benefits associated, please click here
Residents are being encouraged to come along with their containers and shovels and pick up some free compost as part of the Royal Borough’s compost giveaway in Dedworth.
The event will run from 9.30am until 12.30pm on Saturday 30 June at Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground, Dedworth Road, Windsor.
Five tonnes of free compost, made from residents’ own recycled green garden waste, will be given away and is an ideal soil improver for gardens in preparation for the summer.
In addition to the compost, residents will also be able to recycle unwanted small electrical items, pick up free food waste bags, order a new bin and pick up information on recycling.
Residents are asked to come along with their own bags, containers and shovels as the compost will be loose.
We are delighted to offer Mini & Junior tennis players the opportunity to enjoy summer holiday camps at Broomhall Tennis Club.
Children will learn new skills and can enjoy a week of entertainment and games.
Dates: Commencing on 23rd July until Friday 27th July 2018
Time: Mini Players (4- 7yrs) 9am-10.30am
Junior Players (7-11yrs) 10am – 1pm (half day) & 10am-3pm (full day)
Cost: Coaching starts from £12.00 for Mini Players and £20 for Junior Players
Daily rate is reduced when players attend the full week.
To book or for more information, please click here or phone Charlie on 07766045213.
If you missed the opportunity to visit Sharon and her health bus at the Recreation Ground this Tuesday 12th June, then she will be back visiting on the 10th July from 9:30am to 4pm.
The kettle is always on and the seats are comfy – Sharon has a wealth of information which can help you as a carer, or members of your family or friends who are looking for more support on health issues.
The parish council has been informed of the following works to be carried out in Sunningdale.
London Road (Sunningdale) – footway works – Monday 4 June 2018 – 2 way lights 9.30am to 3.30pm
To view details of current and planned works on roads in the borough, including work being carried out by public utility companies, go to Roadworks.org.
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: Each night between 23:30 hours and 05:30 hours from Monday 4th June 2018 until Wednesday 6th June 2018
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 18 Tonnes there will be an alternative diversion in place via the M25 & M3.
Reasons: To facilitate level crossing maintenance works.
Please be aware that the Parish Council is dealing with an increase in anti-social behaviour at Broomhall Recreation Ground by way of littering – glass, gas canisters, left over pizza and boxes – and also active damage to play equipment – steel re-enforced ropes on play equipment cut through.
Whilst the team on site are clearing the park on a daily basis, a lot of this activity takes place on an evening and therefore may well still be in place if you visit early morning.
The police and community warden team are aware and active in their visits to the park and the Parish Council is pleased to confirm new members of the team joining at the beginning of June who will assist in a plan to reduce this activity.
In the meantime, please do report this to the team in the office – firstname.lastname@example.org – and we appreciate your understanding and patience whilst we deal with this troubling behaviour