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Litter Picking in Sunningdale

Many thanks to our volunteers and residents for the wonderful things they do to keep our village clean.

Besides the established teams, we know that some of you just pick up litter when you see it – and this is very much appreciated.

The Halfpenny Lane Group of Andrea Ruddick and Louise Wooldridge keep that area tidy, while Rosemarie Nash, Fiona Barker and Candie Mulligan keep the Priory Road area litter free. Charters School have their group of students who deal with Charters Road. Our thanks to Joiy Chan-Meeson who did so much for the community in setting up these initiatives, including encouraging volunteers for our library service. For more information please visit the Sunningdale Litter Pickers Facebook page.

The Borough continues to operate its Adopt-a-street programme – contact Debra Beasley ( for more information. You can earn Nectar Points when you Adopt-a-street.

If you would like to create your own litter picking group within Sunningdale, please contact Sunningdale Parish Council and litter picking kits (litter pickers, Hi-Viz waistcoats and gloves) can be provided.

Broomhall Park Recreation Ground, Broomhall Lane, Sunningdale

Volunteering opportunities at Broomhall Park Recreation Ground. To help and assist the Parish Council to maintain a high quality park and recreation ground for local residents. For further information please telephone 01344 874 268 or email

Holy Trinity Church Grounds, Sunningdale

Twice a year in Spring and Autumn, Sunningdale Parish Council organise a volunteering day at Holy Trinity Church to clear and tidy the grounds.

Please contact the office on telephone 01344 874 268 or email if you would like to volunteer.

Ascot Volunteer Bureau (AVB) is a local charity, providing transport for the older residents of Ascot, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, and Cheapside, who have difficulty getting to their medical appointments at, for example, hospitals, surgeries, dentists and opticians. AVB takes people to appointments within the immediate area and also further afield. AVB is staffed completely by volunteers and is always looking for volunteers who wish to drive and/or action and manage requests for transport.

For more information on volunteering for AVB please ring 01344 625520 and leave a message on the answerphone or email, or visit the website

Ascot Day Centre

The Ascot District Day Centre is an independent charity-run organisation, providing a home from home environment for the elderly of Sunninghill, Ascot and Sunningdale. It has operated for more than forty years offering members an opportunity to meet friends and to socialise, in a structured and safe environment.

Due to a shortage of drivers the Ascot Day centre is currently opening just 3 days a week. Howeve are working hard on finding drivers to enable them to open more days.

Ascot Day Centre are looking for bus drivers, so they can open on Monday and Friday. Do you have some spare time and would like to join as a driver? Then please get in touch now.

Windsor Street Angels

Windsor Street Angels is a partnership initiative between Thames Valley Police and Windsor Christian Action, set up to provide assistance during Windsor’s Night Time Economy. Every weekend teams of trained volunteers take to the streets from 10pm until 4am to offer support to anyone in need.

Windsor Street Angels is a wonderful example of a local initiative that makes a real difference. It’s a project that builds community resilience, that safeguards the vulnerable and provides a trusted presence in the town throughout the watches of the night.

If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved you can check out the Street Angels website

Or you can contact the Windsor Street Angels Coordinator, PCSO David Bullock on

WAM Get Involved - the Windsor Ascot and Maidenhead Community Database.

WAM stands for Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead. The WAM Get Involved intiative was launched by RBWM in July 2014. The objective is to facilitate volunteering across the borough. The primary vehicle is the WAM website. It includes a directory of local voluntary and community groups, information on events, a resource section which includes an online learning environment for training individuals in such groups, as well as details of volunteering opportunities within the various organisations. Would-be volunteers can sign up to receive regular information on volunteering opportunities. Take a look at the website to find out more.

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