Welcome to Sunninghill & Ascot Parish Council Website

Sunninghill Parish Council was established in 1894. In 2004, the name of Ascot was included to reflect and identify the area it covers and represents.

The Parish encompasses the villages of Cheapside, South Ascot, Sunninghill and the larger community of Ascot and North Ascot.

The area is surrounded by greenbelt land and is in close proximity to Windsor Great Park. Commuters are within easy reach of the M3, M4 and a rail service from Ascot Station to London and Reading. The Parish is approximately 20 miles from Heathrow Airport and 30 miles from central London. It is situated within the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

 
News Update
Sunninghill High Street Widening Consultation

Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead News Release Plans launched to widen Sunninghill High Street Residents and visitors could benefit from easier access to Sunninghill High Street as plans to widen the road go out for public consultation. The council is proposing to expand a section of the road by 1.2m to allow two lanes

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Notice of Election of a Parish Councillor – Sunninghill & South Ascot Parish Ward

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Public Meeting On Parking In Sunninghill – Cordes Hall, 16 November

Find out from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead about proposals for a parking review for Sunninghill. The meeting will give residents and businesses the opportunity to comment and amend the proposals. The meeting is on WEDNESDAY 16 NOVEMBER, from 8.00pm – 10.00pm at: Cordes Hall Kings Road Sunninghill SL5 9NE Please click here for the

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Vacancy Notice for a Parish Councillor

Casual Vacancy Notice November 2016

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Litter Pick at South Ascot

Thanks to Steve Saunders, our Community Warden, and the residents of South Ascot for the litter pick this morning. We picked up seven bags of rubbish in and around South Ascot Recreation Ground and were joined by three new residents.

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Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre, Sunday 20 November, 12 noon – 4.00pm
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