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
Notice of conclusion of the audit for the year ended 31 March 2017

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BOROUGH LOCAL PLAN – REGULATION 19 EXTENDED DEADLINE

A press release on behalf of Councillor Simon Dudley, Leader of RBWM, has confirmed the extended deadline for making representations on the Borough Local plan Regulation 19 will be 5pm on Wednesday 27 September 2017. To read the full press release click https://goo.gl/9r9aef To make representations, please use the dedicated portal for Regulation 19 https://goo.gl/S6Qnq5

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Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre Grant 2016 – Sunningdale Bowls Club

The Parish Council is pleased that the funds raised at the Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre, held in 2016, have been put to good use at the Sunningdale Bowls Club.  

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A New Leisure Centre for Ascot
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Allotment Shield Presentation, 21 July

Councillor David Hilton presented Mike Moody (right) with the ‘Michael Hunter Best Kept Allotment Shield’ this morning at the Parish Council’s allotment site in Cheapside. Richard Paige and Keith Usher received runner up certificates. Their winning plots were full of produce and weed free.

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RBWM Press Statement – Sunningdale Leisure Centre

Please click on the link below to read the Borough’s Press Statement on the initial plans for a new Borough Leisure Centre to be built near Charters School which would be open for the whole community to access. https://t.co/fkQLmWijO9  

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