Sunninghill Victorian Street Fayre, 18 November – can you help?

On Sunday 18 November, the popular Victorian Street Fayre returns to Sunninghill High Street. From midday to 4.00pm the High Street will be lined with market stalls, selling all sorts of enticing goods, and children’s Fairground rides. Hot food & drink will be plentiful and the High Street retailers will be open, offering all their lovely wares and Christmas goodies too.

The Parish Council and a group of volunteers are involved in running the Fayre. Would you like to help on the day?  If so, please contact Liz or Jayne at the Parish Council Office on 01344 623480 or by email at

Your assistance would help make the day a success.

Imperial College Deer Survey


My name is Varalika. I am third year Biologist at Imperial College London. Over this summer I have been participating in an undergraduate research programme, supervised by Dr. Andrew Knight ( and Dr. Ruth Kansky. My project aims to explore the interactions between individuals and deer in England. I am collecting information through a survey and responses from individuals like yourself would be incredibly valuable to my project.

The survey aims to capture the various attitudes and perceptions people have towards deer – whether you think they’re problematic, whether you’re interested in them, whether you’ve been in a deer-vehicle collision and so on. Would you be able to complete the survey please? It will take about 20 – 30 minutes. I know that this is not a short period of time and understand that you might be very busy. The results are going towards formulating an understanding of the factors that influence levels of human tolerance towards deer. This information can be used to advise deer management strategies.

The survey can be completed online through the following link:

Alternatively, if you’d prefer to complete the survey over the phone then please contact me at +44 07756732370. All the information provided in this survey will be kept strictly anonymous and confidential. Your information would undoubtedly provide a wealth of useful information.

I really appreciate your time and patience. Thank you for supporting my project! Please do not hesitate to contact me or my supervisor with any questions or comments.

Kind Regards,

Varalika Jain


Tel: 07756732370

The Michael Hunter Allotment Shield

The Michael Hunter Allotment Shield was presented today to Richard Paige for the best kept Parish Council allotment by the Chairman of the Parish Council Allison Sharpe. Congratulations to Richard.

The runner-up allotment prize was also given today to Mike Moody by Allison Sharpe and Councillor Barbara Hilton, who has taken a lead in managing the allotment site. A special mention was given to John and Debby Cross for the most improved allotment, whose assistance with Cheapside CE Primary School’s plot was acknowledged. Considerable improvements have been seen this year with the school’s and other plots.