Welcome to the website of Hurley Parish Council. We hope that you will find it easy to use and the information useful whether you are a resident or a visitor.
The Parish Council is the elected civil parish council which covers Hurley, Warren Row and parts of Burchetts Green, Cockpole Green, Knowl Hill and Littlewick Green.
There are ten Councillors, four representing the North Ward of the parish covering Hurley and Burchetts Green and six representing the South Ward covering the remainder of the parish.
Meetings are held on the third Thursday each month at locations across the two wards to ensure that all residents have easy access to the council.
A ward Councillor from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead usually attends the meetings and members of the public are always welcome.
Towards the beginning of each meeting we hold an Open Forum so that members of the public have the opportunity to ask questions or pass on useful information.
We welcome any comments that you may wish to make about this website. If you find any errors, or if you want to make a comment, please contact the Parish Clerk.
Councillor Mrs Cynthia Pitteway
Parish Council Chairman
The Neighbourhood Plan Referendum was successful with 80% voting YES.
Our thanks to residents for your contributions during the consultations and for responding to the surveys – without all of which we would not have been able to create a plan for our area.
If you haven’t caught up with the Neighbourhood Plan you can view it at www.hurleyandthewalthams.org
The Parish Council is delighted with the outcome of our refurbishment to the kickabout area. Particular thanks are due to Grundon Waste Management for their generous funding contribution. Thanks are also due to RBWM for some additional funding and some very helpful practical advice, the contractors and near neighbours in Choseley Road.
At its September meeting, the Chairman, Councillor Mrs Cynthia Pitteway, extended a warm welcome to Hurley Parish Council’s newest Councillor, Giles Meyrick. Cllr Meyrick, a resident of Knowl Hill, brings with him a wealth of commercial experience, and an enthusiasm to learn even more about the local area.
As part of the external audit process, the Council is required to publish its notice of period for the exercise of public rights, Section 1 of the audit forms (Annual Governance Statement 2017/18) and Section 2 (Accounting Statements 2017/18) and these are attached here.
A new climbing frame has now been installed, to replace the old tower unit which had become rotten. It was formally opened in October 2018 by Parish Council Chairman Cynthia Pitteway, shown on the left, accompanied by other members of the Parish Council and members of the Village Association together with local children. A ‘Bring your own carved pumpkin' competition was also held. Mrs Pitteway thanked Hurley Village Association for their generous contribution towards the cost of the project, which greatly expands the facilities available in the playground for older children.
POTENTIAL TRAFFIC DELAYS ON A4 TO READING Hurley Parish Council has been notified of some gas mains works in Kiln Green which will impact users of the A4 to Reading. This document provides more information.
Representing Hurley, Warren Row and parts of Burchetts Green, Cockpole Green, Littlewick Green and Knowl Hill