Welcome to Old Windsor Parish Council
Who we are
Parish Councils are the most local level of government. There are over 9,000 Parish Councils across England. The only difference between a Parish Council and a Town Council is that the latter has a Town Hall, has decided to call itself a Town Council and has a mayor.
Old Windsor Parish Council
- Represents your local community
- Delivers services to meet local needs
- Strives to improve the quality of life within the parish
Old Windsor Parish Council Amenities:
Recreation ground, tennis courts and football pitches
|Cemeteries ||Dog waste facilities|
|Litter bins ||Public toilets|
|Car parks ||A Parish Council office to meet local needs|
|Open spaces ||An office for the local Police|
|Advisor for Older Residents |
Latest Parish News
Council Tax Rebate
As you maybe aware, Government require local authorities to pay residents who were liable for Council Tax in a Band A-D property on 01.04.22, a grant of £150 in order to assist with rising energy costs.
To date, RBWM have awarded £3.2m in such awards. However, they have identified approximately 8,000 residents who have yet to make an application for their £150. They have until the end of September to finalise these payments and will write to those eligible who have not applied as that deadline approaches. However, they would like to encourage as many residents as possible to apply before the need to do that. Unfortunately, uptake is slowing down. As an example, last week they sent approximately 4,500 e-mails to residents but this only resulted in 800 applications.
Further details, including a link to the online application form, maybe found here: https://www.rbwm.gov.uk/home/council-tax-and-benefits/council-tax/council-tax-energy-rebate
Roadworks and Useful Links in RBWM
For a list of the roadworks taking place in RBWM this week please go to:
To report a missed refuse bin this week please go to:
To report anything else then go to: