Parish Council MeetingTo be held remotely on Zoom Wednesday 7:30 pm View Details
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
We have now got a new website to comply with government legislation on accessibility. Please bear with us whilst we work out how it all works and to get the information you need on there.
Covid 19 and the Parish Council
Due to the Covid 19 outbreak we were forbidden from holding any parish council meetings. The meeting that was due to happen this month, April, has been cancelled as we were awaiting further guidance from the government on what we could do.
On Saturday 4th April 2020 new laws were put in place changing how we hold our meetings during the lockdown. From May we are intending to have "remote meetings" ie video conferencing. More details will become available as soon as they are set in place.
The new guidelines state that the Annual Meetings cannot take place this year which means members that hold a position within the council keep that position now until May 2021 unless we wish to hold an Annual Meeting sooner after the lockdown has gone.