News & Announcements
Closure of King George V Playground
Unfortunately the children's playground will have to remain closed. The Parish Council has carefully considered the situation and presents its findings here: Closure of King George V Playground
Road Safety Report - June 2020
Councillor Trefor Fisher has published the latest report from the Highways Working Group. It can be read here: Road Safety Report
Sonning Support, is the new name for what was the Sonning Covid-19 Community Support Group, originally set up by the Sonning Parish Council in March 2020. They are an independant, informal group of local volunteers who joined together to provide help and support to those people who need it during these unprecedented times. If you need help in collecting a prescription from the chemist, buying food from the shops, walking a dog or other errands then do get in touch - click on the link above to contact them.
Volunteers do not expect payment for their time - the beneficiary is only expected to pay the cost of their shopping, prescriptions or other such expenses that they would cover normally.
If you have any concerns or queries please contact Trefor Fisher via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or 07789 880072.
Covid-19 Useful Links
From WBC & the NHS.... Covid-19 - Advice for Residents
from the Government.... Covid-19 - Overall Situation
SPC Clean Up Day and
Citizen Advice Task Force
A Neighbourhood Plan for Sonning
Sonning Parish Council together with the Sonning & Sonning Eye Society would like to thank everyone who came to this important meeting in February. Pearson Hall was packed and we apologise to those of you who had to stand.
Information about the Neighbourhood Development Plan and the presentation that was given is available on Sonning.info. You can sign up to be kept informed about how the Plan is progressing and, hopefully, join the team.
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