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WELCOME


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


Become a Local Councillor

Make a difference:
Stand for co-option as a Hurley Parish Councillor


If you would like to participate in local democracy and have a say on local matters and decide how local money is spent to improve services, why not consider co-option onto the Parish Council.  

For an informal chat, please do not hesitate to contact the Chairman on 01628 822459, or the Clerk on 07799 302998.


National Footpath Survey

Residents who enjoy using footpaths and rights of way may be interested in the results of a national survey conducted by the Ramblers' Association, available here>>.


Money saving scheme for energy bills

Residents who could be spending too much on their energy bills stand to save money thanks to an initiative from the Royal Borough.

The Energy Switch to Save scheme will help households to find the best provider by using collective buying power, read more>>.

Those who are interested need only register their details and the council’s scheme partner will do the rest of the work, letting them know by the end of October how much money they could save. Previous versions of the scheme elsewhere have seen those taking part save an average of £257 per household.

Cllr David Coppinger, cabinet member for sustainability, said: “It can often be a confusing and stressful exercise trying to find the best deal when it comes to our energy bills.

“By signing up to the Royal Borough’s Energy Switch to Save scheme we can remove that hassle and use residents’ collective buying power to get them a better deal.

“I would encourage anyone who thinks they might be spending too much on their bills to sign up straight away.”

The scheme works by creating a reverse auction for energy companies to bid for customers by offering their lowest price. Once the auction ends residents will be told what their best deal could be and are then given the option to choose or refuse.

Signing up is free and there is no obligation to switch.

Those who are interested in the scheme need to sign up by Thursday 10 October and will receive their personal offers from Monday 24 October.

The council cannot guarantee that offers will be the cheapest on the market but our model aims to ensure the majority of participants are offered lower annual energy bills than they are on currently or are available at the time.

For more information see: https://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/energyswitchtosave

                                                                                                                          23.9.16                        55/16  Money saving scheme for energy bills Residents who could be spending too much on their energy bills stand to save money thanks to an initiative from the Royal Borough.

The Energy Switch to Save scheme will help households to find the best provider by using collective buying power.

Those who are interested need only register their details and the council’s scheme partner will do the rest of the work, letting them know by the end of October how much money they could save. Previous versions of the scheme elsewhere have seen those taking part save an average of £257 per household.

Cllr David Coppinger, cabinet member for sustainability, said: “It can often be a confusing and stressful exercise trying to find the best deal when it comes to our energy bills.

“By signing up to the Royal Borough’s Energy Switch to Save scheme we can remove that hassle and use residents’ collective buying power to get them a better deal.

“I would encourage anyone who thinks they might be spending too much on their bills to sign up straight away.”

The scheme works by creating a reverse auction for energy companies to bid for customers by offering their lowest price. Once the auction ends residents will be told what their best deal could be and are then given the option to choose or refuse.

Signing up is free and there is no obligation to switch.

Those who are interested in the scheme need to sign up by Thursday 10 October and will receive their personal offers from Monday 24 October.

The council cannot guarantee that offers will be the cheapest on the market but our model aims to ensure the majority of participants are offered lower annual energy bills than they are on currently or are available at the time.

For more information see: https://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/energyswitchtosave



Representing  Hurley, Warren Row and parts of Burchetts Green, Cockpole Green, Littlewick Green and Knowl Hill


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