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




Hurley Playground Grand Opening

Hurley villagers turned out in force on Wednesday 30 October for the reopening of the playground, which has undergone an extensive refurbishment and upgrade.The playground now has a ‘Space Net’ for older children, funded by Hurley Village Association, and several new pieces of equipment for younger children. Over 70 people of all ages came to the festivities, which also included a ‘Carve your own Pumpkin’ competition.

The Chairman of the Parish Council, Mrs Cynthia Pitteway, said ‘Please keep an eye on our playground! It is for everyone and we all want to ensure it’s kept in good condition so that everyone can continue to enjoy it’. She explained that initial funding had come from a grant from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s Participatory Budget scheme, then after a survey of Hurley parents to assess the demand, funding snowballed to pay for the work with significant grants from both the Parish Council and Hurley Village Association.

More pictures of the opening.

Chairman Mrs Pitteway and children on the new Space Net


Our New Community Warden

The Parish Council was very pleased to be able to welcome our new Community Warden, Robin Skinner to a recent Parish meeting.  Robin has promised to keep us up to date with local news and community information.  Please click here to read his first newsletter.

Temporary Road Closure - Hurley High Street 26/07/14  

Please be advised of a forthcoming temporary road closure of Hurley High Street.  

Date & times: Saturday 26th July 2014 between 10.00 and 19.00 hours

 Location: from its junction with Mill Lane northwards to its end of Hurley High Street.

 Reasons: To facilitate the annual Village Fete.



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