Village Day will take place this year on Sunday June 9th in the recreation ground. Come at midday and enjoy a barbecue lunch and a drink from the bar and lots of activities. Click below to find out more...Read more
NEWS AND INFORMATION FROM THE PARISH COUNCIL
Binfield Heath's new Parish Council met on May 13. Hugh Lacey, Keith Maher, Elisabeth Ransom, Paul Rollason and Susan Summerland plus new member Sarah Fulton Urry, who replaces George Englefield, met with David Bartholomew, who is now our OCC and SODC representative.
Paul Rollason was elected chair and Elisabeth Ransom vice chair. Leigh Rawlins, a parish councillor in Sonning Common, shares the SODC role with David Bartholomew.
The popular village get-together on the playground is back after a year off. It will take place from noon to 6pm and will feature the return of the wheelbarrow theme. Sign up in the shop, £10 per barrow with two competitors who will each receive a Loddon beer at the start and finish, and come along to the event to compete with others. The race is sponsored by the Bottle & Glass.
And while all this is going on, there's a BBQ, teas and cakes, plant stall, children's races and live music.
Put it in the diary!
Reporting issues round the parish
Fly-tipped rubbish continues to be a problem locally and has to be collected by District Council contractors at considerable extra cost to the taxpayer. If you see fly-tipping - or the results of it - please report it online to firstname.lastname@example.org Similarly, potholes have been a big problem this year. If you are aware of one locally please contact fixmystreet.com and tell them the area, address if possible and postcode. It's the fastest way to get results.
Marina Hart would like to hear from anyone with news or information of interest to local residents, on email@example.com. Most of the newsletters are emailed to save printing and delivery, so do let her have your contact details if you would like to receive one. Privacy information is available from her and on this website. Marina's first newsletter has been produced and uploaded to this site. We hope you enjoy reading it and find it useful - and please do contribute to the next one if you have any news to share.
Do make sure your home and outbuildings are securely locked and tell your neighbours if you are going away. Report anything suspicious to Thames Valley Police on 101 or in an emergency call 999.
Keep up to date
From this page you can see diary events in the village at a glance, with a link to more information if you need it. Check which bin is going out this week and look up the bus timetable or report potholes in our roads. You can comment on planning applications direct with SODC at the click of a button, without knowing the application number. Receiving occasional news mail-outs from the Parish Council on matters that affect you is the fastest and most efficient way to find out what's going on in your parish. If you change your email address just sign up again with the new one - you don't have to delete the old one. If you no longer wish to hear news from us in this form please let us know and we will delete your email details. Visit the village Facebook page to connect with friends and neighbours and join in the chat. If you would like to contact the Parish Council direct send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the parish clerk, Mandy Sermon at email@example.com
Regulations concerning data protection have changed. The Parish Council has prepared documents which reflect and clarify these alterations and how they affect you. Please look at the information, on the Parish Council page, which explains how the council uses and stores any information concerning you. (See also Parish Council minutes May, June and July 2018.)
As SODC can no longer put up notices on site for every planning application we have decided to publish them on this website instead. You can use the link to look up the application on-line and make your own comments direct to SODCLook at applications