Sonning Bridge, photographed by Gary Robinson (click photo to enlarge)
Welcome to the web site of Sonning Parish Council, the modern means of communication between the Council and the residents of Sonning. For those without access to the Internet, the Council also distributes a more traditional Newsletter to households in the Parish twice yearly.
The civil parish of Sonning lies within the Borough of Wokingham. Responsibilities are split between the two councils, with the Parish Council looking after local interests. The chairman of the Parish Council is Pat Doyle. Mike Haines is the Borough Councillor for Sonning and Warren.
Use the menu on the left to learn how the Parish Council serves the community. A separate section is devoted to information about the village, including an interactive Google™ map, links to external sources of information about Sonning and the surrounding area and community events that the Council arrange or support.
**Date for your Diaries: Sonning Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Thursday 15th May in Pearson Hall.
Light refreshments will be served from 7.00pm with the meeting starting at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome.**
Click here for a copy of the agenda.
Sonning Bridge Pathway Safety Lighting
Following a formal invitation from Sonning Parish Council, the Rt. Hon’ Theresa May MP Home Secretary came to Sonning on November 23rd at 1.30pm to undertake the official ‘switch-on’ of the Parish Council’s Sonning Bridge Pathway Safety Lighting.
Financial donors to the project were also formally invited, together with the Mayoress of Wokingham Borough, Borough Councillors, Parish Council contractors G.D.Contracting Ltd’s Graham Dawson, Scottish and Southern Energy Contracting manager Pete Stevens, representatives of The Scarecrow Committee, Sonning and Sonning Eye Society and numerous Parishioners.
After a brief welcome and address by Parish Council Chairman Cllr Doyle to the company who had assembled on the set-back pathway alongside the ‘Great House’ hotel, Theresa responded with her own endorsement to the Parish Council’s health and safety initiative. Theresa then crossed the roadway and activated the lighting system to enthusiastic applause.
Invited guests, including Theresa, adjourned to ‘The Great House’ for a brief drinks reception.
With cold but bright sunny conditions, a splendid turnout to welcome our important visitor and the fullest support of our local authority, your Parish Council derives enormous satisfaction from its ongoing programme of Health and Safety works in our Parish.
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