Covid 19 and the Parish Council


April 2020

Due to the Covid 19 outbreak we were forbidden from holding any parish council meetings. The meeting that was due to happen this month, April, has been cancelled as we were awaiting further guidance from the government on what we could do.

On Saturday 4th April 2020 new laws were put in place changing how we hold our meetings during the lockdown. From May we are intending to have "remote meetings" ie video conferencing. More details will become available as soon as they are set in place.

The new guidelines state that the Annual Meetings cannot take place this year which means members that hold a position within the council keep that position now until May 2021 unless we wish to hold an Annual Meeting sooner after the lockdown has gone.

RBWM Covid 19 Advice


March 2020

COVID19 resident and business update page

Please use the link below for the latest advice on Covid 19 from RBWM:

Community Planning for Corona Virus Isolation


March 2020



November 2019

The Old Windsor Neighbourhood Plan went to referendum on 10th October 2019. The plan was passed and the official result is here.

Old Windsor Neighbourhood Plan

Old Windsor Screening Report

Ham Island STW. Parish response letter

Technical Drainage Advice & Guidance Report V2.0.

What is a Neighbourhood Plan?

A Neighbourhood Plan is a way of helping local communities to influence the future planning of the area in which they live and work. The Plan must be an evidence-based assessment of the social, economic and environmental needs of a community. In the case of Old Windsor, the Plan will give the local community an opportunity to have a greater say in the planning and development of the village over the next ten to fifteen years and once adopted the Plan will have legal weight and will be used when making planning decisions in the Parish.

A Neighbourhood Plan allows us all to have a say in where new homes, shops and offices and other developments should be built.

To identify and protect or develop local green spaces.

To influence what new buildings should look like.

What we have done so far

· Focus groups with village organisations· Village wide questionnaire· Borough Plan/Neighbourhood Plan Information Day· Newsletter/website updates· Information stall at 2014 Carnival· Village History and Development Exhibition· Exhibition at the 2015 & 2016 Carnival

As a result of what you have told us please follow the links below

Draft Vision of Old Windsor in 2030

Our Objectives

Neighbourhood Plan Timetable

Census Analysis of Old Windsor

Archaeology Report/Heritage Survey of OldWindsor

Biodiversity Reports of OldWindsor 1.

Biodiversity Resource Report 2

Whole Parish Ecological Networks Map1

Berkshire Parish Phase 1 Habitat Survey Map2

Neighbourhood Plan Area

Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire

We welcome your comments as this is your Neighbourhood Plan

Old Windsor PCC News


June 2019


St Luke's Church

St Luke's is being advertised as a Hall for Hire. It will be available for Hire any day except Sundays but is not available for children's parties. Cost is 'negotiable to meet your budget and our needs'. Contact Antony on 01753 855344 or

This piece appeared in the Parish Magazine of May 1866. It was to mark the occasion of the marriage of Miss Wrench of the Priory,Elizabeth May,to Mr. Arthur Burslem Hay which took place on 3rd April 1866.


Roadworks in RBWM


November 2018

For a list of the roadworks taking place in RBWM this week please go to:



April 2018


Old Windsor Parish Council have set out their response to the Boundary Review. Our proposed new boundary is below:

Boundary map_0001.jpg

You can read our response in full and see a larger scale of the map here OWPC Boundary Review Response

If you wish to comment on the Boundary Review then you can do so here the consultation closes on the 7th May 2018.

Old Windsor Carnival


April 2017