Knowl Hill Village Association

2017

Bringing the community together
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Knowl Hill C of E Primary School has been serving the community since 1846.  The school was initially established to educate local children but now welcomes pupils and their families from further afield as well.

We are a very small school with 66 pupils currently on roll and class sizes of no more than 20. 

As a Church of England school, we emphasise Christian values and expect everyone in our school to treat one another with kindness and respect.  We admit pupils from all backgrounds.

Education doesn't just take place in the classroom and we encourage outdoor learning in our spacious grounds.  Our large field and newly refurbished playground are ideal for PE lessons and sports as well as providing a venue for children to play on at break and lunch times.

There is a strong sense of commitment within the school community and we are grateful for the outstanding support we receive from parents, governors and the people of Knowl Hill.  Visitors are always impressed by the welcoming, happy and friendly atmosphere of the school. 

Contact Details: For further information, please see our website: www.knowlhillschool.co.uk

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Knowl Hill C of E Primary School

Knowl Hill Village Hall is an attractive, medium sized hall with ample parking on the A4 between Maidenhead and Reading comprising a main hall, committee room and recently refurbished kitchen.  

It hosts many activities including Guides, Women's Institute, Bowls Club, Badminton Club, dog clubs including puppy training and ring craft, a sewing club and organ club.

For more information about the activities and availability for hire please telephone or email the Booking Secretary, the contact details are provided below.

Contact Details: Sandra Baker, t: 01628 822 402, email: sbakerdalc@hotmail.co.uk

Knowl Hill Village Hall

Knowl Hill is in a noise abatement zone.  If you find the noise level from the small planes that fly over the village unacceptable, you can make a complaint to the airfield.  Complaints are recorded and reported on twice a year at WLAC Consultative Committee meetings. The Consultative Committee is a voluntary group, comprising representatives from the airfield and representatives from the surrounding villages, as well as Cllr. Maureen Hunt. Knowl Hill is represented on this Committee by Ted Sulley, if you wish to contact him please click on the email link below.

Contact Ted Sulley at the Knowl Hill Village Association: knowl.hill@gmail.com

The phone number to call to register a complaint is 01628 823272 

If you call to make a compliant ask for a complaint number and try and give them as much information about the incident as you can e.g. colour of plane, style of plane (single wing or bi-plane), registration number (if you can see it on the underside).

West London Aero Club

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.

Web site: www.hurleyparish.org.uk

Hurley Parish Council

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.

Web site: www.rbwm.gov.uk

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

Our community has an exciting opportunity to shape our own future and guide the development that will take place in our area over the next ten years.

The Parishes of Hurley and the Walthams have got together to establish a Steering Group, with the aim of working with the community to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for our Parishes.

We welcome you to this web site, which is your one-stop-shop for all you need to know about your Neighbourhood Plan, how it is progressing and how you can take part.

Our Neighbourhood Plan will form a significant part of the basis for deciding upon planning applications in the next 10 or more years in our area.  For more details see the

Web site: www.hurleyandthewalthams.org

Hurley and the Walthams Neighbourhood Plan