Mar 172020

Dorney Parish Council and Dorney School have worked together to purchase a Community Access Defibrillator which has been installed on the side of the Village Hall near the Playground tuck shop.

The case is locked – the keycode is C123X

The defibrillator will lead you through the steps to use it, should you need to. This is a link to a training video which we would urge everyone to view. In the future we will organise a training session, when it is possible to do so. We will also ensure that the keybox number is distributed to all. Please advise any neighbours who do not have access to the internet whilst we work on this. This information has been added to the Local Issues page of the website so that it is always available.

This is the training video:

The Parish Council would like to thank the school for providing 50% of the money and the Village Hall committee for providing the electricity.

Mar 142020

The repairs to Lake End Road are scheduled to start 20th March. There will be traffic lights in situ while the repairs are underway. The repairs will be carried out on one carriageway at a time. In conjunction with Dorney School the Parish Council have purchased a community access defibrillator for Dorney Reach. It is […]

Feb 112020

Lots of questions over the past few months about reviewing speed limits. Please find attached a link to the Bucks County Council review of speed limits. Apologies, it is too long for WordPress so you will need to cut and paste! 2. Speeding near the school. The council are investigating a 20mph sign during drop […]

Dec 132019

The team at Dorney Lake have agreed to leave the gates open 25th and 26th December to allow parking inside the Lake. If there is dangerous parking which obstructs the route for emergency services the Police have asked us to call 999.

Sep 162019

As Bucks County Council continue the process of joining with South Bucks and the other District Councils to for the Unitary council they have set up a website to keep people informed. There is a section on consultations, see the link below. The first one is on how Community Boards will operate, the second on […]

Aug 192019

Residents asked for views on creating a new locally-focused council for Buckinghamshire The people of Buckinghamshire are being asked for their views on how the new Buckinghamshire Council, and its councillors, will work with local communities to  improve the lives of residents  In a consultation launched today, 12 August 2019, the Shadow Executive – who […]

Nov 042018

  The five councils in Buckinghamshire are set to be replaced by a single unitary council covering the whole county, housing and communities secretary James Brokenshire has announced. The new council should be established on 1 April 2020 with the first elections taking place on 7 May 2020. While Martin Tett (Con), leader of Buckinghamshire […]