Effingham Parish Council

Latest News & Events

ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN – LOCKDOWN AND VACCINATION NEWS
ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN – LOCKDOWN AND VACCINATION NEWS

‘Stay at Home’ message, vaccination transport and other local news  The latest Bulletin from the Roundabout Effingham* team provides information about transport to vaccination...

TRANSPORT FOR VACCINATION
TRANSPORT FOR VACCINATION

Transport to vaccination appointments which are commencing for village residents. The Horsleys community minibus will be available to enable any elderly or vulnerable residents of the Horsleys and...

ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN – OPEN ALL HOURS
ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN – OPEN ALL HOURS

Open All Hours – Shop Local – Support our traders  Our local traders need our business and we need their services in the run up to and even over the

HELP EVRT SECURE THE KGV FIELDS
HELP EVRT SECURE THE KGV FIELDS

Following the incursion of caravans onto the KGV Fields earlier this year, the EVRT Trustees are putting in place a security barrier to prevent further unauthorised incursions onto the fields.

ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN FOR TIER 2
ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN FOR TIER 2

As we enter Tier 2 of the coronavirus restrictions, the Roundabout Effingham* team have put together the latest Bulletin about the Tier 2 rules, Christmas events, business updates and other

ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN 17 NOVEMBER
ROUNDABOUT BULLETIN 17 NOVEMBER

Local businesses are keeping the Roundabout Effingham* team informed of the effect of lockdown on their operations. Read their updates in the latest Bulletin along with local news and items

About Us

Effingham Parish Council

Effingham Parish Council is the grass-roots tier of local government for the civil parish of Effingham in Surrey. Our role is to represent the interests of our community, deliver services that meet local needs, protect the environment and promote the social and economic welfare of residents.

The Parish Council meets once a month in the King George V Hall on Browns Lane in Effingham, to consider local matters, planning applications, and any concerns referred to us by residents, Guildford Borough Council, Surrey County Council or central government. You can contact the Parish Council via the Clerk at the address below.

Upcoming Events

Parish Meetings & Events

Jan 26
Parish Council Meeting
8:00 pm - 10:00 pmDetails
Feb 23
Parish Council Meeting
8:00 pm - 10:00 pmDetails
Mar 30
Parish Council Meeting
8:00 pm - 10:00 pmDetails