Our website is designed to provide all you need to know about Farnham Royal parish council. We want it to be a one-stop shop window for residents and those who want to know about the area.

Here you will find up to date news on parish issues, local history, information about local councillors, parish documents and planning applications together with links to local organisations and a forum page for your views and comments.






The external audit of the Parish Council for 2015/2016 has been completed and a statement of accounts has been published. Residents have a right to inspect these documents under s. 25 Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014. The notice to this effect and a copy of the audited Annual Return is downloadable on the agendas and minutes page of this website.

On 19th July 2016 Farnham Royal Parish Council submitted an application to South Bucks District Council seeking to declare the entire Parish of Farnham Royal as a Neighbourhood Area. South Bucks District Council will be consulting on the application from 4th August to 2nd September 2016. See news page for more information


Can you help us re-design Kingsway Green?

 Kingsway Green should be a great amenity space for all our residents and a showpiece welcoming visitors to the village.

The Parish Council would like to see the Green re-designed to better achieve these goals.

If you have any ideas or would like to be on a working group to help with the re-design of the Green then please let us know


Farnham Common and Farnham Royal


The parish of Farnham Royal includes Farnham Common – and locally they are known as The Farnhams.  It is one of the most southerly of all the parishes in South Buckinghamshire.  With a population of some 5,000 and roughly rectangular in shape, The Farnhams straddles the A355 from north of Slough to Hedgerley – approximately 4km long by 1km.  Immediately to the west lies Burnham Beeches – a national nature reserve of ancient woodland, now owned and carefully managed by the City of London but open to all.  A few miles north is Beaconsfield with its world-famous film school and Bekonscot model village.  Windsor, just south of the M4 motorway, is barely six miles away.   The parish is surrounded by open countryside and woodland, much of it Green Belt, which belies its proximity to the busy town of Slough. 



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