Neighbourhood Information for the Fisheries
Council and Democracy
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is a Royal Borough of Berkshire, in South East England. It is one of four boroughs entitled to be prefixed Royal and is one of six unitary authorities in its county, which has historic and ceremonial status.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead website has a wealth of local information for RBWM residents.
Head to the RBWM website to find information about all the services the council offers, from A (Adult Social Care) to W (Winter Services)!
Select your address to view information relating to your area, including the nearest schools, the council ward and councillors, waste collection day, nearest car park, current planning applications, nearest leisure centres and libraries, whether the property is in a conservation or greenbelt area and much more.
Bray Parish Council is a democratically elected local authority and is the first tier of governance for the area of Bray Parish and the first point of contact for anyone concerned with a community issue. It represents the concerns of local residents and provides services to meet local needs.
Bray Parish Council has a wide range of powers including looking after community buildings, planning, street lighting, allotments, parks and play areas and other services within Bray, and has a right to be notified about planning applications in the area.
Member of Parliament
The Fisheries comes under Oldfield Ward and our two Ward Councillors are:
Click here for the Thames Valley Police website, where you can report* a crime or road traffic accident, find your local police station, get home security advice amongst other information.
*For crimes in progress or in emergency situations, always call 999 immediately.
Local Clubs and Amenities
Maidenhead & Bray Sports Club, High Street, Bray Tel: 01628 622669
The Sports Club incorporates both Maidenhead & Bray Cricket Club and Maidenhead Hockey Club.
Maidenhead and Bray Sports Club is situated in the beautiful village of Bray, Berkshire, on the banks of the Thames, overlooked by the Church of St Michael. The main ground is widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque in the country.